Genetic Literacy Project’s Top 6 Stories for the Week – June 19, 2017


  1. WHO’s IARC under fire for ignoring exculpatory data on glyphosate: Should it be reformed or abolished?Alan Boobis & Angelo Moretto & Samuel Cohen
  2. Deep-space travel, colonization may rely on genetically engineered life formsDavid Warmflash
  3. Conservation agriculture: Beyond the organic vs. conventional culture wars debateMarc Brazeau
  4. Could blood from babies’ umbilical cords rejuvenate our grandparents’ brains?Meredith Knight
  5. ‘Most deadly’ to bees? Neonicotinoid pesticides don’t deserve the labelAndrew Porterfield
  6. Moroccan fossils: New thinking on human evolution shaped by technological advancements | David Warmflash

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