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The impatient optimism of GM crops and food security

Jonas Kathage | 
Are GM crops needed to feed the world? That's not the right question to ask ...

GMOs cause leukemia? Think again

Anastasia Bodnar | 
The following article is an edited excerpt. The Organic Consumers Association has gleefully announced: New Study Links GMO Food To Leukemia.  The ...
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Breakthrough GE potato doesn’t brown or produce potentially carcinogenic compound

Karl Haro von Mogel | 
Biofortified interviews the man behind a new genetically engineered potato that doesn’t brown when cut or fried nor make acrylamide, ...
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How to recognize questionable information about genetically modified organisms

Mary Mangan | 
A genomics scientists helps lay readers separate the wheat from the chaff when it comes to GMO misinformation ...

Is it OK to eat cloned fruit?

Steve Savage | 
The following is an excerpt. Cloned fruit is widely sold in grocery stores.  Some of it is even cloned mutant ...

Video: Interview with CEO of AquaBounty

Karl Haro von Mogel | 
The following is an excerpt. Karl Haro von Mogel from Biology Fortified interviewed Ron Stonish, President and CEO of AquaBounty at the 2013 ...

When a tomato is a just tomato

Anastasia Bodnar | 
The following is an excerpt. Another paper comparing organic and conventional tomatoes (sort of) was published in PLOS One on ...

Seeds without sex – some racy findings on the cloning of plants

John Bowman | 
The following is an excerpt. Sex without seed. Seed without sex. It’s been said that the greatest gift of science ...

Do we need synthetic fertilizers?

Adam Merberg | 
The following is an excerpt. According to organic advocates Tom Philpott and Barry Estabrook, we don’t need synthetic fertilizers at all. Both argue ...

Pest resistance to Bt crops

Jonas Kathage | 
The following is an excerpt. The issue of pest resistance to insect resistant Bt crops receives regular media attention, partly ...
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GMO labeling initiatives: Prop 37 v. I-522

Bill Price | 
The Biofortified blog takes an in-depth look at the Washington State initiative to label GMOs ...

Biology Fortified proposes a wiki for GMOs

Karl Haro von Mogel | 
The following is an excerpt. Today there may be the kind of critical mass necessary to move [a GMO wiki ...

Can the damage from agenda-driven junk science be undone?

Steve Savage | 
But can the damage from the Seralini corn study be undone? It is far more probable that this “cancer link” ...
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What does Prop 37 actually say?

Anastasia Bodnar | 
Unfortunately, as with any political debate these days, there’s a lot of mud slinging and less than accurate information coming ...

Both sides of Prop. 37 debate guilty of misleading voters

Karl Haro von Mogel | 
The No on 37 campaign used misused the FDA seal to make them seem in favor of their cause; the ...

We’re all wearing the same genes

Anastasia Bodnar | 
We're all wearing the same genesBiofortifiedWhile the similarities between organisms were originally determined by examining physical characteristics from bones to ...

GMO crops: To label or not to label?

Steve Savage | 
This fall, California voters will be asked to vote on Proposition 37, a law which would require that all foods ...
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Orange sweet potatos and golden rice: Biofortified foods in Africa

One of the important ways that plant scientists are working to improve the lives of malnourished people in developing countries ...
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