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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? ...
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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 ...
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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 ...
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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 ...
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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 ...
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IARC cancer agency mounts PR effort as probe of possible corruption grows

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The agency was heavily criticized for the methodology used in declaring the herbicide glyphosate a "probable carcinogen." Now IARC is ...
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We produce enough food on this planet to feed everyone: So why do we need GMOs?

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A new "planetary boundaries" study says agriculture can be more sustainable to save the planet. Others say the numbers don't ...
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Are seed patent protections abused by Monsanto and other agro-corporations?

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Anti-GMO critics often claim major agricultural companies use seed patents to control farmers rights, which they say also limits innovation ...
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To protect vineyards from pests and reduce pesticide use, CRISPR could be the answer

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The powdery mildew fungus decimates vineyards around the globe. As pesticides become less effective, some scientists are turning to gene ...
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‘Big Ag’ may resonate with activists, but what does it really mean?

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For some, GMOs are synonymous with 'Big Ag'? For others, 'Big Ag' means something entirely different. Does 'Big Ag' even ...
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Kissing cousins: Understanding the genetic risks and benefits when close relatives marry

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Endogamy––the marriage of relatives––is a controversial cultural practice. It can play surprising roles in health and disease ...
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EU re-approval of glyphosate herbicide dodges farming economic woes—for now

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If the European Union eventually phases out all the popular glyphosate herbicide, the loss of farm productivity could cost Europe ...
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Can the microbiome join DNA and fingerprints in the CSI toolkit?

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Some scientists argue that our individual microbiomes are unique enough that they can be used to help identify the perpetrators ...
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European farmers: Finding replacement for glyphosate is no easy task

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As European politicians move toward blocking the use of glyphosate, farmers there are facing the prospect of using less-effective replacements ...
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There’s ‘Big Ag’ and ‘Big Organic’—How much does ‘big’ matter when it comes to sustainability?

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It's the way crops are farmed not the farm's size that matters when it comes to sustainability ...
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Genetic engineering and gene silencing could fight deadly crop mycotoxins—if not blocked by activists

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Aflatoxins are responsible for hundreds of millions of dollars in crop losses annually. Farmers have struggled to control the troublesome ...
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Do GMOs, pesticides cause cancer? The Amish would say ‘no’

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Amish farmers may not get cancer as much, but it's not because they don't use pesticides or GMOs. In fact, ...
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GMO that’s not all GMO: Monsanto’s rootworm-fighting corn seed uses RNA interference

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The EPA's relatively quick approval of a new Monsanto seed trait drew criticism from anti-GMO groups that complained about a ...
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Did GMO connection prompt Gates Foundation to halt support for corn-aflatoxin breakthrough?

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When Gates Foundation reviewers rejected a researcher's bid for new funding, one of the reasons cited was a concern over ...
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Genetics and obesity: Expanding waistlines can’t be blamed on poor lifestyle choices alone

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The sources of obesity look more biological, and less psychological, which opens new avenues toward addressing the crisis. Finding answers ...
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Monsanto shill alert: Does industry funded GMO research bias findings?

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Can consumers trust "independent" studies funded by corporations that have found genetically modified foods safe? Anti-GMO activists say 'no.' But ...
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Genetic testing lags for mental illness, forcing parents to seek answers online

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Genetic counseling for potential mental illness in children should be just as responsive as counseling for "physical" disease. Right now, ...
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The story behind the well-funded opposition to block AquaBounty’s sustainable GMO salmon

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Opposition to the world's first GMO animal approved for human consumption was fueled by a variety of sources --from quacks ...
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Why we need peaceful co-existence between GMOs and organics

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Could organic and GM farming step past the rhetoric and vitriol, and co-exist? The science says yes ...
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Can we trust the eyes of those who witness crimes?

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The credibility of eyewitness accounts has taken some hits from DNA evidence-based refutation of trial testimony. But there's more here ...
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Did you hear the story about the GMO that almost destroyed the world?

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An old myth has resurfaced that a GMO almost destroyed all life on Earth — but what's the real story? ...
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Vitamins, nutrients can be harder to find in organic, non-GMO foods

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Supply chain issues -- and restrictions imposed by anti-GMO groups -- may be responsible for what appears to be a ...
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Dicamba drift fiasco: Example of failed GMO-related chemical technology?

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Several states have banned the use of a recently reformulated dicamba herbicide after farmers complained about damaging chemical drift. Identifying ...
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