Genetic Literacy Project’s Top 6 Stories for the Week, March 6, 2017

From this past week, here are the #GLPTop6 among many great stories on human and agriculture genetics around the world. Please share and help spread the news!

  1. Bias at The New York Times? ‘The Truth is Hard’ when reporting on bees and neonicotinoid pesticides by Jon Entine
  2. When Celebrity And Science Collide: Hollywood And The Anti-Biotechnology Food Movement by Julie Kelly
  3. DNA forensics is not an infallible tool — but not because of science by Andrew Porterfield
  4. Perplexing Case Of Consumer Confusion About GE Foods In a ‘Fake News’ World by Brandon McFaddon
  5. Mike Adams: Natural News, “everyone’s favorite über-quack #1 anti-science website” by Biotech Gallery
  6. Can you be both fat and fit? Your genes may have a say in the matter by Meredith Knight
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