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Viewpoint: GMO, CRISPR-edited crops can cut pesticide use—if environmental activists do not block them

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Anti-GMO activists should take a step back and look closely at some of the benefits that new genetically modified crops ...
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Podcast: This GMO probiotic helps prevent hangovers—can it ease consumer fear of biotechnology?

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There's nothing quite like a hangover. After a few too many drinks and a night of restless sleep, you wake ...
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Podcast: Food snobbery vs the Impossible Burger: A skeptical look at health claims about plant-based meat

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"Natural food" advocates have blasted Impossible and Beyond as unhealthy. Let's look at their arguments ...
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Podcast: Do it for the kids? Federal children’s health research grants fund anti-pesticide, organic food activism

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How would taxpayers feel about funding organic food activism masquerading as children's health research? ...
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Podcast: Food 5.0—GMOs, robots and the future of farming with agronomist Robert Saik

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The high efficiency of modern agriculture has a downside: most consumers don't know the first thing about farming ...
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Glyphosate-based herbicides kill cancer cells and have ‘no significant toxicity’ to humans? Another study says ‘yes’—but what does it mean?

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If Roundup or one of its ingredients turns out to be an effective cancer treatment, it would be a stunning ...
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Podcast: AI-powered nutrition devices could cut exploding obesity rates. Will FDA rules keep them off the market?

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Medical devices powered by artificial intelligence could help overweight people customize diets based on their biomarkers ...
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EPA weighs in on sulfoxaflor: Genetic Literacy Project Q&A on controversial decision to lift restrictions on alleged ‘bee-killing’ pesticide

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The FDA replied to our questions with a detailed defense of its decision to lift restrictions on sulfoxaflor ...
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Podcast: Land use for animal agriculture has declined 140 million hectares since 2000. Can we keep this ‘livestock revolution’ alive?

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We're often told raising animals for food takes a devastating toll on the environment, consuming ever more natural resources, hastening ...
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Podcast: Meet Mary Mangan—the biologist who crashes anti-GMO events and debunks junk science on Twitter

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Mangan discusses her unique approach to spreading science literacy ...
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How NPR, Washington Post, Bloomberg and other media botched reporting on EPA’s ‘ban’ of 12 ‘bee-killing’ neonicotinoid insecticides

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If headlines are the measure, groups claiming bees are endangered by misuse of pesticides just scored a significant victory ...
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Podcast: Glyphosate, cancer and clickbait, Part 2: Epidemiologist Geoffrey Kabat analyzes ‘flawed’ Roundup-cancer verdicts

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Does Bayer's weed killer Roundup (glyphosate) cause cancer? Three California juries have said yes, while a global consensus of experts ...
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Podcast: Glyphosate, cancer and clickbait: Epidemiologist Geoffrey Kabat on how to spot junk science in the news

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A Google search for "glyphosate" returns 10,300,000 results—conflicting news stories, opinion articles and videos of varying accuracy. Some of these ...
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Viewpoint: Glyphosate harms bees? Anti-biotech campaigners attempt to revive debunked myth blaming world’s most used herbicide

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"The honeybee is in no way endangered. If there’s a top ten list of what’s killing honey bee colonies, I’d ...
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Podcast: From anti-GMO journalist to crop biotech advocate—Alliance for Science managing editor Joan Conrow

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For many years, the developing world has been at the center of a heated debate between mainstream scientists and anti-GMO ...
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Podcast: Former FDA scientist Henry Miller says misguided regulation keeps safe biotech products off the market

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In 1982, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved the first "GMO" pharmaceutical drug in the world, a new ...
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Censorship of biotech researchers? Geneticist Kevin Folta excluded from gardening workshop after orchestrated anti-GMO social media attacks

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Folta says this incident is typical of the harassment biotech researchers have experienced at the hands of US-RTK and other ...
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Podcast: Jamie Metzl’s ‘Hacking Darwin’—The end of sex and humanity’s genetically engineered future

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Imagine a world in which would-be parents no longer have sex but conceive children with the assistance of embryo selection ...
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Viewpoint: California’s science-challenged Proposition 65 toxic chemical regulation act at center of ‘tort shakedown’ racket

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My wife and I recently celebrated our one-year wedding anniversary in South Lake Tahoe, situated on the border of California ...
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30,000 food products with Non-GMO Project label may be “false or misleading,” FDA guidance document says

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The Non-GMO label may soon see its ubiquitous butterfly wings trimmed ...
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Podcast: ‘Artificial womb’ raises awkward ethical questions about abortion, child welfare and health freedom

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Biotechnology is fundamentally changing food and medicine. Thanks to genetic engineering, for example, we have access vitamin-fortified GMO crops, plentiful ...
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US researchers moving abroad to avoid FDA’s CRISPR-edited animal regulations

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Alison Van Eenennaam offers a critical look at stifling US animal gene-editing rules ...
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‘Factory farming’ poisons our food and harms animals?

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Veterinarian Dr. Leah Dorman takes on popular myths about animal agriculture ...
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Rebellion against Europe’s ‘innovation-killing’ crop gene editing regulations grows among scientists, frustrated member states

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Will Europe continue to be a science backwater? Does gene editing have a future in this part of the world? ...