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5 factors explaining vast differences in how each of us responds to dangers posed by COVID-19

Katherine Harmon Courage | 
From mask wearing to physical distancing, individuals wield a lot of power in how the coronavirus outbreak plays out. Behavioral ...
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Viewpoint: Irrational pesticide fears discourage produce consumption and increase cancer risk

Jack Bobo | 
Fostering fear doesn't help us eat healthier ...
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Do GMO Bt (insect-resistant) crops pose a threat to human health or the environment?

Bt is a bacterium found organically in the soil. It is extremely effective in repelling or killing target insects but ...

Genetics and race: An awkward conversation during volatile times

Patrick Whittle | 
Discussing inter-group divergence is largely taboo. So do we just ignore the deluge of data? ...
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Podcast: Lab-grown livers coming soon? Regenerative farming won’t stop climate change; COVID halts gene-therapy studies

Cameron English, Kevin Folta | 
Scientists have grown tiny human livers from skin cells and transplanted them into rats, moving us closer to saving thousands ...
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The dangerous spread of coronavirus misinformation and magical thinking

Hugh Gusterson | 
Although credentialed scientists have been very clear that there is currently no cure for coronavirus, magical thinking of the pseudoscience ...
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75 reasons why vaccines are needed and deniers are dangerous

Doc Bastard | 
If you are reading this, chances are that you repeated an anti-vaccine myth or said you weren't vaccinating your children, ...
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Biotechnology forestry revival projects now include elms along with American chestnuts

Andrew Porterfield | 
There was a time when the stately elm was a symbol of American and European small-town prosperity and pride. It ...
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Genetic engineering key to developing COVID-19 vaccine

Steven Cerier | 
Scientists throughout the world are engaged in a herculean effort to develop a vaccine for the COVID-19 virus that has ...
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Viewpoint: GMO skeptics abuse UN Biodiversity Conference to promote anti-biotech agenda

Luis Ventura | 
Countless people continue to suffer and die needlessly as a result of the arbitrary and unscientific restrictions forged at the ...
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Video: Race protests did not lead to a surge in COVID-19 cases

Wessam Atif | 
Looking at raw data and simply saying that Coronavirus cases in the USA are “rising” just because the “number of ...

Viewpoint: How organic farming exploits consumer demand for ‘authenticity’

Henry Miller | 
Seeking 'authenticity' is fine -- unless it deprives you of something beneficial ...

Eerily similar? Examining fates of the rich and poor during COVID-19 and 14th century Black Death pandemics

Kathryn McKinley | 
We're seeing this happen all over again with coronavirus ...
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Podcast: WHO was wrong about COVID; Pandemics make women cheat? Rampant fraud threatens organic farming

Cameron English, Kevin Folta | 
Infectious disease experts have blasted the World Health Organization for telling the public that asymptomatic patients rarely spread COVID-19. Pandemics ...
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Talking Biotech: Where did GMOs come from? Former Monsanto scientist Robb Fraley recounts the advent of biotech crops

Kevin Folta, Robb Fraley | 
On the five-year anniversary of the Talking Biotech podcast, host and plant geneticist Kevin Folta sits down with former Monsanto ...
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27 truths and myths about COVID-19, from Christian healing to Bill Gates conspiracy theories

Doc Bastard | 
Due to popular demand (well, two polite requests, actually), I have decided to create a clean version of my post ...
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Disaster interrupted: Which farming system better preserves insect populations: Organic or conventional?

Jon Entine | 
A three-year run of fragmentary Armageddon-like studies had primed the journalism pumps and settled the media framing about the future ...

Fighting cancer by boosting the body’s immune system with genetically engineered bacteria

Kostas Vavitsas | 
Our immune system can defeat cancer. Immune cells can directly attack cancer cells or produce proteins that don’t let tumors ...
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Are we facing an ‘Insect Apocalypse’ caused by ‘intensive, industrial’ farming and agricultural chemicals? The media say yes; Science says ‘no’

Jon Entine | 
The media call it the “Insect Apocalypse”. In the past three years, the phrase has become an accepted truth of ...
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Viewpoint: Stanford epidemiologist John Ioannidis’ COVID-19 controversy illustrates the politicization of science

Jeanne Lenzer, Shannon Brownlee | 
The critical questions the Stanford professor is raising about Covid-19 have gotten lost amid partisan bickering ...
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How GMO, gene-edited crops can keep cancer-causing heavy metals out of staple foods

Dibakar Das | 
One of the most pressing issues in public health is the presence of toxic elements in food, which potentially risk ...

Viewpoint: Why the world needs GMOs—4 farmers make the case for biotech crops

Luis Ventura | 
The lopsided conversation between experienced farmers and clueless activists has severe consequences ...
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Lefty or righty? Is handedness genes or chance?

Tabitha Powledge | 
Many geniuses, from Einstein to Bill Gates were lefties. But left-handedness remains a rarity--only 1 in 10 of us are ...
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USDA relaxed its GMO, gene-edited crop rules—but not enough to foster biotech innovation

Emma Kovak | 
USDA's SECURE rule fails to move beyond process-based regulation ...
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Video: How can we figure out the real fatality rate of COVID-19 and how lethal it is?

Wessam Atif | 
Dr. Wessam Atif breaks down what we do and don't know about the worldwide death rate, or case fatality rate, ...
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Podcast: Retracted hydroxychloroquine-COVID studies backlash; Obesity cancer drugs? ‘Unbiased’ Guardian takes animal rights money

Cameron English, Kevin Folta | 
Two major studies which found that the anti-malaria drug hydroxychloroquine doesn't treat COVID-19 have been retracted. What does that mean ...
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It started with rocks: How we developed belief, our ‘most creative and destructive’ ability

Agustín Fuentes | 
About 20 years ago, the residents of Padangtegal village in Bali, Indonesia, had a problem. The famous, monkey-filled forest surrounding ...
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