The 2010 Eurobarometer on the life sciences

@article{Gaskell2011The2E,
  title={The 2010 Eurobarometer on the life sciences},
  author={George Gaskell and Agnes Allansdottir and Nick Allum and Paula Castro and Yilmaz Esmer and Claude Fischler and Jonathan Jackson and Nicole Kronberger and J{\"u}rgen Hampel and Niels Mejlgaard and Alex Quintanilha and Andu Rammer and Gemma Revuelta and Sally Stares and Helge Torgersen and Wolfgang Wager},
  journal={Nature Biotechnology},
  year={2011},
  volume={29},
  pages={113-114}
}
Since 1991, the triennial Eurobarometer survey has assessed public attitudes about biotech and the life sciences in Europe. The latest 2010 Eurobarometer survey on the Life Sciences and Biotechnology (http://ec.europa.eu/research/science-society/document_library/pdf_06/europeans-biotechnology-in-2010_en.pdf), based on representative samples from 32 European countries, hints at a new era in the relations between science and society. We see less criticism of technology based on distrust in… 

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