Genetic Literacy Project’s Top 6 Stories for the Week – Oct. 23, 2017

| October 22, 2017

  1. Genetic engineering and gene silencing could fight deadly crop mycotoxins—if not blocked by activists | Andrew Porterfield
  2. When does life begin? Here are 17 points in time to considerRicki Lewis
  3. ‘GMO’ petunias: Ridiculousness exposed and explained | Giovanni Tagliabue
  4. Viewpoint: Christopher Portier—well-paid activist scientist at center of the ban-glyphosate movement | David Zaruk
  5. Will genetics ever be able to predict the next mass murderer? | Ricki Lewis
  6. Cancers and other rare diseases in crosshairs of researchers using breakthrough DNA sequencingPratik Kirve

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