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Indian agricultural progress smothered by anti-GMO idealists

Manu Joseph | 
Genetically modified crops have better yields, are more resistant to conventional pests than organic crops, and use less fertilizer. India ...

Parsing ‘anti-science’ argument of GMO proponents

Roberta Millstein | 
Currently, labeling foods containing GMOs is purely voluntary. The Non-GMO Project coordinates an effort to label foods that do not ...
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Why GMOs? Challenging anti-technology conspiracy theories

Jon Entine | 
Used appropriately, genetic engineering is a fantastic tool—to create new life-saving drugs and encourage cutting edge ecologically based farming techniques ...
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