Genetic Literacy Project’s Top 6 Stories for the Week – Oct. 9, 2017


  1. Neonicotinoid seed treatments: Effective crop protectants—or unnecessary, with potential collateral damage to bees?Paul McDivitt
  2. Tick tock, circadian clock research wins Nobel Prize—and why it may help us sleep and travel to MarsBen Locwin
  3. Do GMOs, pesticides cause cancer? The Amish would say ‘no’Andrew Porterfield
  4. Treating aggressive brain cancer with poliovirusRicki Lewis
  5. Creating ‘super wheat’: Genetic modification supercharges photosynthesis | Jonathan Dalzell
  6. Male fertility likely declining, but we haven’t figured out why | Geoffrey Kabat

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