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Frozen in time: You can be cryogenically preserved, but will you ever be revived?

David Warmflash | 
Preservation technologies promise the ability to suspend life for decades or even centuries. That would come with all sorts of ...
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Epigenetics could alter the way we breed crops for drought and climate change

Richard Levine | 
New techniques allow researchers to change the way crops behave and handle adverse conditions--without actually altering the plants' underlying DNA ...
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Exploring the havoc that can be unleashed by consumer ancestry tests

Ricki Lewis | 
On what fraction of a human genome do the consumer DNA companies base these deductions that can shatter lives? ...
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Viewpoint: ‘Naïve’ calls for glyphosate ban threaten higher food prices, resurgence of more toxic pesticides

Henry Miller, Stuart Smyth | 
The unintended consequences of glyphosate bans are many and potentially severe ...
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Transparency and trust: Is there room for ‘the people’ in the human gene editing debate?

Naomi Scheinerman | 
How does excluding the people service the WHO's stated goals of transparency and trust? ...
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Podcast: Synthetic ‘light switch’ boosts photosynthesis to increase crop yields

Kevin Folta, Amber Boas, John Christie | 
One of the limiting factors in photosynthesis is the plant’s ability to take up carbon dioxide to assimilate into carbohydrates ...
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Deciphering US plans for regulating biotech animal breeding

Marc Brazeau | 
An overview of the regulation of biotech breeding as it relates to animals, covering some open and unsettled issues.  ...
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Podcast: 7 modern pest control tools that protect our food from hungry bugs

Steve Savage | 
Need to manage a pest problem? Luckily, there are many ways to do that! From physical to biological and chemical ...
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The MIND diet: Can you eat your way to a healthier brain?

Hayley N. Philip | 
Every 65 seconds, someone in the United States develops Alzheimer’s. So in the time it takes you to read this ...
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Viewpoint: Outgoing FDA chief Scott Gottlieb scored some wins, but dropped the ball on food labeling, gene-edited plants and animals

Val Giddings | 
Gottlieb’s policy proposals for FDA oversight of gene-edited plants and animals were as inexplicable as they were inconsistent with longstanding U.S. policy ...
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Fit and fat at the same time? The right genes may make it possible

Meredith Knight | 
Scientists are in hot debate over whether it's possible to be obese without creating health risks. Two new studies take ...
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Why do we need GMOs if we already grow enough food to feed the world?

Stephan Neidenbach | 
The world produces enough food to feed everyone, but what does that really mean, considering abundant food in the west ...
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30,000 food products with Non-GMO Project label may be “false or misleading,” FDA guidance document says

Cameron English | 
The Non-GMO label may soon see its ubiquitous butterfly wings trimmed ...
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Genetic test for diabetes risk? Why it’s not quite ready for ‘prime-time clinical care’

Mylynda Massart | 
23andMe's new test claims to determine risk from genetic analysis ...
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Podcast: What would have happened if Darwin and Mendel had been on Twitter?

Kat Arney, Greg Radick, Dan Mead | 
Where would we be now if Darwin and Mendel had been on Twitter? ...
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Viewpoint: Opponents of lab-grown meats are using anti-GMO arguments they will soon regret

Marc Brazeau | 
Anti-GMO style tropes are being used against the Impossible Burger by people who should know better ...
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Podcast: How a bad night’s sleep can damage your DNA

Kevin Folta, Lior Appelbaum, Brady Holmer | 
On this episode of Talking Biotech, University of Florida researchers Kevin Folta and Brady Holmer tackle two pressing questions in ...
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Why cousin marriages can wreak genetic havoc on children

Mariam Sajid | 
The link between cousin marriages and genetic disorders in offspring is a growing problem in several countries ...
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Viewpoint: Politico veers again into pseudoscience and politics with another misleading glyphosate infographic

Andrew Porterfield | 
Once again, a website known for its political coverage proves itself unable to report on science-related issues ...
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Genetic uncertainty: When research participants should be told that their test results have changed

Ricki Lewis | 
“Do you mind if we take one more sample?” asked the endocrinologist who had already stuck six needles into the ...
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Podcast: Recycling 190 million pounds of pesticide containers to promote sustainable agriculture

Steve Savage, Mark Hudson | 
Ag recycles! On this episode of Biotech Facts and Fallacies, plant scientist Steve Savage delves into the world of agricultural ...
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Tracing the birth of new languages—as older tongues fade away

Elizabeth Svoboda | 
Anthropologists and linguists are working to understand how complex systems of communication emerge—and what they reveal about how to keep ...
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Viewpoint: FDA plan to regulate gene-edited animals as drugs will thwart US food innovation

Alison Van Eenennaam | 
In the absence of sensible regulation of the breathtaking genetic variation that exists naturally in our food species, innovation will ...
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Working to build trust in the insect-resistant BT cowpea, Nigeria’s first genetically modified food crop

Abdullahi Tsanni | 
A crop created through technology faces intense opposition in Nigeria ...
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Can we blame our genetics for overeating?

Ben Locwin | 
Are eating habits a matter of choice and discipline? What role do our genetics play in determining how much and ...
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Pesticides increase cancer risk for farmers? Rethinking the ‘irrefutable consensus’

Philippe Stoop | 
Though it may seem otherwise, the term 'irrefutable' is not at all flattering ...
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How ‘genetic libraries’ of animal DNA can help us better understand ourselves

Gavin Naylor | 
Of more than 500 species of sharks in the world’s oceans, scientists have only sequenced a handful of genomes – ...