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Viewpoint: From GMOs to vaccines to climate change, we need to challenge anti-science activism in the 2020s

Peter Hotez | 
The last decade was remarkable for a rise in antiscience activities, especially in the areas of climate change, air pollution, ...
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Microbiomes could help plants grow, resist disease and make agriculture more sustainable

Posy Busby et al. | 
Feeding a growing world population amidst climate change requires optimizing the reliability, resource use, and environmental impacts of food production ...
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Bee-apocalypse update: Honeybee deaths linked to gut microbe-altering antibiotic

Kasie Raymann, Nancy Moran, Zack Shaffer | 
[Editor's note: Kasie Raymann, Zach Shaffer, and Nancy Moran are researchers in the Department of Integrative Biology at the University ...

GM debate distracts from urgent need to address food security and sustainability

Ottoline Leyser | 
Once again, there are calls to reopen the debate on genetically modified (GM) crops. I find these calls frustrating and ...

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