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GMO chestnut trees could help revitalize New York’s Native American communities

The American chestnut once dominated the eastern forests of the United States. A fungal pathogen, Cryphonectria parasitica, was introduced to ...
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$5 lab-grown burger could be ready by 2021

Daniel Nelson | 
Back in 2013, the emerging biotech field of lab-grown meat products held a tasting of a lab-grown burger which cost a staggering ...
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Viewpoint: Lab-grown meat could lead to a ‘greener, safer, and more humane future’

Elizabeth Specht, Waverly Eichhorst | 
An emerging body of research unequivocally confirms the need to shift our diets away from a dependency on animal agriculture, ...
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GMO insect-resistant Bt tomatoes could control leaf miner pest, reduce insecticide use

Anne Frary | 
Editor's note: Anne Frary is a professor in the department of molecular biology and genetics at the Izmir Institute of ...
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