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Herbicides and fungicides could be key factors in bee health problems, study finds

Elana Glowatz | 
Honey bees might be drawn to the very chemicals that are endangering them, based on experiments in which they preferred ...
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Progression of HIV triggered by each patient’s genes

Lea Surugue | 
Scientists have long observed important differences in the rate of disease progression among individuals infected with HIV. It is now ...
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We did not evolve small teeth because of brain development or primitive food-cutting tools

Lea Surugue | 
The human brain and teeth have not evolved together in humans, unlike what past studies had suggested. ... Compared with ...
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Premenstrual dysphoric disorder: Debilitating form of PMS has genetic basis

Martha Henriques | 
It's genetic – the debilitating form of premenstrual syndrome with very severe cramps, irritability, breast soreness and muscle aches known ...
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Genetic evidence identifies schizophrenia as ‘modern’ disease

Lea Surugue | 
Schizophrenia is a "modern" disease, which developed after humans diverged from Neanderthals, between 300,000 and 700,000 years ago. Scientists say ...
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Could synthetic biology become tomorrow’s richest industry?

Ben Rooney | 
The GLP aggregated and excerpted this blog/article to reflect the diversity of news, opinion and analysis. [E]conomic growth comes down ...

Latest lawsuit alleges that Chipotle tried to cover up norovirus outbreak

Julia Glum | 
The GLP aggregated and excerpted this blog/article to reflect the diversity of news, opinion and analysis. Lawyers representing seven people ...

Brazil fines major corporations for failure to label products containing GMOs

Elizabeth Whitman | 
The GLP aggregated and excerpted this blog/article to reflect the diversity of news, opinion and analysis. Brazil's Ministry of Justice ...

Home-grown sex hormones may become reality with genetically modified tobacco plant

Darwin Malicdem | 
The GLP aggregated and excerpted this blog/article to reflect the diversity of news, opinion and analysis. Transgender people may soon ...

Scotland banning GMOs over objections of Scottish farmers

Karthick Arvinth | 
Scotland is to ban the cultivation of genetically modified (GM) produce, the country's rural ministry has announced. Rural affairs secretary Richard ...

Pharmaceutical companies relying on genetic data to develop new drugs

Amy Nordrum | 
To find out what exactly can go wrong when genes get out of whack, the U.S. government got the ball ...

60-million-year-old fossils found in China revolutionizing evolution of complex life

Kate Spicer | 
Three spherical fossils discovered in China are believed to be from the world's earliest animals, dating back 600 million years ...
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How did we tame wild animals?

Lydia Smith | 
Genes controlling the development of the brain and nervous system were fundamentally important for animal domestication, according to new research ...
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Can neuroscience offer advice on business relationships?

Ian Silvera | 
Jan Hills, founder of leadership development consultancy Head Heart + Brain, sat down with IBTimes UK to talk about her ...

What would a world without GMOs look like? You might be surprised

Roxanne Palmer | 
We had a little thought experiment in mind: what if the activists got their wish? What would a world without ...

Shorter people less likely to have high IQs

Tom Porter | 
Shorter people are likely to be less intelligent than taller people, according to scientists. Scientists in London and Edinburgh claim ...

Zoo animals tend to be genetic disasters

Aaron Akinyemi | 
Many popular animals kept in zoos across Europe have become deeply inbred and very little "genetic integrity", a new report ...

For the first time, developing countries producing more GM crops than developed world

Mike Obel | 
This year, for the first time in the 20 years that genetically modified crops have been available, farmers in developing ...

Scientists reconstruct genomes of Ice-Age animals

Zoe Mintz | 
The genomes of giant Ice Age animals were reconstructed thanks to a new technique that may advance our understanding of ...

GE misconceptions, risks, and rewards, one Cornell scientist’s take

Roxanne Palmer | 
The following is an edited excerpt. GE crops have been in American fields and grocery stores for more than a ...

EU GMO policy paradox: Farmers can’t plant GM corn, but it can be imported

Roxanne Palmer | 
The following is an excerpt. Europe needs to embrace genetically engineered crops or face economic decline, according to a group ...

GMO health risks: What the scientific evidence says

Roxanne Palmer | 
The following is an excerpt. Many Americans are concerned about the spread of genetically modified organisms throughout agriculture -- and ...

Chinese scientists may soon be able to genetically engineer smarter children

Michelle FlorCruz | 
The following is an edited excerpt. A company in China is attempting to identify common alleles in the DNA of ...