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With the ‘bee crisis’ fading and European farmers fearing an insect invasion, EU’s neonicotinoid ban fiasco stumbles into the New Year

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The future of a controversial agricultural pesticide remains in limbo, thanks to scientific uncertainty and political malfeasance ...
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Podcast: Jon Entine, Kevin Folta, Perry Hackett on how gene editing could dampen the partisan GMO divide

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How do you win over people who view crop biotechnology and corporate influence as threats? One answer may be gene ...
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Podcast: GLP’s Jon Entine on the spread of ‘chemophobia’

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Chemicals are used to grow, process, preserve and package our food, and are ubiquitous in many products and in our ...
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Viewpoint: As global honeybee population increases, activists blame neonicotinoid pesticides for ‘bird-pocalypse’ that’s not happening

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Are we in the midst of another bout of unfounded environmentalist-fueled exaggerations—this time about birds becoming extinct because of pesticide ...
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Cheese: The GMO food die-hard GMO opponents love, but don’t want to label

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In cheese production, the need to use traditional rennet obtained from calf stomachs has largely been removed because of a ...
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Viewpoint: Chemophobia epidemic—Fanning fears about trace chemicals obscures real risks and ‘damages public health’

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When is a chemical dangerous? This is not a question we consciously ask ourselves much, but in fact, we interrogate ...
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‘Gold standard’ assessing neonicotinoids: Field bee hive studies find pesticides not major source of health issues

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Some lab studies but almost no field ones suggest neonicotinoid pesticides are harming bee health. Why is there such a ...
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Canada’s suspect move to phase out neonicotinoids to ‘protect bees’ sets stage for US regulatory battle

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Canada’s PMRA—its environmental regulatory agency, part of HealthCanada—rolled out for public comment its tentative decision to phase out almost all ...
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How John Oliver was duped by the fringe anti-science advocacy groups USRTK and the Organic Consumers Association

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Sometimes it's difficult to know who is defending science and who is more concerned about identity politics and cheap laughs ...
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Was there Russian collusion? When it comes to prominent anti-GMO groups, the disturbing answer is ‘yes’

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Modern genetic engineering techniques applied to agriculture are making stunning advances. This year, after decades in (gratuitous) regulatory limbo, the ...
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Will Gene Editing and Other New Breeding Techniques Provide a ‘Second Chance’ for Worldwide Embrace of Genetically Engineered Crops?

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Jon Entine, Executive Director of the Genetic Literacy Project | June 13, 2018Highlights: Anti-GMO activists, aided by Russian propaganda, have ...
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‘Substantial equivalence’: Are GMOs as safe as other conventional and organic foods?

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GMO critics claim that US regulations rely too much on the concept of “substantial equivalence” when evaluating if food is ...
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Global consensus finds neonicotinoids not driving honeybee health problems—Why is Europe so determined to ban them?

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One of the more intriguing subplots in the melodramatic debate over neonicotinoids and the ‘future of bees’ is the apparent ...
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Video: Genetic Literacy Project founder Jon Entine on GMOs and ‘chemophobia’

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In this episode of The Dissenter, Ricardo Lopes interviews Genetic Literacy Project founder Jon Entine about bioengineering, GMOs and "chemophobia." Ricardo ...
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Honeybee population isn’t ‘crashing’ and seed pesticides are not driving health problems—and here’s why

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In recent years, articles on honeybees have often started with a sentence like this: “Populations of honeybees have crashed in ...
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Partisan divide erupts on glyphosate-cancer science as IARC supporters push ‘Monsanto Papers’ narrative

“There appear to be serious problems with the science underlying [the International Agency for Research on Cancer]’s [2015] assessment of ...
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Rethinking the pesticides–neonicotinoids–bee health crisis narrative: Why the media get it wrong

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Are bees endangered because of the use of insecticides, and in particular the class of chemicals known as neonicotinoids, which ...
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How anti-biotech environmental groups are trying to kill roll-out of AquaBounty’s sustainable salmon

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If you love Atlantic salmon, what you are eating is almost certainly farm-raised, despite what the label might say. The ...
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Jon Entine podcast: Corruption and secrecy behind IARC’s glyphosate cancer designation?

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Glyphosate has been in the headlines for two weeks. Here's a background interview with the GLP's executive director explaining the ...
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Tale of two neonicotinoid bumble bee studies—And how science can be massaged

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Are neonics dangerous for bees? Two studies published on the same day reached sharply different conclusions. Guess which one got ...
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Monsanto shill alert: Does industry funded GMO research bias findings?

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Can consumers trust "independent" studies funded by corporations that have found genetically modified foods safe? Anti-GMO activists say 'no.' But ...
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Ecomodernist podcast: Food Evolution film about ‘confirmation bias’ in foodie and anti-GMO community

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One of the more surprising reactions to the documentary--and disappointing to scientists--came from organic and agroecology supporters who called it ...
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Why identifying ‘autism genes’ is so elusive

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Researchers are unlocking the mystery of autism's origin. Yes, it's mostly 'in the genes,' but what that means is one ...
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Backlash to flawed ‘landmark’ European neonicotinoid study: Inconclusive data suggest both health benefits and harm

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Upside down news: A backlash by independent scientists has begun to emerge, challenging sensational accounts of a 'landmark' European field ...
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How to resist health scares: Review of Geoffrey Kabat’s ‘Getting Risk Right’

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Public health regulations, particularly as regards to chemicals, are often driven by precautionary fears stirred by sloppy reporting sparked by ...
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Activists claim that without long-term studies, GMOs cannot be considered safe: What does science say?

Genetic Literacy Project | 
No multi-generational GMO food studies? Bollocks. There are dozens, and all conclude biotech seeds are as safe or safer than ...
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GMO sustainability advantage? Glyphosate spurs no-till farming, preserving soil carbon

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Skeptics of GMOs decry the growing practice of no-till farming and its connection to herbicide-tolerant crops. Yet, agronomists say good ...
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GLP’s Jon Entine: Rules on human germline gene editing must be flexible to encourage innovation

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[Editor's note: Marcy Darnovsky is the executive director of the Center for Genetics and Society. Jon Entine is the executive director ...

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