Genetic Literacy Project’s Top 6 Stories for the Week – Oct. 16, 2017


  1. Green technology: Disease-resistant GMO tomato that could eliminate need for copper pesticides, double yields–blocked by public fears Paul McDivitt
  2. Sensory overload: Some people genetically wired to detest bright lights, big soundsKristen Hovet
  3. Conventional agriculture holds multiple ecological advantages over organic, analysis showsTim Barker
  4. University student reflection: Let’s take a balanced ethical and scientific look at genetic engineeringEmmy Hughes
  5. Kevin Folta looks back 5 years after release of controversial Séralini GMO rat study | Kevin Folta
  6. Predicting Alzheimer’s: 31-gene test may offer strongest risk assessment | Ricki Lewis

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