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Roundup ban? Glyphosate-free farming would mean higher food prices

Jacqueline Rowarth | 
Food production without the use of glyphosate (commonly sold as Roundup) to control weeds, will mean increased food prices. ...
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The disconnect between predictions of a ‘bee-apocalypse’ and rising bee populations

Media stories around bee-apocalypse and imminent collapse of the human food system require a dose of reality. ... There are ...
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New Zealand farmers group drops lawsuit, paving way for local GMO bans

Jamie Morton | 
Federated Farmers has dropped a legal battle against rulings allowing regional councils to decide whether genetically modified organisms (GMOs) can ...
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1 in 4 carry mutation that increases risk of depression as they grow older

Abigail Miller | 
A quarter of the US population carries a gene that makes people more likely to develop depression as they age, ...
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‘Super milk’: Offspring of GE cows retain hypoallergenic modifications

Jamie Morton | 
In 2012, Daisy the genetically engineered dairy calf made headlines around the world after researchers at AgResearch used a genetic ...

New Zealand anti-GMO activists’ rejection of gene editing could have dire economic consequnces

Will Barker | 
New Zealand urgently needs to have an informed discussion on new science technologies — and genetically modified organisms (GMO) and ...
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“In Vitro Meat Cookbook” visualizes humane meat-eating of future

Dutch-based scientists, chefs and artists have launched the world's first cookbook for lab-grown meat - serving up a bizarre assortment ...

GE foods make comeback in New Zealand

Rebecca Reider | 
The GE-free movement was one of the great activist successes in New Zealand history. In 1999, 20,000 people marched down ...

Gene doping may be the next dangerous athletic cheat

Andrew Alderson | 
"Bionic man is not far away". That's the assessment of World Anti-Doping Agency director-general David Howman as his organisation prepares ...

Causes of cancer may lurk in the unsequenced gaps of the human genome

Jamie Morton | 
The DNA sequence of the human genome is an iconic breakthrough in biology. Originally released more than 10 years ago, ...

Auckland Council at odds with government on stricter GM rules

Isaac Davison | 
Auckland Council and the Government are on a collision course over rules for genetically modified crops after councillors decided to ...

Genetic tests reveal need for vitamins

Martin Johnston | 
Genetic testing and a vitamin supplement helped dietitian Dr Sylvia Escott-Stump find a stable path for her son after he ...

GM government panel warns New Zealand that it could miss the GM bus

Jamie Morton | 
New Zealand has been issued an ultimatum by GM heavyweights - change our tune on genetically modified food or watch ...