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Congressman, professor argue organics promotes sustainable sustainability

Michael Shank, Rep. Matt Cartwright | 
The GLP aggregated and excerpted this blog/article to reflect the diversity of news, opinion and analysis. The World Health Organization’s ...
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Neil Young’s anti-GMO campaign is sham

Tony Dokoupil | 
Neil Young is a perennially pissed-off legend of rock, a toe-tapping lyricist who has used his songs to protest a ...

Kansas tea partier finds common cause with liberals on GMO labeling

Ned Resnikoff | 
Todd Tiahrt is a proud former member of the House tea party caucus. He claims to have a “100 percent pro-life ...

Will Supreme Court decide companies can own human genes?

Geoffrey Cowley | 
The following is an edited excerpt. The question before the U.S. Supreme Court is whether Myriad Genetics, a Utah-based biotech ...

Biotech meets DIY hacker culture in Seattle

Alan Boyle, Thierry Vrain | 
The following is an edited excerpt. Right now it's a storeroom filled to the ceiling with cardboard boxes and cast-off ...
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At last, the tomato genome sequence comes to fruition

Jennifer Welsh | 
For years scientists have slaved away, trying to piece together the genes that make up the ripe, red goodness that ...
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What is life? Follow the bits

Alan Boyle | 
The debate over the definition of life is getting messier and messier, but one of the pioneers on the biochemical ...
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