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Biologist aims to ‘democratize’ gene editing with DIY CRISPR kit

Lisa M. Krieger | 
The GLP aggregated and excerpted this blog/article to reflect the diversity of news, opinion and analysis. On the kitchen table ...

Glowing bacteria detect diabetes, cancer in patients’ urine

Lisa M. Krieger | 
A Stanford-designed project has built a startling new tool for diagnostic medicine: living biosensors made of bacteria that glow a ...

CRISPR founder fighting for patent rights to gene-editing tool

Lisa M. Krieger | 
Will the University of California reap the financial rewards of CRISPR's commercial use, likely worth billions of dollars? That's the ...

23andMe focuses on data portal for researchers

Heather Somerville | 
In less than a decade, biotech company 23andMe has turned a refrigerator full of spit into one of the largest ...
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California bill to prevent genetic testing without consent

Jessica Shugart | 
If you want to keep your DNA to yourself, be sure not to leave any stray hairs, Q-tips or underwear ...
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In battle over Prop. 37, a tale of two farms

Wall Street JournalIn battle over Prop. 37, a tale of two farmsSan Jose Mercury NewsThe incendiary issue is at the ...
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In battle over Prop. 37, a tale of two farms

Dana Hull | 
Wall Street JournalIn battle over Prop. 37, a tale of two farmsSan Jose Mercury NewsThe incendiary issue is at the ...

Reality check: Anti-Proposition 37 ad is partially misleading

Dana Hull | 
What's the charge? Henry I. Miller, a fellow at Stanford University's Hoover Institution who was founding director of the Food ...

In the Prop 37 food fight, is fair play losing out?

Jason Hoppin | 
On Nov. 6, voters will decide whether to approve the country's first law requiring labels for genetically modified foods. More ...
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Monsanto: ‘No’ to GM food labeling in California, ‘yes’ to GM food labeling in Great Britain? Why?

Dana Hull | 
Monsanto fully supports the labeling of foods with genetically engineered products. In the United Kingdom. St. Louis-based Monsanto, a leading ...
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