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‘You have to have the courage to do it’: Kevin Folta on why scientists need to communicate with the public about GMOs

Jessie Scott | 
On Sunday, September 6, 2015, scientist Kevin Folta made the front page of the New York Times. ... [T]he Times article ...
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Gene-edited pigs could eliminate need for castration

Betsy Freese, Tad Sonstegard | 
Castrating pigs is not a favorite chore for pork producers, but it’s necessary for meat quality and barn management. Now, ...
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Will Australia free CRISPR gene-edited crops from government regulation?

Chuck Abbott | 
Gene editing technology – CRISPR is the best-known example – would be freed from government regulation under a proposal by ...
5 gene-edited crops slated to hit the market in the near future

5 gene-edited crops slated to hit the market in the near future

Gil Gullickson | 
Farmers quickly gleaned agronomic benefits from GMO technology. Consumers? Not so much. Gene editing could change that, since it’s keying ...
Ecomodernist agriculture: Farmers need science and technology to limit environmental footprint

Ecomodernist agriculture: Farmers need science and technology to limit environmental footprint

Mark Lynas | 
It takes roughly 6 square miles to support one hunting-gathering human. Modern intensive farming, by contrast, can support up to ...
Geneticist Alison Van Eenennaam: Genetic engineering could save farm animals from disease

Geneticist Alison Van Eenennaam: Genetic engineering could save farm animals from disease

Alison Van Eenennaam, Gene Johnston | 
Alison Van Eenennaam is one of agriculture’s leading voices of reason and persuasion in support of good science in food ...

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