Top 6 stories on the GLP, February 9, 2015

This past week, here are the #TOP6 among many great stories on human and agriculture genetics around the world. Please share and help spread the news!

  1. How your food would look if not genetically modified over millennia, by Genetic Literacy Project
  2. Why Native Americans are concerned about potential exploitation of their DNA, by Arvind Suresh
  3. Pasta? Ruby grapefruits? Why organic devotees love foods mutated by radiation and chemicals, by Amanda Kastrinos
  4. How activists, sloppy reporters turned genetic firewall story into hysteria-gram on GMO dangers, by Jon Entine & Rebecca Randall
  5. Drugs from where?! Female genitals may be source of uniquely effective antibiotic, by Meredith Knight
  6. Call for action: It’s time to March Against the March Against Monsanto, by Karl Haro von Mogel & Kavin Senapathy
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