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Food sustainability expert says organic crops no healthier, have lower yields, waste land

Sarah Knapton | 
The GLP aggregated and excerpted this blog/article to reflect the diversity of news, opinion and analysis. Organic food is not better than ...

Can dead brains be brought back to life? We may soon find out

Sarah Knapton | 
The GLP aggregated and excerpted this blog/article to reflect the diversity of news, opinion and analysis. A groundbreaking trial to ...

Gay couple’s custody battle in Thailand raises ethical concerns over surrogacy

Ruth Sherlock | 
The GLP aggregated and excerpted this blog/article to reflect the diversity of news, opinion and analysis. A gay couple is going ...

New improved IVF procedure can put end to ‘test tube’ babies

Sarah Knapton | 
The GLP aggregated and excerpted this blog/article to reflect the diversity of news, opinion and analysis. The end of the ...

Ebola-linked death causes new concern in recovering Sierra Leone

The GLP aggregated and excerpted this blog/article to reflect the diversity of news, opinion and analysis. Sierra Leone's government has ...
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Genetically engineered ‘muscley’ dogs bred in China

Madhumita Murgia | 
The GLP aggregated and excerpted this blog/article to reflect the diversity of news, opinion and analysis. Two beagle puppies called ...

No IQ boost from breastfeeding, according to new study

Laura Donnelly | 
The GLP aggregated and excerpted this blog/article to reflect the diversity of news, opinion and analysis.  Breastfeeding does not improve ...

Europe votes to ban cloning due to animal welfare concerns

Pete Wedderburn | 
The GLP aggregated and excerpted this blog/article to reflect the diversity of news, opinion and analysis.  The EU Parliament voted ...

‘Natural’ IVF simpler, possibly safer than conventional method

Ruth Wood | 
More than five million people worldwide born through IVF since the arrival in 1978 of the world’s first “test tube” ...

Failed GMO wheat trial only fits anti-GMO narrative if you don’t understand science

Michael Hanlon | 
Back in 2012, a group of clueless protesters tried to disrupt a trial of genetically-modified wheat, which was taking place ...

Moms’ genes pass fatal flaws onto sons more than daughters

Laura Donnelly | 
Men are doomed by their mothers - because women pass on genetic flaws which may explain why males die sooner, ...
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Former UK Greenpeace chief says anti-GMO campaigners “morally unacceptable”

Christopher Hope | 
Campaigning against the use of Genetically Modified crops in Britain is “morally unacceptable”, according to the former head of the ...
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Should donor-conceived children have legal right to know biological parents?

Olivia Gordon | 
Joanna Rose’s father, if he is still alive, would be perfectly within his rights to refuse to have anything to ...
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Rules force British organic farmers to use homeopathic remedies on their animals

Sarah Knapton | 
British organic farmers are being forced to treat their livestock with homeopathic remedies under European Commission rules branded ‘scientifically illiterate’ ...
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First IVF baby in Europe born with DNA selected to eliminate muscular dystrophy risk

Sarah Knapton | 
The first baby has been born in Europe from a new IVF procedure that checks embryos for devastating genetic disorders ...

GMO plant oil could be healthy, sustainable alternative for feeding salmon

Sarah Knapton | 
Genetically modified plants created by British scientists to contain health boosting Omega-3 have been declared a safe alternative to fish ...
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New EU GMO approval system could open door to Britain, other countries approving more GE crops

Geoffrey Lean | 
You could call it a victory for common sense. The European Parliament is expected to confirm an astonishing departure from ...
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Gene behind aggressive form of breast cancer identified

Sarah Knapton | 
Scientists have identified the gene behind one of most aggressive forms of breast cancer in a breakthrough which could bring ...

Your dog’s body language shows whether he hears your command

Sarah Knapton | 
If you are worried that your dog is not paying attention to what you are saying simply look at where ...

UK Parliament votes to ban abortion on basis of sex

Georgia Graham | 
MPs have voted overwhelmingly in favour of a motion declaring that sex-selection abortion is illegal. They voted 181 to 1 ...

Can stem cells repair damaged eyes and reverse blindness?

Sarah Knapton | 
Hundreds of thousands of people who are registered blind have been offered new hope after scientists discovered special stem cells ...

Three-parent IVF policy in Britain raises ethical debate

Sarah Knapton | 
Three parent babies born from a controversial IVF technique which uses the donor DNA to fix genetic defects will never ...

Three-parent IVF possibly to begin next year in Britain

Sarah Knapton | 
New regulations to allow mitochondrial DNA transfer will now be put before parliament following a three month consultation. If passed, ...

India condemns Greenpeace, Vandana Shiva as ‘national security threats’

Dean Nelson | 
India's intelligence agency has targeted an adviser to Prince Charles and British activists in a campaign against Greenpeace and other ...

Older fathers have less attractive children because genetics

Sarah Knapton | 
Older fathers have less attractive children because of extra genetic mutations in their genes, scientists have found. Children of older ...

Hacked relatives DNA information could expose your genetic secrets

Sarah Knapton | 
The genetic information of hundreds of thousands of Britons could be revealed through ‘hacking’ into the DNA of their relatives ...

There’s nothing wrong with looking for ‘gay genes’

Tom Chivers | 
The Left loves to tell the Right that it's anti-science, pointing (not without reason) to the correlation between conservative beliefs ...

Gene for a thick cerebral cortex linked to high intelligence

Sarah Knapton | 
A gene which may make people more intelligent has been discovered by scientists. Researchers have found that teenagers who had ...