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Podcast: Save our forests with GMO trees? Let’s look at the costs and benefits first

Inside Higher Ed | 
We have genetically engineered food; how about trees? In [June 8's] Academic Minute, North Carolina State University's Jason Delborne looks ...
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GMO chestnut trees could help revitalize New York’s Native American communities

Science Trends | 
The American chestnut once dominated the eastern forests of the United States. A fungal pathogen, Cryphonectria parasitica, was introduced to ...
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Genetically engineered trees could save our forests—but it won’t be an easy fix

Genetic Literacy Project | 
A biotech tree could simultaneously increase and decrease the wildness of a forest ...
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Biotech researchers concerned FOIA requests could chill public outreach

Genetic Expert News Service | 
Publicly funded researchers have become integrated into public relations and lobbying efforts by both agricultural biotechnology and organic companies, according ...
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