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Thai scientist argues country ready for GM crops

Pratch Rujivanarom | 
The GLP aggregated and excerpted this blog/article to reflect the diversity of news, opinion and analysis. Standing in the frontline of ...

Can gene editing preserve line between medicine and eugenics?

Nathaniel Comfort | 
CRISPR is the latest chapter in a long, darkly comic history of human genetic improvement. Like whole-gene engineering in the ...

De-extinction aspirations walk line between noble and selfish

Cathy Gere | 
The conceit of Beth Shapiro's disturbing and thoughtful new book, How to Clone a Mammoth, is that it is a ...

Health, ethics, or money: What’s really driving CRISPR debate?

Patricia J. Williams | 
A momentous technological revolution is unfolding in our very real, no longer fictive ability to easily and cheaply alter the ...

Liberal mag Nation on food fight: GMOs can provide sustainable food

Madeline Ostrander | 
In about 40 years, relentless dry spells may be more frequent across the Southwest, say climate scientists, and California may have ...

Borlaug’s Green Revolution: Neither green, nor revolutionary

Najma Sadeque | 
The Rockefeller Foundation, always around for funding long-term investments such as food and agriculture which the US government views as ...

Opinion: Death by GM contamination

Najma Sadeque | 
How did all this happen? Easily. By steady, unrelenting persuasion by a chemical-cum-GM seed multinational sitting around in Pakistan the ...

Destroy GMO-tainted papaya crops, researcher says

Pongphon Sarnsamak | 
Academics yesterday called on the Agriculture Department to destroy farms growing Hawaiian papaya in Kanchanaburi province after a recent study ...