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Plants & terrorism fight

Thought this was interesting, figured I'd share with those who might not have 
heard it.......
Colo. St. Univ. researchers are attempting to genetically engineer plants 
that would change color in response to biological, chemical or viral 
agents. If successful, the plants would provide the public an almost 
immediate warning that deadly agents have been released, said June Medford, 
CSU biology professor. The project is funded by Defense Advanced Research 
Projects Agency; phase one is scheduled to take 18 months to complete. 

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