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Webinar: GLP’s Jon Entine, science communicators address agricultural biotechnology misinformation

The Council for Agricultural Science and Technology (CAST) released a new paper, The Importance of Communicating Empirically Based Science for Society. In ...
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GMO misinformation proliferates on social media. What happens when it’s shared by experts?

Purdue University | 
Picture it. You are a respected, established advocate for agriculture and food production. You might even have a well-recognized brand ...
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‘Bad stuff is just easier to believe’: Why GMO disinformation captures consumer attention

LinkedIn | 
A couple of years ago, a former company data scientist and I tapped into our common fascination with social networks ...
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Genome Prairie examines challenges of communicating science of agriculture

Genetic Literacy Project | 
Agriculture relies upon science and technology to meet demand in an efficient and sustainable manner, but these technological advances are ...
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Who is Vandana Shiva and why is she saying such awful things about GMOs?

Genetic Literacy Project | 
Vandana Shiva's status as a celebrity anti-GMO activist is not in question, but virtually everything else about her, from her ...

Consumers and GMOs: Adrift in a sea of misinformation

Last month, I had the opportunity to present to a group of registered dietitians and nutritionists at the Alberta Milk ...
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Ted Talks and videos on the science of GMOs

Blogger Cami Ryan has compiled a list of Ted talks and videos that relay reliable scientific evidence on GMOs ...

Podcast: Agricultural researcher Cami Ryan discusses Séralini controversy

Rob Breakenridge Show | 
Dr. Cami Ryan, researcher with the College of Agriculture and Bioresources at the University of Saskatchewan and prominent supporter of ...
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Labeling GM foods, and other “Krafty” stuff

Scientific American | 
Beginning with a case in Kraft Mac'N'Cheese, Cami Ryan, a researcher with the University of Saskatchewan, explores the misleading labeling ...

What’s in a GMO label?

Independent Women's Forum | 
One might assume that defeat at the ballot box would be a real setback for a policy idea. But in ...

10 reasoned responses to “10 reasons we don’t need GMOs”

Real Agriculture | 
You may have run across this article “10 Reasons We Don’t Need GM Foods” on the FoodConsumer website.  It’s been ...

From ‘I smell a rat’ to ‘when pigs fly’, bad science makes its rounds

doccamiryan | 
The following is an excerpt. From ‘I smell a rat‘ to ‘when pigs fly’, bad science has been making the ...

Why genetic modification myths are so appealing and powerful

Discover | 
The following is an edited excerpt. While I admire this optimism and agree that we should continue to engage in ...

Ten responses to “Ten reasons we don’t need GMOs”

doccamiryan | 
The following is an excerpt. Find a link to the full article below. You may have run across this article “10 ...
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Bowman v. Monsanto is not about the save-the-seeds myth

Winnipeg Free Press | 
If a farmer wishes to forgo the advantages of GM seed, he or she can simply use older, unrestricted crop ...
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