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Work in the UK involving CRISPR and human embryos illustrates the value of the gene editing technique in basic research at a time when attention has been focused on its potential for germline editing and creating designer babies.
When Gates Foundation reviewers rejected a researcher’s bid for new funding, one of the reasons cited was a concern over public acceptance of a GMO solution for the troublesome corn toxin.
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Despite every other major health agency, including three others at the World Health Organization, finding glyphosate does not cause cancer, IARC continues to stand behind its controversial claim.
Primatologist has stirred controversy because of her vocal opposition to crop biotechnology, and more recently, CRISPR gene editing, and her promotion of what many scientists say is quack science.