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The social consequences of the GMO debate

The social consequences of the GMO debate

SciMoms | 
The GMO debate has been raging for two decades, but this debate isn’t actually about GMOs at all. Rather, “GMOs” ...
Risk In Perspective: Hazard and Risk Are Critically Different Things

Risk In Perspective: Hazard and Risk Are Critically Different Things

Thoughtscapism | 
The difference between hazard and risk is a critical distinction. Hazard and risk describe two different but related concepts. The ...
Science Moms hit back at anti-GMO group's Monsanto 'shill' accusations

Science Moms hit back at anti-GMO group’s Monsanto ‘shill’ accusations

Blog | 
[Editor's note: Alison Bernstein, Anastasia Bodnar, Jenny Splitter, Kavin Senapathy, Layla Katiraee, and Natalie Newell are part of a group called Science ...
Understanding toxicity: Caffeine '40 times more toxic' than glyphosate herbicide

Understanding toxicity: Caffeine ’40 times more toxic’ than glyphosate herbicide

Food and Farm Discussion Lab | 
[Editor's note: Alison Bernstein is a neuroscientist who studies the role of epigenetics and environmental exposures in Parkinson’s disease.] LD50 ...
Three scientist-mothers explain why they avoid non-GMO products

Three scientist-mothers explain why they avoid non-GMO products

Medium | 
[The Non-GMO Project] NGP leads consumers to believe that choosing non-GMO is consistent with values that consumers (including ourselves) seek ...
Epigenetics, pregnancy and the Holocaust: How trauma can shape future generations

Epigenetics, pregnancy and the Holocaust: How trauma can shape future generations

Genetic Literacy Project | 
The fetus of pregnant moms who experience traumatic events are permanently effected? Are the changes passed down to future generations? ...
In research, does conflicts of interest mean scientific misconduct?

In research, does conflicts of interest mean scientific misconduct?

Biology Fortified | 
The GLP aggregated and excerpted this blog/article to reflect the diversity of news, opinion and analysis. We need to talk ...
Why the GMO debate matters

Why the GMO debate matters

Genetic Literacy Project | 
GMOs may be a hot topic in policy circles and among foodies, but surveys show the public is indifferent to ...
Companies make big bucks by making you afraid of chemicals

Companies make big bucks by making you afraid of chemicals

Forbes | 
The GLP aggregated and excerpted this blog/article to reflect the diversity of news, opinion and analysis. Most people don’t realize ...
Trick or Treat: The tale of 'dangerous' Pumpkin Spice Latte

Trick or Treat: The tale of ‘dangerous’ Pumpkin Spice Latte

Genetic Literacy Project | 
Starbucks is following other food companies in caving to foodie demonization campaigns about chemicals. Why that hurts all of us ...
Scientist deconstructs Séralini’s PLOS GMO study: 'Failed attempt at redemption'

Scientist deconstructs Séralini’s PLOS GMO study: ‘Failed attempt at redemption’

Genetic Literacy Project | 
Séralini's latest paper is a thinly veiled attempt to address the consensus scientific criticism of his previous work, retracted by ...
Watch scientist challenge the scare-promoting Food Babe

Watch scientist challenge the scare-promoting Food Babe

Genetic Literacy Project | 
Food Babe has built her career on denigrating scientists, farmers and food experts. Then she encountered Alison Bernstein, aka Mommy ...
#ScientistsArePeople! "Mommy PhD" campaign challenges anti-GMO death, rape threats against scientists

#ScientistsArePeople! “Mommy PhD” campaign challenges anti-GMO death, rape threats against scientists

Genetic Literacy Project | 
I'm a scientist. Yet when I go on to advocacy blogs to share science-based information, my comments are deleted. I’m ...