Does IARC really deal in pseudoscience? Conspiracy theories put trust in science at risk

Does IARC really deal in pseudoscience? Conspiracy theories put trust in science at risk

Allegations that IARC classified glyphosate as ‘possibly carcinogenic' due to infiltration by activists don’t stand up to scrutiny ...
Despite recent reports, vegetarianism does not cause cancer

Despite recent reports, vegetarianism does not cause cancer

A recent study reported on the evolution of a 'vegetarian gene' in populations. Somehow the press turned this into: vegetarianism ...
Why scientists are withdrawing from public conversation on GMOs

Why scientists are withdrawing from public conversation on GMOs

The GLP aggregated and excerpted this blog/article to reflect the diversity of news, opinion and analysis. Since July, controversy has ...
'GENeS'—Genetic Expert News Service--connects journalists directly to scientists on breaking news

‘GENeS’—Genetic Expert News Service–connects journalists directly to scientists on breaking news

Most researchers know of colleagues with bad experiences talking to the media, and you don’t have to make the kind ...
GENeS launches: New project provides journalists, NGOs, policy analysts scientific expertise on breaking stories

GENeS launches: New project provides journalists, NGOs, policy analysts scientific expertise on breaking stories

Journalists and policymakers take note: GENeS--Genetic Expert News Service--is now live! Turn to GENeS for independent expert analysis and commentary ...
Investigative food journalism should go for more than the yuck factor

Investigative food journalism should go for more than the yuck factor

Recent articles in the UK news media have 'lifted the lid' on the production of convenience food. While on the ...