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Viewpoint: GMO crops should become a bigger part of the food system if we want a sustainable society

Genetic Literacy Project | 
If we all work towards understanding science rather than being afraid of it, we can build a world where we ...
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Viewpoint: Why GMO crops are planet’s best hope for sustainability

Genetic Literacy Project | 
Future crops will need to withstand conditions like climate change, low water availability, rising soil salinity, and attacks by pathogens ...
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‘Clean meat’: How lab-grown foods can feed us in the future

Genetic Literacy Project | 
For long enough, I have been fascinated with the idea of growing stuff in the lab whether it’s milk, egg ...
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‘Junk DNA’: Mining our genome’s dark matter for new disease treatments

Genetic Literacy Project | 
The term junk DNA was used to describe sequences that that do not code for proteins. Largely ignored by researchers, ...
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