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Tim Sandle

Editor-at-Large based in London, United Kingdom, United Kingdom. Joined on Oct 1, 2011
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Tim Sandle is Digital Journal's Editor-at-Large for science news.
He is a microbiologist, specializing in healthcare and general science. He is additionally a writer and journalist. He is interested in science, history, politics and current affairs.

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Tim Sandle posted When is it right to dissect dead bodies?
Tim Sandle posted Fund launched to fight global resistant infections
Tim Sandle posted Ebola situation in Guinea remains serious
Tim Sandle posted Review: James Bond 'Spectre' film trailer released
Tim Sandle posted The gap between medical marijuana and street pot
Tim Sandle posted Op-Ed: Costs of doing science climbs in Argentina
Tim Sandle said:
Major issue, very serious.
In News: Largest outbreak of foodborne illness in Philly sickens 100
Tim Sandle said:
... FDA has reached a decision: it has approved the apples and potatoes.
In News: Op-Ed: Activists say GMO non-browning apples are a rotten deal
Tim Sandle posted FDA decides GM apples and potatoes are safe
Tim Sandle said:
This tech is very advanced.
In News: Chinese company prints 3D car for less than $2,000