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GMO wine: Are we ready for it?

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Genetic modification of grapes could help wine growers deal with a range of challenges -- if they can be convinced ...
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Viewpoint: No, wild bees haven’t been decimated by neonicotinoids, glyphosate

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Bees and pesticides (and not just insecticides) have been the focus of activists and scientists alike, particularly since a 2006-2008 ...
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Predictability: Why there’s no reason to be looking for ‘unexpected surprises’ in GMO breeding

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There's a big difference between "unintended" and "unexpected" effects from genetics and breeding, and regulators are looking for the wrong ...
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How genetics could help agroecology—the science, not the political movement

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Agroecology isn’t rocket science So wrote Daniel Moss, head of the AgroEcology Fund, and Mark Bittman, former food columnist, in ...
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Can CRISPR help us stop wasting so much food?

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CRISPR. It’s not what’s for dinner. Not yet, at least. But the hot genetic editing technology could be instrumental in ...
Celiac disease: What's behind the surge in diagnoses?

Celiac disease: What’s behind the surge in diagnoses?

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A few years ago, the book “Wheat Belly” became a hit, as it pointed to new “scientifically engineered” strains of ...
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European farmers already pondering what life without glyphosate might be like

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In the aftermath of the European Parliament’s 355-204 vote opposing the renewal of the popular herbicide glyphosate in 2018 for households ...
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Even as managed honeybee colonies hit record numbers, another threat to their health is identified: Mystery viruses

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The quest to figure out what's behind honeybee deaths has become as much a political question as a scientific one. Recent ...
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Why we don’t all need to be vegans in the pursuit of sustainability

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Humans are unique in the degree to which they can manipulate their surroundings. And agriculture is one enormous way to ...
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Is the key to treating or preventing autism hiding in the gut microbiome?

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Studies have connected the brain and the microbiome through what’s becoming known as the “gut-brain-axis.” The mystery of our microbiota ...
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Anti-GMO groups draw FDA rebuke over misrepresentation of Golden Rice nutrition

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Finally, the FDA weighed in on Golden Rice, with its May 24 announcement approving it for use in the United ...
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Lessons learned from the GMO debate could pave way for public acceptance of gene drives

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For people who watched the decades-old opposition to “GMO” unfold, headlines like this one from The Guardian look familiar: US military agency ...
Antibiotic resistance may be dangerous—but it's hardly new

Antibiotic resistance may be dangerous—but it’s hardly new

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Despite media reports, antibiotics always faced microbe resistance. Can studying their genetics show us a path to new drugs ...
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Gene Drive Files ‘cabal’—and biotech rejectionist efforts to derail research on technology with potential to fight crop pests

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The email came from Roylan Saah, coordinator of Genetic Biocontrol of Invasive Rodents at Island Conservation, a non-profit dedicated to ...
'Substantial equivalence': Are GMOs as safe as other conventional and organic foods?

‘Substantial equivalence’: Are GMOs as safe as other conventional and organic foods?

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GMO critics claim that US regulations rely too much on the concept of “substantial equivalence” when evaluating if food is ...
Is monoculture a bad thing? It's time to revise simplistic ideological narrative

Is monoculture a bad thing? It’s time to revise simplistic ideological narrative

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Biotech critics frequently claim that conventional agriculture and GMOs promote monoculture farming, which is harmful to biodiversity. A closer look ...
Genetically engineered AquaBounty salmon ready for US market, but caught in Congressional 'sausage grinder'

Genetically engineered AquaBounty salmon ready for US market, but caught in Congressional ‘sausage grinder’

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“Laws, like sausages, cease to inspire respect in proportion as we know how they are made.” The true version of ...
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Strange bedfellows: American Academy of Pediatrics allies with Environmental Working Group, known for anti-science messages

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On the subjects of organics and pesticides, the American Academy of Pediatrics finds itself supporting the Environmental Working Group, an ...
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Scientists challenge Center for Biological Diversity report claiming monarch butterflies threatened by dicamba herbicide

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Dicamba drifts. Apparently, more than expected by a lot of farmers, agriculture officials and manufacturers. But does that mean, as ...
Facing extreme danger, are you 'wired' to fight or take flight?

Facing extreme danger, are you ‘wired’ to fight or take flight?

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"Fight or flight" reactions are much more complicated than we were taught in school. That fact has implications for reacting ...
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Far more toxic than glyphosate: Copper sulfate, used by organic and conventional farmers, cruises to European reauthorization

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Over the past months, the European Union and several member nations have vigorously debated re-authorizing glyphosate, the herbicide maligned by ...
Are humans genetically loaded for extinction?

Are humans genetically loaded for extinction?

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Genetic load--the idea that we've had too many mutations to thrive--is making a comeback. A debate's brewing over whether it's ...
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How Russia tried to turn America against GMOs and agricultural biotechnology and sow ideological discord

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How serious was secret Russian interventionism when it comes to creating public discord over US farming and agricultural trade policy? ...
Do vaccines contain glyphosate? Examining the anti-GMO claim

Do vaccines contain glyphosate? Examining the anti-GMO claim

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Many GMO critics believe that vaccines are contaminated with glyphosate. A look at how vaccines are made and how glyphosate ...
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The quest for youth, and what our genes have to say about it

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Why do some people seem to age faster than others? The answer may lie in our epigenetics ...
Stonyfield-Gary Hirshberg fiasco grows over video with young girls spreading misinformation about farming and GMOs

Stonyfield-Gary Hirshberg fiasco grows over video with young girls spreading misinformation about farming and GMOs

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Usually, a video with kids talking is cute, funny, perhaps poignant. However, scientists’ and farmers’ reactions to a promotional video ...
Marrying close relatives offers genetic risks and benefits for offspring

Marrying close relatives offers genetic risks and benefits for offspring

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Endogamy is a powerful but controversial cultural tool. It also can play surprising roles in health and disease ...
Finding meaning in the music of our genes

Finding meaning in the music of our genes

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There is a musical pattern to our DNA, and it may help us understand how genes work and pinpoint diseases ...