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Viewpoint: The public loses when a ‘prestigious’ journal such as Nature indulges in political activism

Viewpoint: The public loses when a ‘prestigious’ journal such as Nature indulges in political activism

Genetic Literacy Project | 
Is this really about science, or is something else going on here? ...
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Viewpoint: Questioning Nature’s publication of anti-glyphosate letter

Genetic Literacy Project | 
On March 21, 2018, Nature published a letter by French journalists Stéphane Foucart and Stéphane Horel, “Risks associated with glyphosate ...
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Genetically modified plant could make cheaper malaria drugs. Will anti-GMO activists oppose it?

European Scientist | 
A team of mainly Chinese researchers [recently published] “The Genome of Artemisia annua Provides Insight into the Evolution of Asteraceae ...
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Viewpoint: North American scientists, IARC officials conspired to misrepresent glyphosate health risks

Genetic Literacy Project | 
On March 20, 2015, the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) announced that it had classified glyphosate, the active substance ...
Bayer's proposed takeover of Monsanto has GMO critics taking aspirin

Bayer’s proposed takeover of Monsanto has GMO critics taking aspirin

Genetic Literacy Project | 
Politicians and activists have been speaking out against Bayer's acquisition of Monsanto. Should consumers and farmers worry about the increasing ...

Europe’s battle over glyphosate ‘was never about science’

EurActiv | 
André Heitz is an agronomist and a former international civil servant for the United Nations. . . . [T]he European Commission ...

Glyphosate controversy never about science but rather ‘activist’s war on Big Ag’

EurActiv | 
. . . [W]hat exactly makes glyphosate such a controversial issue? One must look no further than the . ...