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New studies questioning safety of GMO corn ‘contain serious flaws,’ experts say

Scientific Reports | 
Two -omics studies on genetically modified maize and Roundup-fed rats, recently published in the journal Scientific Reports, contain serious flaws ...

House committee to grill NIH over financial support for UN IARC agency accused of science bias

The Hill | 
The National Institutes of Health (NIH) is being called ... to explain why it gave tens of millions of dollars to the ...
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The fall of Gary Hirshberg: From reformer to reactionary anti-science propagandist?

Genetic Literacy Project | 
Gary Hirshberg is in the midst of rewriting his legacy from admired 'social responsibility' leader to crank apologist for disinformation ...
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Food scientist Bruce Chassy: Although some GMO sympathizers embrace labeling, it’s a disaster in waiting

Genetic Literacy Project | 
A number of prominent journalists, who report fairly and objectively about GMO foods, are urging food and seed companies to ...
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Audio: Ray Bowman interviews Bruce Chassy and GLP’s Jon Entine on republished Seralini GMO study

Food and Farm | 
Appearing on Ray Bowman's Food and Farm radio show, GLP's Jon Entine and professor emeritus of food science and human ...

What you need to know about GMOs, GM crops, and the techniques of modern biotechnology

Institute of Food Technologists | 
Genetically modified (GM) crops and foods and ingredients made available with the techniques of modern biotechnology have recently been dominating ...
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The GMO ‘Population and Prosperity Paradox’: Can biotechnology help meet the growing global food challenge?

Institute of Food Technologists | 
Using the innovative tools of biotechnology, scientists are able to genetically engineer crops with traits that can address the challenges ...
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Viewpoint: You can put lipstick on a pig (study), but it still stinks

Genetic Literacy Project | 
This article originally ran at Forbes and has been republished here with permission of the author. The tiny cadre of ...

You can put lipstick on a pig (GE feeding study), but it still stinks

Forbes | 
The following is an edited excerpt. The tiny cadre of anti-biotechnology activists who reside in the scientific community are perverting ...

Scientists smell a rat in fraudulent genetic engineering study

Forbes | 
Last week French microbiologist Gilles-Eric Séralini and several colleagues released the results of a long-term study in which rats were ...
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