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Could lab-grown plants offset agriculture’s environmental footprint?

Could lab-grown plants offset agriculture’s environmental footprint?

Darrell Etherington | 
Researchers at MIT have developed a new method for growing plant tissues in a lab — sort of like how ...
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GMO Impossible beef hits 1,000 new grocery stores as plant-based meat demand surges

Jonathan Shieber | 
Starting [April 17], 777 supermarkets in California, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa and Nevada [began] stocking the Impossible Foods plant-based meat substitute ...

These 12 guidelines could protect us from threats from artificial intelligence

Zack Whittaker | 
After months of work, a set of guidelines designed to protect humanity from a range of threats posed by artificial ...

Creating a safer CRISPR by targeting RNA instead of DNA

Jonathan Shieber | 
Researchers at the prestigious Salk Institute are reporting that they have managed to map the molecular structure of a CRISPR enzyme that could ...
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Boosting speed, efficiency of MRI scans with machine learning

Devin Coldewey | 
Magnetic resonance imaging is an invaluable tool in the medical field, but it’s also a slow and cumbersome process. It ...

Synthego’s pre-edited genetic material makes CRISPR research faster and easier

Jonathan Shieber | 
Synthego, a provider of gene editing services for genomics research and experimentation, has launched a new suite of products that ...

Video: Watch CRISPR’s cutting skills in action

Devin Coldewey | 
The CRISPR-Cas9 gene-editing technique is an important concept to know about in these days of biotech advances, but it can be pretty ...

Whole genome sequencing fuels DNA ‘intelligence revolution’

Gaurav Garg, Mahni Ghorashi | 
We’ve entered a new phase in the history of whole genome sequencing (WGS). Consider that researchers at University of Toronto ...

CRISPR’s promise: Balancing the benefits and risks of human gene editing

Sarah Buhr | 
[W]hat if I told you [that a genetic mutation for cancer], passed down from generation to generation, can be snipped ...
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Is biotechnology changing how humans evolve?

Jamie Metzl | 
The GLP aggregated and excerpted this blog/article to reflect the diversity of news, opinion and analysis. After 4 billion years of ...

High tech agriculture and Big Data could yield farm bonanza

Robyn Metcalfe | 
The GLP aggregated and excerpted this blog/article to reflect the diversity of news, opinion and analysis.  In the second millennium, ...

Do memes mutate and adapt like DNA? Yes, say Facebook data scientists

Josh Constine | 
According to new research from Facebook data scientists, internet memes adapt to their surroundings in order to survive, just like ...
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