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Viewpoint: Europe must abandon ‘fear of progress’ to defeat anti-science chemophobia

Genetic Literacy Project | 
A site like European Scientist has one hope: that the 2020s will be the decade of renewal for European scientific ...
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Viewpoint: Activist opposition to GMOs fueled by an ‘extremist’ vision of nature

Genetic Literacy Project | 
We would like to take the opportunity on #Worldenvironmentday to come back to a problem we have been thinking about ...
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Viewpoint: Europe’s paranoid fear of chemicals fueled by disinterest in learning

European Scientist | 
In a season of resolutions, a site like [European Scientist] has one hope: that the 2020s will be the decade ...
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Viewpoint: On GMOs, energy production, ‘fear of progress’ is Europe’s main attribute

European Scientist | 
Shale gas, GMOs: here are two topics that usually arouse the public's worst fears. [Europe] has managed to ban the ...
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William Vogt vs. Norman Borlaug: How two intellectual giants shaped the modern GMO debate

European Scientist | 
In the book The Wizard and the Prophet, Charles C. Mann exposes the implicit controversy between two visionaries at the ...
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May election offers Europe chance to embrace gene editing and ‘smart agriculture,’ boost sustainable farming

European Scientist | 
On May 26, Europeans will be able to vote to elect new MEPs. This election will no doubt provide an ...
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After Bayer-Monsanto merger, will ‘big ag’ invest in big data?

European Scientist | 
The merger has been a laboured one: in order to please regulators, Bayer had to sell its seed and herbicide ...
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Can Elisabete Weiderpass reform controversial IARC cancer agency?

European Scientist | 
On Thursday 17th March, the International Agency for Research on Cancer (the IARC), appointed Dr. Elisabete Weiderpass as its new ...
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French scientists call on politicians to listen to science, not ‘scare-mongers’ on GMOs, glyphosate

European Scientist | 
Virginie Tournay, of CEVIPOF, a scientific research institute at the famous Science Po [Paris Institute of Political Studies] published the following article ...