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Does most public research funding come from industry?

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Who funds public research? UC Davis animal geneticist Alison Van Eenennaam says a funding analysis reveals that most of it ...
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Will – And Should – Gene Edited Animals Be Regulated?

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Regulations proposed by the FDA on the final day of the Obama Administration suggest the agency wants to regulate gene ...
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Glyphosate-based Roundup herbicide linked to liver disease in rats? Researcher Séralini under fire again

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Animal geneticist Alison Van Eenennaam walks us through a new study by controversial researcher Giles-Eric Séralini, who once again links ...
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FDA proposal to regulate gene edited animals is ‘nonsensical’

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Genetic modification of animals is heavily regulated -- so much so that only one major innovation has been approved by ...
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UC Davis’ Alison Van Eenennaam’s deep dive into latest Séralini GMOs-are-dangerous paper

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The controversial paper by the Séralini team challenges a central tenet of biotech proponents: are GM crops 'substantially equivalent' to ...
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‘Agrochemical academic complex’: Should industry fund research?

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According to a recent piece in the NYT: Industry funded researchers are shills and the rest are tree-hugging greenies. UC ...
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Teenager raped to death in US Animal Research Center (NY Times’ Michael Moss’ F in journalism)

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In January 2015, New York Times journalist Michael Moss skewered the research protocols of the US Meat Animal Research Center ...
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Alison Van Eenennaam v Jennifer Kuzma: How should hornless cows and gene editing be regulated?

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Dairy cows, which come from the Holstein breed, naturally grow horns. On farms, the horns are often physically removed because ...
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Alison Van Eenennaam: Anti-GMO activists target public scientists

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As the mock trial circus winds down in the Hague, fringe anti-GMO activists plan to reinvigorate their targeting of independent ...
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Do researchers need to engage, teach consumers more in GMO debate?

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The GLP aggregated and excerpted this blog/article to reflect the diversity of news, opinion and analysis.  The lack of progress ...
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Milk: Not good source of omega-3 fatty acids, even when organic

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The GLP aggregated and excerpted this blog/article to reflect the diversity of news, opinion and analysis. I have had a ...

Alison Van Eenennaam: Why botched Italian GMO soy study never made science sense

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Italian researcher, Federico Infascelli, is under fire for allegedly misrepresenting data in his publications. Regardless of outcome, his data was ...

‘Regulate animal biotechnology based on product rather than process’

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The GLP aggregated and excerpted this blog/article to reflect the diversity of news, opinion and analysis. . . . “Modern” ...
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Biotech researchers concerned FOIA requests could chill public outreach

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Publicly funded researchers have become integrated into public relations and lobbying efforts by both agricultural biotechnology and organic companies, according ...

Talking Biotech: Engineering hornless cows; Blueberry origins

Hornless cattle gene editing: Alison Van Eenennaam; Domestic blueberries: Paul Lyrene ...

Podcast: UC-Davis’ Van Eenennaam on health impact of GMO crops on humans and animals

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University of California-Davis animal biotechnology professor Alison Van Eenennaam, author of recent research published in the Journal of Animal Science [NOTE: article behind paywall ...
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Genetically engineered animals: Are they the future?

As a University of California, Davis researcher explains, the technology used to genetically engineer crops may soon find an important ...