Genetic Literacy Project’s Top 6 Stories for the Week – Oct. 2, 2017

| October 1, 2017

 

  1. Tale of two neonicotinoid bumble bee studies—And how science can be massagedJon Entine
  2. Upchuck factor: Alcoholism targeted with novel gene therapyRicki Lewis
  3. Using Zika in the fight against deadly brain cancerSean Hall
  4. Scrambled DNA fragments could open doors to higher crop yields, new herbicidesKevin Folta
  5. Viewpoint: ‘Blistering’ USDA organic report suggests ‘movement’ needs major reforms | Julie Kelly
  6. Alzheimer’s ‘brain health’ quiz likely to scare more than help | Steven Lubet

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