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GM crops with bigger, deeper roots could help restore depleted topsoil

GM crops with bigger, deeper roots could help restore depleted topsoil

Connor McKoy | 
[A] good portion of topsoil—the black fertile dirt that looks exactly like what you buy at the home and hardware ...
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CAR-T therapy for leukemia patients may pave way to more personalized medicine

Jim Greenwood | 
[Editor's note: Jim Greenwood is president and CEO of the Biotechnology Industry Organization.] [On July 19], experts at the U.S ...

Why France remains a global GMO laggard

Caitlin Kennedy | 
A notable piece titled France Fails Science Test was recently published in Cosmos by Marcel Kuntz, John Davison and Agnes E. Ricroch, three plant ...

Summary of editorial reactions to I-522

Caitlin Kennedy | 
With less than a month out, Washington State Initiative 522 continues to garner more and more attention of state voters ...

Washington State GMO labeling could cost households $520/year

Caitlin Kennedy | 
In a recent report, the Washington Research Council reveals the story behind Washington State's Initiative 522 to label food containing ...

Mark Lynas: Time to call out the anti-GMO conspiracy theory

Karen Batra | 
The following is an edited excerpt of a longer story. Find a link to the full story below. In a ...

Why biotech food labeling is met with resistance

Karen Batra | 
In recent weeks, there’s been a lot of new discussion around the biotech labeling debate. On May 10, the International ...
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