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Episodes produced for the GLP list the source as Genetic Literacy Project.
The GLP features numerous podcasts from around the web, providing a wealth of biotechnology information. We also host three podcasts:
• Biotech Facts & Fallacies with Cameron English and Steve Savage
• Genetics Unzipped – the Genetics Society podcast with Kat Arney
• Talking Biotech with Kevin Folta
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Podcast: Latest discoveries in genetics, archaeology reveal early history of the British people

 |  Genetic Literacy Project
What's the real story behind the romantic myths about the Celts? And what can modern genetic and anthropological techniques tell ...
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Podcast: How precision, customized medicine is reshaping health care

 |  Genetic Literacy Project
For all the life-saving pharmaceuticals, surgeries and devices it provides, modern medicine is still rather imprecise. Chemotherapy drugs, for instance, ...
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Podcast: Vaccine expert Dr. Paul Offit explains the ‘dos and dont’s’ of battling scientific misinformation

 |  Genetic Literacy Project
Paul Offit has forged a second career as an influential spokesman for scientific thinking ...
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Podcast: How nitrogen-fixing bacteria can cut fertilizer use 30-50%

 |  Genetic Literacy Project
In the early 20th century, Fritz Haber and Carl Bosch revolutionized agriculture. The two German chemists developed a technique, now ...
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Podcast: Sneaky sheep, substandard stallions and sperm wars

 |  Genetic Literacy Project
Stories of sneaky sheep, substandard racing stallions, and news from the front lines of the sperm wars ...
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Podcast: Dairy farmers turn methane from food waste into renewable electricity

 |  NPR
If you piled up all the food that's not eaten over the course of a year in the U.S., it ...
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Podcast: A closer look at the CRISPR experiment that could cure sickle cell disease

 |  NPR
Victoria Gray, 34, of Forest, Miss., volunteered for one of the most anticipated medical experiments in decades: the first attempt ...
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Podcast: How activists and politicians derailed South Australia’s attempt to embrace GMO crops

 |  Genetic Literacy Project
Activists in Australia are manipulating politicians with fear and doubt to restrict farmer choice ...
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Podcast: Researchers implanted false memories in birds to figure out how humans learn language

 |  Scientific American
Babies are constantly surrounded by human language, always listening and processing. Eventually they put sounds together to produce a "daddy," or a ...

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