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AAAS editorial: Shift GMO regulations to focus on “consequences of doing nothing”

Gordon Duff, Jackie Hunter | 
In Canada, a trait-based regulatory system is used in which the actual trait, such as drought or disease resistance, rather ...
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Who will regulate lab-grown meat, other products of ‘cellular agriculture’?

Elizabeth Devitt | 
[T]he test tube burger. . . has helped put a spotlight on the question of how the U.S. government will ...

Bacteria that resides in our nose produces MRSA killing antibiotic

Kai Kupferschmidt | 
A new antibiotic that has, quite literally, emerged from the human nose. The compound is produced by one species of ...

National Academies urge US agencies to reject updates on research rules

David Malakoff | 
The GLP aggregated and excerpted this blog/article to reflect the diversity of news, opinion and analysis. On June 29, a National ...
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Genes remain active, or even switch on, after death

Mitch Leslie | 
The GLP aggregated and excerpted this blog/article to reflect the diversity of news, opinion and analysis. Does death really mean ...
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Herbicide glyphosate facing ban in Europe? Here’s a backgrounder

Erik Stokstad | 
The GLP aggregated and excerpted this blog/article to reflect the diversity of news, opinion and analysis. It's hard to find ...
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Academies GMO report points to regulatory challenges ahead for gene edited crops

Kelly Servick | 
The GLP aggregated and excerpted this blog/article to reflect the diversity of news, opinion and analysis. The [National Academies of ...

Organic Consumer Association invokes chemical scares in suing organic infant formula maker

Derek Lowe | 
The GLP aggregated and excerpted this blog/article to reflect the diversity of news, opinion and analysis. Chemjobber put me on to this ...

U.S. government convenes panel of biotech researchers ahead of update to regulations

Kelly Servick | 
The GLP aggregated and excerpted this blog/article to reflect the diversity of news, opinion and analysis. The U.S. government is ...
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DNA forensics not so infallible after all

Douglas Starr | 
The GLP aggregated and excerpted this blog/article to reflect the diversity of news, opinion and analysis. On a Tuesday morning ...
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Improving crop yields necessary to save biodiversity, lower greenhouse emissions

Ben Phalan | 
The GLP aggregated and excerpted this blog/article to reflect the diversity of news, opinion and analysis. Expansion of land area ...

Heritable mutations significantly impact cancer risk

Jennifer Couzin-Frankel | 
The GLP aggregated and excerpted this blog/article to reflect the diversity of news, opinion and analysis. Hospitals increasingly experiment with ...
Dietary supplements filled with dangerous ingredients but "natural" industry blocks labeling, transparency

Dietary supplements filled with dangerous ingredients but “natural” industry blocks labeling, transparency

Jennifer Couzin-Frankel | 
The GLP aggregated and excerpted this blog/article to reflect the diversity of news, opinion, and analysis. Pieter Cohen, an internist in ...

Rice with barley genes emits less greenhouse gas

Erik Stokstad | 
A new type of genetically modified (GM) rice might significantly lessen the impact of agriculture on the climate. The plant, ...

Triceratops’s newly discovered cousin displays unique evolutionary history

Michael Balter | 
They call him “Hellboy,” and it’s easy to see why. Had you been there when it lived 68 million years ...
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German scientists lobby for GM labeling of all products—saying there’s nothing to fear

Kai Kupferschmidt | 
When it comes to labeling genetically modified (GM) food, the battle lines are usually clear: Those who oppose genetic engineering ...

Common additives in processed foods could cause inflammatory diseases

Kelly Servick | 
The ingredients that lend a smooth, stable consistency to ice cream, chocolate bars, and other packaged snacks may promote certain ...

Feeding toddlers peanuts may prevent peanut allergies

Jennifer Couzin-Frankel | 
It may sound radical, but it works: Eating peanuts slashes the chance of a peanut allergy, at least in children ...
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Mimicking Climategate, anti-GMO activists fund legal attack on biotech academics

Keith Kloor | 
US Right to Know, funded mostly by organic activists, is using the Freedom of Information Act to target scientists it ...

Mining genetic wealth of agricultural gene banks

Virginia Gewin | 
Agricultural gene banks hope soon to cease serving primarily as warehouses for plant seeds and start capitalizing on the often ...

Does smoking while pregnant harm babies’ DNA?

Jennifer Balmer | 
Pregnant women who smoke don’t just harm the health of their baby—they may actually impair their child’s DNA, according to ...

MERS papers are duplicates, point to dysfunction is Saudi scientific community

Kai Kupferschmidt | 
A great story can be told again and again. But scientists working on the deadly Middle East respiratory syndrome (MERS) ...
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Dolly and other animals cannot be patented says court, rattling cloning proponents

Kelly Servick | 
Dolly the sheep enjoyed a brief and highly publicized life as the first mammal cloned from an adult cell before ...

Why don’t humans grow into Goliaths?

Viviane Callier | 
It’s no secret that a mouse stops growing before it becomes the size of a whale. But the physiological and ...

Department of Defense makes new push into biotech

Kelly Servick | 
The U.S. Department of Defense’s research arm is making a concerted grasp at biotechnology. On 1 April, the Defense Advanced ...

Q: Why are we still shouting about GMOs? A: Because we’re not listening.

Kelly Servick | 
Why is it so hard for scientists and the public to agree about the use of genetically modified organisms (GMOs) ...

Fifty years later, dispute over who discovered Down Syndrome

Elizabeth Pain | 
It would have been a personal triumph for Marthe Gautier, an 88-year-old pediatric cardiologist and scientist living in Paris. On ...

Genetic study reveals new species of rainbow-colored lizard

Nsikan Akpan | 
A genetic investigation into the illegal trade of sailfin dragons has unearthed a surprise: a new species of the rainbow-colored ...