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Infographic: Are genetically engineered crops less safe than classically-bred food?

Kayleen Schreiber | 
Crops and foods today are not what they used to look like. Farmers and plant breeders have been modifying plant ...
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What’s the future of human gene editing? Balancing ethical and religious concerns with evidence-based uses of genetic technologies

Naomi Scheinerman | 
The November announcement of CRISPR-created babies provoked an intense uproar from scientists, ethicists and the public alike. Fears of independent ...
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Key to fecal transplants could revolve around ‘recipe and preparation’

Ricki Lewis | 
Fecal transplants are slowly becoming a more effective, and more palatable option for various gut disorders, such as IBS or ...
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Talking Biotech: Ethos Chocolate—the pro-GMO candy brand winning over biotech skeptics

Kevin Folta, Rebecca Larson | 
Ethos chocolate hypes its use of GMO ingredients to promote crop biotechnology ...
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41% glyphosate-cancer increase claim under fire: Did authors of new meta-study deliberately manipulate data or just botch their analysis?

Geoffrey Kabat | 
Among other lapses, The Zhang paper does not mention the serious science and ethical questions raised pertaining to IARC’s assessment ...
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Why neonicotinoid pesticides don’t deserve a ‘deadly to bees’ label

Andrew Porterfield | 
While some activists blame the popular class of pesticides for bee deaths, research suggests there are many contributing factors. And ...
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Is love a mystery of the heart? Or hard-wired in our genes?

Elizabeth Newbern | 
Scientists have identified a number of genetic markers that 'code' humans for attraction--genes for intelligence, subtle human body odors, height ...
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Ouch! Why is pain so much worse for some of us?

Erin Young | 
Exploring how pain differs from person to person ...
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Viewpoint: Here’s why we don’t have to worry about a world without insects

Robert Walker | 
Recent headlines about the coming collapse of the insect world are another case of extrapolation from inadequate data ...
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Genetics and race: How do we have this awkward conversation?

Patrick Whittle | 
Discussing inter-group divergence is largely taboo. So do we just ignore the deluge of data? ...
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Talking Biotech: How AAAS, world’s largest science organization, promoted ‘data-less conspiracy’ linking glyphosate to kidney disease

Kevin Folta | 
There is no evidence that glyphosate causes kidney disease. Why does the AAAS say otherwise? ...
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Viewpoint: Why the USDA’s new ‘GMO label’ is meaningless

Marc Brazeau | 
A meaningless label you want, a meaningless label you shall have ...
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Deep dive into the science and history of Monsanto’s glyphosate-based weed killer

The science behind the product, the fight over glyphosate, and the research behind the formulations ...
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Many people are confused and concerned about human gene editing. They might just need a ‘better understanding’ of how it works

Ricki Lewis | 
Genome editing has struck a public nerve in a more profound way than most new medical technologies ...
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Yes, genes do shape our behavior, but in complicated ways

Kevin Mitchell | 
Are psychological traits definitely determined by genes? ...
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Rebellion against Europe’s ‘innovation-killing’ crop gene editing regulations grows among scientists, frustrated member states

Cameron English | 
Will Europe continue to be a science backwater? Does gene editing have a future in this part of the world? ...
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Battling Parkinson’s disease by rejuvenating aging cells

David Warmflash | 
For many degenerative conditions, there are no cures, just treatments designed to slow the progression. But we may soon be ...
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Reality check: Eating locally grown food isn’t always the most sustainable option

Nicholas Staropoli | 
Eating local has not achieved its goal of reducing emissions through fewer food miles. The fix could include embracing genetic ...
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Only 18% of people with breast and ovarian cancer genes knew they were carriers, study found. How can we make DNA screening work better?

Michael Murray | 
New research shows that only 18% of those who tested positive for breast cancer genes knew they had them ...
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Viewpoint: Do organic farms really produce ‘chemical free, healthier food’?

Henry Miller | 
The multi-billion-dollar organic industry is thriving in large part because of dishonesty ...
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Viewpoint: Why we must be wary of grandiose claims about a low-cost, universal cancer cure

Henry Miller | 
An Israeli company claims they will likely perfect a cure for all cancer in the next year. There are many ...
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Pesticides and Food: It’s not a black or white issue, Part 6: Pesticide residues ― Something to worry about?

Kayleen Schreiber | 
Just like anything that goes into your body, it’s the dose (the amount) that matters ...
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Pesticides and Food: It’s not a black or white issue, Part 5: Soil health―When synthetic pesticides are more sustainable than ‘natural’ organics

Kayleen Schreiber | 
Most consumers believe organic farming avoids pesticides and prioritizes the health of the environment more than conventional farming. However, this is ...
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Using CRISPR to fight antibiotic-resistant ‘superbugs’

Kristen Hovet | 
The superbugs are winning the antibiotics wars. CRISPR could turn the tide ...
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AAAS fumble? Prestigious scientists’ organization endorses ‘data-less’ study suggesting links between glyphosate and kidney disease in Sri Lanka

Kevin Folta | 
I humbly ask this question.  What am I missing? I just read the press release from the AAAS about the 2019 Scientific ...
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Talking Biotech: Recruiting bees as soldiers in the war on plant pests

Kevin Folta | 
The company Bee Vectoring Technologies uses bees to control deadly plant pests ...
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Could this synthetic enzyme lead to a treatment for celiac disease?

Ingrid Pultz | 
Ingestible enzymes created by synthetic biology could allow people with celiac disease to eat gluten ...
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Inside Nigeria’s efforts to protect its cowpea harvest with nation’s first genetically engineered seeds

Abdullahi Tsanni | 
The release of the GM cowpea will significantly improve livelihoods. But not everyone is happy ...