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Viewpoint: Europe’s blanket opposition to gene editing, pesticides means higher food prices for world’s poorest people

Genetic Literacy Project | 
By 2070 the world will be populated by approximately 10.5 billion people. This means that we will need to be ...
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Viewpoint: Modern ‘post-truth’ politics ignores sustainability benefits of GMOs and pesticides

EurActiv | 
As Africa shows, locust plagues can be devastating for food security, and climate science enables us to detect that certain ...電子版)遺伝子治療-x--204x100.jpg

Viewpoint: Pricey gene therapies fuel debate over drug prices—and why there is no easy fix

Genetic Literacy Project | 
By scrapping value added and sales taxes, we can cut down on drug pricing by up to 25% ...
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