Cuba building world class biotech industry

12/19/2005 | Chicago Tribune (tiered subscription model)

Cuba has invested more than $1 billion to make the country a leader in biotechnology, building on 52 government research facilities dedicated to the field. Scientists in the country have produced drugs and vaccines for use in other countries and are investigating disease-resistant biotech rice, corn and other crops, as well as ways to improve agricultural production.

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