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GM plants can make drugs less costly, more attainable

Richard Anthony Hughes | 
The GLP aggregated and excerpted this blog/article to reflect the diversity of news, opinion and analysis.  The cost of pharmaceuticals ...
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German agency says IARC glyphosate decision based on poor evidence

David Tribe | 
The German Federal Institute for Risk Assessment (BfR) commented as rapporteur for the active ingredient glyphosate as part of the ...
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Raw organic milk implicated in death of Australian child

David Tribe | 
Mountain View Organic are a food marketing company with high flown rhetoric about 'kind farming and good health practices". Mountain ...

Dung factor: Why organic farming yields can never match conventional farming

David Tribe | 
In the last year or so the claim that organic farming methods can feed the world has come up several ...

Simplot discusses GE potato that doesn’t brown or produce cancer-causing acrylamide

David Tribe | 
Biology Fortified sent Simplot some questions about their GE Simplot potato that doesn’t brown when cut or fried, nor does ...

Latest twists in the Seralini saga

David Tribe | 
Dr. Gilles-Eric Séralini, whose controversial research reporting genetically modified corn causes cancer in mammalian species (published in Food and Chemical Toxicology and ...

Despite controversial claims, RNA in genetically modified food does not affect human genes

David Tribe | 
Can RNA from a strain of genetically modified wheat silence human DNA? This recent question on GMO Answers, an industry-run ...

Ecoterrorism in the Philippines funded by Swedish Society for Nature Conservation

David Tribe | 
[The Swedish Society for Nature Conservation] financially supports Philippine activist group MASIPAG and supposedly addresses the effects of the Green ...

Golden Rice myths given careful scrutiny

David Tribe | 
In the comments section of David Tribe's recent piece, "For GM food and vaccination, the panic virus is a deadly ...

Sunlight triggers jumping gene DNA rearrangement in corn

David Tribe | 
Genetic parasites consisting of small sets of mobile genes are common in plant chromosomes, and those in corn have been ...

David Tribe: New EU GE legislation has no scientific justification for mandatory animal feeding trials

David Tribe | 
The following is an edited excerpt. This commentary focuses on the potential added value of and need for (sub)-chronic testing ...

For science denialism, visit Food Democracy Now

David Tribe | 
The following is an editorial summary. David Tribe uses images from the "Food Democracy Now!" Facebook page to highlight the ...
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“GMOs make pigs sick” paper avoids rigorous analysis

David Tribe | 
New research claiming GM foods hurt pigs is more fishing expedition than proper science ...

GM ‘toxic gene’ headlines are grossly inaccurate

Alan Dove | 
The following is an excerpt.  A recent paper in the journal GM Crops and Food has generated an outsized splash in the press, particularly ...

Why are field tests of golden rice necessary?

Field tests and other evaluations help us determine how Golden Rice will grow in the field and if it will ...

Frankenfood or crops of the future? Gaps in the perception of GM food safety

David Tribe | 
Humans have always faced tricky safety problems with food because we eat plants, which are the most ingenious pesticide chemists ...

Genetically modified crops shrink farming’s pesticide footprint, says GM supporter

David Tribe | 
No wonder modern apocalyptic mythology about agriculture, sinister stories about pesticides and assertions that genetic engineering of crops break a ...

Time to start reaping GM benefits, says GM supporter

David Tribe | 
Ever since the Asilomar Conference on ‘Recombinant DNA' in February 1975, regulatory policies relating to recombinant DNA technology have focused ...
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