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View from Quebec organic farm: Don’t knock our science-based technologically advanced methods

Rob Wallbridge | 
Julie Borlaug, the daughter of the father of the Green Revolution, Norman Borlaug, recently criticized organic farming as scientifically anachronistic ...
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Power to edit who you are

Meredith Knight | 
Gene editing in humans will soon become a treatment reality. But how will society determine which conditions deserve this treatment ...
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Future of biofortified foods: Protests block advancement of super bananas and Golden Rice

Kenrick Vezina | 
Can biofortified crops really do any good in the world? Only if both sides of the biotech debate work together ...
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In shedding GMOs, Ben & Jerry’s determined to ‘stick a finger’ in Monsanto’s eye

Ben & Jerry's efforts to support GMO labeling and to remove GMOs from their ice cream displeased some loyal customers, ...
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In shedding GMOs, Ben & Jerry’s determined to ‘stick a finger’ in Monsanto’s eye

Ben & Jerry's efforts to support GMO labeling and to remove GMOs from their ice cream displeased some loyal customers, ...
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In shedding GMOs, Ben & Jerry’s determined to ‘stick a finger’ in Monsanto’s eye

Ben & Jerry's efforts to support GMO labeling and to remove GMOs from their ice cream displeased some loyal customers, ...
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In shedding GMOs, Ben & Jerry’s determined to ‘stick a finger’ in Monsanto’s eye

Ben & Jerry's efforts to support GMO labeling and to remove GMOs from their ice cream displeased some loyal customers, ...
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In shedding GMOs, Ben & Jerry’s determined to ‘stick a finger’ in Monsanto’s eye

XiaoZhi Lim | 
Ben & Jerry's efforts to support GMO labeling and to remove GMOs from their ice cream displeased some loyal customers, ...
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Pace of reproductive technology makes health effects hard to measure

Meredith Knight | 
Over the past 34 years, assisted reproduction like IVF has gone from exceptional to mainstream. The procedures have changed rapidly, ...
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Little Lord Kahn and the edge of genome technology

Meredith Knight | 
An infant born earlier this month is the first known child to have his genome sequenced before birth. As more ...
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DNA testing may be the only part of forensic science that’s actually scientific

Kenrick Vezina | 
Forensic science -- the wizardry on display on CSI -- is often bunk. Worse, the government has known this for ...
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Consumers willing to pay premium for organics, but benefits mostly psychological

Jon Entine | 
Consumers buying organic food based on a certified label believe they are getting a product guaranteed to be healthier or ...
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Mexican genes, Mexican diseases, and the idea of race

Tabitha M. Powledge | 
Recently released study highlights misconceptions of 'Mexicans' as a 'race' despite the genomic and cultural diversity that exists within the ...
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US has homegrown stem cell controversy

Meredith Knight | 
Boston-based stem cell researcher Piero Anverza is under formal investigation after retracting prominent papers on stem cells and heart disease ...
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Oxytocin may be secret hormone that fights aging

Meredith Knight | 
Oxytocin is best known for its role as a crucial human bonding hormone. A new study suggests it's also needed ...
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Genetically modified lab-created kale-Brussel sprouts Kalettes embraced by anti-GMO foodies

XiaoZhi Lim | 
A new vegetable is coming to the U.S. this fall: a cross between kale and Brussel sprouts, dubbed Kalettes. It's ...
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Cure for HIV? New gene-editing technique shows promise

Kenrick Vezina | 
A few lucky individuals have a mutation that makes them highly resistant to HIV. This mutation is also behind the ...
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Writing by hand may open a conduit to human creativity. Have we evolved to write?

Meredith Knight | 
Studies show the cognitive and physiological uniqueness of handwriting. Did humans evolve to write? ...
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Can GMO crops help fight global warming?

Kenrick Vezina | 
In the fight against global warming, our planet's ability to reflect light and heat is dropping. In a warming world, ...
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Madagascar student prank shows March Against Monsanto has heartless agenda

Just how detached from reality are mainstream anti-GMO protestors such as March Against Monsanto, a global group that claims millions ...
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Crowdsourcing genetic disease: The Resilience Project wants you!

Tabitha M. Powledge | 
The Resilience Project, both ambitious and world-spanning, wants to collect a million DNA samples for sequencing in order to find ...
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Madagascar student prank shows March Against Monsanto has heartless agenda

Dustin Eirdosh | 
Just how detached from reality are mainstream anti-GMO protestors such as March Against Monsanto, a global group that claims millions ...
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Nanoparticles in sunscreen get bad rap, but evidence they cause human harm is slim

Meredith Knight | 
Most consumer sunscreens use nanoparticles to keep products effective and transparent. But some call the safety of this micro technology ...
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Can Bt cotton be a solution for Zimbabwean cotton growers?

Sifelani Tsiko | 
The manipulation of liberalized cotton trade meant poor prices, poverty and dependency for cotton farmers in Zimbabwe. Could the use ...
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Has the war on synthetic biology already begun?

Kenrick Vezina | 
Scientists are worried that synthetic biology might succumb to the same vitriolic culture war that has slowed innovation of genetic ...
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Behavioral genetics enters the courtroom

Meredith Knight | 
Behavioral genetics is now being used in courtrooms to help establish and justify defendants crime and reduce sentences. But the ...
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Next-Generation Sequencing opening doors in diagnosing perplexing disorders

Kenrick Vezina | 
A new diagnostic test using "Next-Generation Sequencing" has made headlines for saving the lives of two young people suffering from ...
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Genetic mismatch implies STAP stem cells do not exist

Kenrick Vezina | 
Genetic tests have put another nail in the coffin of the once-promising STAP (stimulus-triggered acquisition of pluripotency) stem cell technique, ...
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