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Viewpoint: Why minority groups should be over-represented in COVID-19 vaccine trials

Esther Choo, Jaimy Lee | 
BioNTech SE, Moderna Inc. and Pfizer Inc. have publicly said they’re pushing to enroll a more diverse group of participants in the pivotal ...
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‘A new way of life’: UK launches COVID-19 contact tracing system with voluntary self-isolation

Bérengère Sim, Callum Keown | 
A test-and-trace system to find and isolate people who come into contact with coronavirus will be launched in the U.K ...
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Can the coronavirus be transmitted sexually? Small study suggests it’s possible

Rupert Steiner | 
The coronavirus disease COVID-19 could be transmitted through sexual intercourse, a new study has concluded, prompting fears of a new ...
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What the rest of the world can learn from Iceland’s mass coronavirus testing project

Nicole Lyn Pesce | 
Big data can come from small places. Iceland’s isolated location and sparse population mean that some vital information about the ...
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Starbucks will debut plant-based Beyond Meat breakfast sandwich in Canada March 3

Tonya Garcia | 
Starbucks Corp. announced [Feb. 26] that it will add a plant-based Beyond Meat Inc. sandwich to the menu in Canada ...
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Tyson Foods’ plant-based ‘chicken’ nuggets now sold in 7,000 stores

Tonya Garcia | 
Tyson Foods Inc. says plant-based nuggets from its Beyond Meat Inc. competitor Raised & Rooted are now in 7,000 stores, ...
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Being poor ‘leaves a mark’ on 10 percent of your genes

Rachel Beals | 
The cycle of poverty isn’t just an economist’s tag slapped on repeat generations of poor, it is actually changing genetics ...
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Before tying the knot, shouldn’t you know your partner’s genetic risks?

Dalton Conley | 
[A]nother technology is afoot that few people know about but that will upend the way we match and reproduce in ...
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Next ‘big thing’ in agriculture? Genetically modified microbes

Matthew Wallenstein | 
Editor's Note: This article was written by Matthew Wallenstein, an associate professor at Colorado State University and director of its ...

Biotech companies seeing IPO market success

Caitlin Huston | 
The GLP aggregated and excerpted this blog/article to reflect the diversity of news, opinion and analysis. The trading debuts of ...
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Are men attracted to brainy women?

Catey Hill | 
The GLP aggregated and excerpted this blog/article to reflect the diversity of news, opinion and analysis.  Men, do smart women ...

China institutes strict measures against surrogate births

Han Wei | 
The central government has said it will take a tougher stance on surrogacy, a practice that has grown underground in ...

Starbucks newest target of anti-GMO campaigners

Green America's GMO Inside campaign today launched a major push to get Starbucks, America's largest coffee chain with more than ...

Genetic modification can help solve global food crisis

Thomas Kostigen | 
The biggest impact investor in the world, Bill Gates, believes one of the solutions to world hunger is through the ...

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