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Ecuador activist group plans nationwide strike to protest country’s loosening of GMO restrictions

Emiliano Rodríguez Mega | 
Burning soy seeds lit up the city streets of Guayaquil, Ecuador, last May as dozens of farmers, activists and indigenous ...

Deciphering genomic data via video games

Amy Nordrum | 
So much data, so little time. That’s the problem confronting geneticists studying the bewilderingly complex human genome, in which no ...

The epigenetic jury is still out on C-sections

Laura Geggel | 
Unbeknownst to Bennett, giving his wife a C-section might have affected their daughter’s DNA, her children’s and her grandchildren’s. People ...
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