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How good storytelling can help consumers see the benefits of GMOs, synthetic biology

Karl Schmieder, Kostas Vavitsas | 
Synthetic biology is a field full of exciting stories .... I asked Karl Schmieder, a seasoned communications and strategy consultant ...
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‘Teaching plants new tricks’: How synthetic biology is reshaping agriculture

Steven Burgess | 
Aug 7-9, San Jose, California – the American Society for Plant Biology (ASPB) showcased the latest research in Plant Synthetic Biology ...

Quick fix: Gene therapy could offer less invasive pet contraception

Ricki Lewis | 
Might gene therapy provide a one-time, far less invasive way to ensure that cats and dogs do not beget kittens ...

CRISPR 2.0: Tweaking gene editing tool to revolutionize precision medicine

Thomas Clements | 
CRISPR has been hailed as one of the most promising gene editing technologies and promises to revolutionize precision medicine and ...
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Should we accept the extinction of endangered species as just another part of evolution?

Jeff Atkins | 
A recent opinion piece in the Washington Post from Dr. Robert Alexander Pyron has created quite the stir in the conservation and ...
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