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Uncertain future of Uganda’s GMO law spurs anxiety, confusion among biotech supporters

Peter Wamboga-Mugirya | 
Biotech supporters are unsure what the delay means ...
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Have humans reached the end of evolution? Not under these 3 scenarios

David Warmflash | 
Is natural selection still a major force in human evolution? Or have vaccines, water purification, modern medical care and other ...
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Viewpoint: To cure Alzheimer’s we need to think big—like the Manhattan Project

Marc Diamond | 
Figuring out the pieces to the Alzheimer’s puzzle ...
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Geneticist Mary-Claire King nearly quit science—then discovered the first breast cancer gene

Kat Arney, Mary-Claire King | 
Mary-Claire King's stellar career has covered human and chimp evolution, finding BRCA1 and reuniting families that have been torn apart ...
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Latest ecological fake news scare: Like the ‘honeybee armageddon’ narrative, pesticide-driven ‘insect-pocalypse’ claim is collapsing

Jon Entine | 
The 'bee-pocalypse' was an exaggerated fiction grounded in genuine concerns. The 'insect-pocalypse' is more of the same ...
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Anthony Warner, ‘The Angry Chef,’ debunks fad diets and popular food ‘pseudoscience’

Kevin Folta, Anthony Warner | 
Anthony Warner is known as The Angry Chef, achieving notoriety for critically analyzing the social movements that pop up around ...
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Is narcolepsy caused by a ‘treacherous’ immune system?

Quinn Eastman | 
New research could lead to easier diagnoses of this rare sleep disorder ...
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Viewpoint: Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s Green New Deal wants to make agriculture sustainable—but farmers beat her to it

Hillary Kaufman | 
The Green New Deal puts forth a lot of idealistic proposals without much specificity, strategic planning, or research ...
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Podcast: Primer on bees, varroa mites and the ‘Beepocalypse’ that never was

Steve Savage | 
This time it’s all about the bees! From the composition of a working hive to the diseases that plague honey ...
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WTF? Did the rise of agriculture—and soft foods—give us the ability to drop F bombs?

Ricki Lewis | 
How the foods we eat influence the sounds our languages develop ...
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Pseudo-science alert: For $9,500, Politico provides disinformation about crop biotechnology, GMOs and pesticides

Andrew Porterfield | 
When Politico strays from politics into agricultural biotech, its naiveté and lack of science expertise shows through ...
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Why masculinity is in turmoil

Roni Jacobson | 
The American Psychological Association released new guidelines for men and boys last month. Critics went mad — and they missed the ...
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Viewpoint: Agroecology is a ‘dead end’ for African farmers trying to achieve food security

Nassib Mugwanya | 
For the past 50 years, Daisy Namusoke has grown crops on her small plot of land in the Buikwe District ...
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Using genetic engineering to turn annual crops into perennials could bolster global food production

Andrew Porterfield | 
One of the ways we could increase yields--and improve sustainability--would be to convert key grain crops into perennials, allowing them ...
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Can pig-human chimeras meet our growing demand for transplantable organs?

Meredith Knight | 
Experiments show pig-human chimeras might be able to farm human organs for transplantation and disease research. But would it be ...
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How genetically engineered crops can boost Africa’s fight against malnutrition

Steven Cerier | 
Engineered crops can provide the long-sought breakthrough in food security for Africa ...
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Can a genetic test help you find the right marriage partner?

Richard Mattson | 
Does a good marriage depend on having the right genes? ...
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US researchers moving abroad to avoid FDA’s CRISPR-edited animal regulations

Alison Van Eenennaam offers a critical look at stifling US animal gene-editing rules ...
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What can we learn from Mendel’s peas, onions and GM tomatoes?

Kat Arney | 
A quick look at Gregor Mendel's groundbreaking peas, 'junk' DNA and the first GMO crop ...
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Tomorrow’s scientists developing CRISPR-edited crops to boost sustainable farming

Three graduate students highlight their efforts to breed disease-resistant crops and teach science to consumers ...
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Using genetics and social media to find answers for rare ‘undiagnosed’ diseases

Liz Lewis | 
Having a strange and little-known condition is increasingly becoming a regular part of life, bonding patients together with a common ...
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Whispering down the ‘fake news’ lane targeting conventional farming: No, Lou Gehrig’s Disease not caused by pesticides spread by chemical-spraying airplanes

Kevin Folta | 
Is it sensationalism to get traffic, lazy reporting -- or intentional misrepresentation of facts? ...
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How languages and genetics explain our origins and evolution

Patrick Whittle | 
The twists and turns of both language and genetics offer stunning insights into human history ...
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Animal gene editing breakthrough: Bringing Angus beef raised from US cattle to Brazil

Marc Brazeau | 
The gene-edited heat-tolerant Angus cow could be a very big deal in Brazil ...
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Quest for disease and pest-resistant rice: Ugandan researchers turn to hybrid, GMO breeding programs

Lominda Afedraru | 
Key crop researchers are pushing for the development and eventual commercialization of GMO varieties tailored to suit Uganda's needs ...
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Research integrity and why bad science has become such a problem

Henry Miller, Stanley Young | 
Science depends on corroboration — that is, researchers verify others’ results, often making incremental advances as they do so.  The ...
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Viewpoint: Farmers’ crops are failing, and Europe’s precautionary assault on neonicotinoid insecticides is to blame

David Zaruk | 
Farmers will never forget the last five years of incompetence from the European Commission ...
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‘Suicide’ headaches? Magic mushrooms or LSD could offer relief

David Warmflash | 
Hallucinogenic drugs, particularly lysergic acid diethylamide (LSD) and psilocybin, are classified as Schedule 1, but scientists and physicians believe they ...