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California bill would curb open records requests used to harass biotech, public health researchers

Michael Halpern | 
Corporations and activists from the left and the right are abusing open records laws to harass public university researchers. A ...
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Harassment of scientists not ‘necessary evil in quest for science accountability’

Michael Halpern | 
The GLP aggregated and excerpted this blog/article to reflect the diversity of news, opinion and analysis. On January 10, the New ...
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Union of Concerned Scientists: ‘USDA does not invest sufficiently in agroecology’

The GLP aggregated and excerpted this blog/article to reflect the diversity of news, opinion and analysis. Our entrenched industrial agriculture system has ...

Improving open records rules can provide transparency, protect scientists from harassment

Michael Halpern | 
The GLP aggregated and excerpted this blog/article to reflect the diversity of news, opinion and analysis. Some argue that we ...
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Union of Concerned Scientists joins criticism of USRTK, PLoS on biotech science literacy “transparency”

Aaron Huertas | 
UCS joins a growing list of independent groups criticizing Paul Thacker and Charles Seife for misrepresentations in their article savaging ...
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Corn: Debating the importance of corn in feeding the planet

Ricardo Salvador, Tamar Haspel | 
For the Union of Concerned Scientists, Ricardo Salvador writes, in part: Nowhere is the power and prowess of agricultural science ...
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Corn? No. Why we need to cut down corn production

Ricardo Salvador | 
Nowhere is the power and prowess of agricultural science so evident as in the Midwestern Corn Belt. Since the 19th century, ...

Agroecology, conventional breeding superior to GMOs

Doug Gurian-Sherman | 
My last post discussed the success of public sector scientists who discovered and developed genes in soybean, using conventional breeding, that confer ...