Genetic Literacy Project’s Top 6 Stories for the Week – Nov. 13, 2017


  1. USDA scraps overhaul of GMO and gene edited crop regulations that biotech advocates viewed as ‘unscientific’Paul McDivitt
  2. Gene therapy creates boy’s replacement skin from his stem cellsRicki Lewis
  3. Viewpoint: Taxpayer-funded Canadian news agency promotes ‘fake news’ about glyphosate herbicide’s health risks | Kevin Folta
  4. Organic farmer’s plea for a better relationship between organic, conventional farming | Janna Anderson
  5. Two of a kind? Twins offer unique glimpse into human developmentAnnie Keller
  6. Mars conundrum: How do we explore without contaminating the Red Planet?Alberto Fairén

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