Christopher Joyce CHRISTOPHER JOYCE. He has just written a book, "Earthly Goods" (Little, Brown and Company)" about searching for medicinal plants in rainforests. CHRISTOPHER JOYCE will talk about the history of seeking drugs in the rainforests, and the recent attempt of pharmaceutical companies, medical researchers, and anthropoligists, to preserve the rainforests and comb them for AIDS, alzheimers and diabetes cures. JOYCE is also the founder and editor of the U.S. bureau of "New Scientist" magazine, and is currently a reporter and editor for National Public Radio
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CHRISTOPHER JOYCE. He has just written a book, "Earthly Goods" (Little, Brown and Company)" about searching for medicinal plants in rainforests. CHRISTOPHER JOYCE will talk about the history of seeking drugs in the rainforests, and the recent attempt of pharmaceutical companies, medical researchers, and anthropoligists, to preserve the rainforests and comb them for AIDS, alzheimers and diabetes cures. JOYCE is also the founder and editor of the U.S. bureau of "New Scientist" magazine, and is currently a reporter and editor for National Public Radio