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How scientists are using CRISPR to make foods that directly benefit consumers

Scientists are now using a pioneering technology called CRISPR to edit a plant’s own genes, ushering in a host of ...
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From GMOs to CRISPR: Making sense of how genetic engineering tweaks nature

Cornell Alliance for Science | 
Many new genetic engineering techniques have been stumbled upon by accident. Studying how bacteria defend themselves has led to CRISPR ...
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Digitizing DNA: Real reasons to worry about cyberbiosecurity

Genetic Literacy Project | 
The intersection between biology and digital technology opens the door for incredible discoveries, but also creates opportunities for dangerous events, ...
28-years in development, GMO salmon now on sale in Canada--while US caught in labeling battle

28-years in development, GMO salmon now on sale in Canada–while US caught in labeling battle

Washington Post | 
The AquaBounty salmon, called AquAdvantage, is an Atlantic salmon that contains a growth hormone gene from a Chinook salmon...In the ...
'Chemicals' not biggest threat to food safety—and 9 other myths about modern farming busted

‘Chemicals’ not biggest threat to food safety—and 9 other myths about modern farming busted

Washington Post | 
Next time you’re at the grocery store, consider these 10 modern myths about the most ancient occupation. 4. A pesticide ...
Following controversial neonicotinoid study, researchers warn replacement pesticides may be worse for bees

Following controversial neonicotinoid study, researchers warn replacement pesticides may be worse for bees

Washington Post | 
Two large-scale studies published Thursday [June 29] suggest that common pesticides may harm bee colonies. In some cases, the pesticides ...
Green Revolution 2.0: Agricultural technology 'moonshot' could change future of food

Green Revolution 2.0: Agricultural technology ‘moonshot’ could change future of food

Washington Post | 
The first meeting of “Science Breakthroughs 2030” just convened to discuss the key advances essential for revolutionizing food and agriculture ...
Buried treasure: 'Game-changing' antibiotic found in dirt might protect against resistant killer bacteria

Buried treasure: ‘Game-changing’ antibiotic found in dirt might protect against resistant killer bacteria

Washington Post | 
Scientists have discovered a new kind of antibiotic — buried in dirt. Tests in animals show that it is effective ...
Bee experts say ditch Cheerios' wildflower seeds, plant native ones to fight pollinator decline

Bee experts say ditch Cheerios’ wildflower seeds, plant native ones to fight pollinator decline

Blog | 
[Editor's note: Jenna Gallegos is a 5th year plant biology PhD student at the University of California, Davis.] Honeybees are ...
Video: Genetic modification isn't as 'unnatural' as you think

Video: Genetic modification isn’t as ‘unnatural’ as you think

Science Says | 
[Editor's note: Jenna Gallegos is a plant biotechnology PhD student at the University of California - Davis and a member ...

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