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'Blissfully unaware’: Many food manufacturers don’t realize new GM labeling law applies to them and are unprepared for end-of-year deadline
Podcast: Ezra Klein and Walter Isaacson discuss how CRISPR is poised to redirect the future course of evolution
Brain fMRIs can provide critical information — but they reflect human bias more than biological fact
Viewpoint: How Big Tech powers and profits from anti-vaccine misinformation
'Blissfully unaware’: Many food manufacturers don’t realize new GM labeling law applies to them and are unprepared for end-of-year deadline
‘Brain glue’: A new way to help people with traumatic brain injuries
Former New Zealand EPA chief scientist says agrochemicals help 'provide safe and affordable food'
Worth the higher price tag? What benefits are you really getting when you garden using organic seeds?
How does CRISPR’s ‘on-off switch’ work? How will it revolutionize genetic research and the development of therapies?
New hope for Duchenne muscular dystrophy (DMD) patients? CRISPR cured a mouse — and humans could be next
Dating apps, gay sex and drug use: Syphilis running rampant after eradication appeared on the horizon
How the Biden Administration can accelerate prosperity by fixing agricultural-biotech regulations
Do omega-3 fatty acid fish oil supplements lower heart disease risk? Only for people with specific genes, researchers find
Viewpoint: While China is investing heavily in addressing climate change’s impact on agriculture, US dallies. Here’s why we need to fix that
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'Total artificial heart': European Union set to approve temporary replacement hearts that are working, in 19-patient study
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