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Genetically modified ‘micro pigs’ to be sold as pets in China

David Cyranoski | 
The GLP aggregated and excerpted this blog/article to reflect the diversity of news, opinion and analysis. Cutting-edge gene-editing techniques have ...
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First strong genetic links to depression identified

Heidi Ledford | 
Jonathan Flint knew the odds of finding genetic sequences linked to depression were slim: a study of 9,000 people with major ...

Delays in Ebola clinical trials offer lessons for future outbreaks

Erika Check Hayden | 
After failing to deliver new treatments in time to fight the now-waning Ebola epidemic in West Africa, public-health experts are ...

Details expected to emerge on President’s personalized medicine initiative

Sara Reardon | 
During his State of the Union address to Congress on Jan. 20, 2015, President Barack Obama announced a programme called ...

Genomics reveals evolutionary history of drug resistant tuberculosis

Ewen Callaway | 
From the dawn of agriculture to the fall of the Soviet Union, major events in human history have left marks ...

Are monkeys intelligent enough to exhibit human-like self recognition?

Ewen Callaway | 
The ability to recognize oneself in a mirror has been touted as a hallmark of higher cognition — present in ...

Expanded efforts to sequence cat genomes may provide clues to human disease

Ewen Callaway | 
Cats may have beaten dogs on the Internet but felines have been a rare breed in genetics labs compared with ...

Conventional plant breeding outpaces GM technology for drought tolerance

Natasha Gilbert | 
Old-fashioned breeding techniques seem to be leading genetic modification in a race to develop crops that can withstand drought and ...

Republication of Séralini GM corn study does not sway critical scientists

Barbara Casassus | 
A controversial paper linking genetically modified maize to the development of tumours in rats, which was published in 2012 and ...

Head of UK Rothamsted–‘oldest agriculture science center in the world’–urges more GMO field trials

Daniel Cressey | 
(Summary) Maurice Moloney, head of UK's Rothamsted Research, the "oldest agriculture science center in the world," speaks to Nature News about his ...

Swedish Society for Nature Conservation denies links to Golden Rice trial vandalism

Marta Paterlini | 
(Summary) The Swedish Society for Nature Conservation has denied any connection to the August attack on a Golden Rice field ...
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