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- "Daniel Charles is writer and radio producer. He is currently NPR's Food and Agriculture correspondent, based in Washington, DC.
- "He wrote Master Mind: The rise and fall of Fritz Haber, the Nobel laureate who launched the era of chemical warfare, published by Ecco/HarperCollins in August, 2005. He also wrote Lords of the Harvest: Biotech, Big Money, and the Future of Food (Perseus, 2001), a widely praised account of how genetically engineered crops came to be, and how they became controversial. From 1993 to 1999, Charles was a technology correspondent for NPR.
- "Before joining NPR, Charles was a U.S. correspondent for New Scientist, a major British science magazine. His freelance work has been published by Science, The Christian Science Monitor, the Washington Post, Technology Review, and other publications.
- "He studied economics and international affairs at American University in Washington, DC, graduating in 1982. In 1982-83, he studied in Bonn, Germany, under a scholarship from the German Academic Exchange Service. He was a guest researcher at the Institute for Peace Research and Security Policy at the University of Hamburg in 1986. In 1989-90, he was a Knight Science Journalism fellow at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He is fluent in German.
- "Charles lives in Washington, DC, with his wife, Brigid McCarthy, and their two daughters."
- Dan Charles, "Farmers Face Tough Choice On Ways To Fight New Strains Of Weeds," NPR, March 7, 2012.
- Daniel Charles, The Tomato that Ate Calgene.
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- Biographical Information, DanielCharles.us, Accessed March 7, 2012.
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