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Chef Tom Colicchio weighs in against the ‘DARK act’

Tom Colicchio | 
It’s not surprising that as a chef, I want to know what I am feeding my customers. It’s also not ...
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Doctor Is In: Despite evidence of GMO safety, this doctor still skeptical

David Samadi | 
Chipotle announced plans this week to stop serving foods made with genetically modified ingredients — after being the first corporate ...
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Celebrity chef Tom Colicchio calls for GMO labeling in New York

Tom Colicchio | 
A consumer goes to the produce aisle in the supermarket and sees five displays of strawberries. The first is labeled ...

Urban students’ ancestry added to National Geographic project

Bary Paddock, ERICA PEARSON | 
Through City College biology professor Michael Hickerson’s project, 200 students are participating in a global research initiative run by National ...
Can HIV be removed with 'molecular scissors'?

Can HIV be removed with ‘molecular scissors’?

Michael Walsh | 
German scientists have used a genetic modification technique known as "molecular scissors" to cut HIV out of infected cells. Could ...

GMO foes blast Scientific American editorial decrying labeling laws

David Knowles | 
In the growing battle over GMO foods, science is being used as a weapon. GMO labeling activists are decrying an editorial ...
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GMO opponents rail against the “Monsanto Protection Act”

David Knowles | 
A new resolution would seem to place the commercial concerns of Monsanto, the world’s largest producer of GM crops and ...

India: Supreme Court declines to restrain GM crops’ field trials

The Supreme Court Monday declined to restrain the government from going ahead with the open field trials of the GM ...
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