Candy Companies Compete Over Cacao Genome | GenomeWeb

Writing in the New York Times' business section, Andrew Pollack describes the "rivalry" between two research teams — each supported by funding from competing major candy companies — that both claim to have completed the sequence of the cacao tree genome.

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