Articles written specifically for the GLP or articles that are reposted from other sources (sometimes in modified form) by agreement or with permission list the source as Genetic Literacy Project. Excerpted articles posted in our Daily Digests are identified as excerpts of posts culled from the web. Each Daily Digest post lists the original media outlet as the source next to the name of the author. Excerpts are posted under guidelines for Fair Use and Creative Commons for educational nonprofits (501c3). The GLP’s Fair use policy for posting excerpts and using images is explained here.

Could we protect bees from neonicotinoid insecticides by planting trees?

Ariana Brocious | KUNC | 
[I]t's unlikely farmers will give up or limit pesticide use, so instead, a team of researchers at the University of ...
pigs virusresistance

Food industry aims to win public trust of CRISPR gene-edited crops and animals

Kristofor Husted | KUNC | 
There’s a genetic technology that scientists are eager to apply to food, touting its possibilities for things like mushrooms that ...
bigstock Fresh Fruits And Vegetables

Non-browning Arctic Apple rollout foreshadows more genetically engineered fruits and vegetables

Grant Gerlock | KUNC | 
Advances like gene silencing and other gene editing methods, like CRISPR technology, make biotech plant breeding cheaper and more precise than the ...

Boulder, Colorado finalizing plans to institute GMO ban, support for organic farming

Harvest Public Media, Luke Runyon | KUNC | 
Officials in Boulder County have released a plan to remove all genetically-modified crops from county-owned farmland within the next five years. ...
glp menu logo outlined

Newsletter Subscription

* indicates required
Email Lists