Genetic Literacy Project’s Top 6 Stories for the Week, March 26, 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. Environmental Working Group’s ‘dirty’ marketing serves ‘big organic’ donors, not consumers | Steve Savage
  2. 2 young leukemia patients cured with T-cell immunotherapy using genetically engineered donor cells | Meredith Knight
  3. Cognitive dissonance: Why some people ignore science and reject GMO safety | Andrew Porterfield
  4. Farms are not like Eden: The case for aggressive human intervention in agriculture | Andrew McGuire
  5. Beta Israel reconsidered: Defending the Israelite ancestry of Ethiopian Jews | Ibrahim Omer
  6. Does most public research funding come from industry? | Alison Van Eenennaam

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