Changing attitudes to biotechnology in Japan

  title={Changing attitudes to biotechnology in Japan},
  author={Darryl Macer and Mary Ann Chen Ng},
  journal={Nature Biotechnology},
Surveys so far Several nationwide random surveys of the Japanese public1–3 have been conducted over the past decade to gain a better understanding of public attitudes to biotechnology. These surveys were carried out in 1991, 1993, and 1997, and on samples of 551, 352, and 297 people, respectively. In each case, all participants were randomly selected across the nation and responses were gathered by mail (except in the 1997 survey, which used random-digit telephone dialing). From November 1999… CONTINUE READING


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