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DNA analysis of two ancient infants adds to evidence that humans stayed on the Bering strait for thousands of years before continuing their migration further into the Americas.
Many consumers opt for organic food thinking it is healthier and is grown more sustainably. One plant scientist challenges the conventional wisdom…and raises additional questions about foodie activists.
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"It’s so disappointing that they are so wrong on genetically modified organisms,” wrote Harvard microbiologist Kevin Bonham about UCS, reflecting the general concern among scientists that it simplistically criticizes conventional agriculture.
David Suzuki gained international fame from his science media shows. He's since become an environmental activist promoting chemophobia and anti-GMO views.
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