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Podcast: How to build a coronavirus; alcohol doesn’t shrink your brain; and locusts threaten famine in East Africa

Genetic Literacy Project | 
Kevin Folta and Cameron English break down four of the latest headlines from the world of genetics and biotech ...
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Podcast: How ‘anti-CRISPR’ viral proteins can fine-tune gene editing in medicine and agriculture

Genetic Literacy Project | 
Researchers hope to exploit this viral countermeasure to regulate gene editing and minimize unintended mutations during the editing process ...
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CRISPR gene editing means more high-yield, disease-resistant crops likely to hit the market

Vegetable and Specialty Crop News | 
Since the millennium rolled over 20 years ago, the pace of genetic discovery has only accelerated. Nobody could have predicted ...
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Podcast: How ‘fake news’ about avian flu almost sent virologist Ilaria Capua to prison for life

Genetic Literacy Project | 
Capua now uses her harrowing experience to educate policymakers and law enforcement about science ...
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Viewpoint: After years of bashing agriculture and GMOs, Chipotle reverses course with ‘Cultivate the Future of Farming’ campaign

Genetic Literacy Project | 
Given Chipotle's past cozy relationship with organic food marketers, this seems more like a marketing stunt ...
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Podcast: Agricultural economist Stuart Smyth explains the risks and benefits of GMOs and the future of crop biotechnology

Genetic Literacy Project | 
Few academics eagerly engage the public on controversial scientific topics, content to quietly focus on their research. Agricultural economist and ...
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Podcast: How precision, customized medicine is reshaping health care

Genetic Literacy Project | 
For all the life-saving pharmaceuticals, surgeries and devices it provides, modern medicine is still rather imprecise. Chemotherapy drugs, for instance, ...
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Podcast: How nitrogen-fixing bacteria can cut fertilizer use 30-50%

Genetic Literacy Project | 
In the early 20th century, Fritz Haber and Carl Bosch revolutionized agriculture. The two German chemists developed a technique, now ...
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Podcast: How activists and politicians derailed South Australia’s attempt to embrace GMO crops

Genetic Literacy Project | 
Activists in Australia are manipulating politicians with fear and doubt to restrict farmer choice ...
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Podcast: How artificial intelligence, machine learning can help us realize the value of all that genetic data we’re collecting

Genetic Literacy Project | 
Everywhere we look these days, someone is talking about the potential for artificial intelligence and machines to change the face ...
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Podcast: How food bullying spreads unjustified fears about GMOs, animal welfare and food safety

Genetic Literacy Project | 
We've heard a lot in recent years about the harmful impacts of bullying, especially cyber-bullying aimed at children. But rarely ...
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Podcast: Genetically engineered CAR-T cell therapies destroy cancer cells. Here’s how they work

Genetic Literacy Project | 
Many millions of words have been written about GMO crops. As a result, most people know they can now buy ...
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Podcast: Should you eat ‘fake meat’? Geneticist Chana Davis breaks down the GMO Impossible Burger controversy

Genetic Literacy Project | 
The Impossible Burger has exploded in popularity across the US, with grocery stores and popular fast-food chains like Burger King ...
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FDA-approved edible cotton seeds show how GMO, CRISPR-edited crops can battle global hunger

Genetic Literacy Project | 
We can't eliminate hunger overnight, but this breakthrough cotton variety will combat a lot of needless suffering ...
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Podcast: Edible cotton—how genetic engineering turns toxic seeds into nutritious food

Genetic Literacy Project | 
Cotton production is a global industry. Grown by approximately 80 countries, the crop is primarily harvested for fiber to make ...
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Podcast: Farm Aid concert meant to support US agriculture spreads GMO, ‘factory farming’ myths

Genetic Literacy Project | 
In recent years, Farm Aid's laudable effort to support US agriculture has morphed into a promotional event for organic food ...
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Podcast: Synthetic fertilizer pollution threatens our ecosystems. Are nitrogen-fixing microbes the answer?

Genetic Literacy Project | 
Farmers need nitrogen fertilizer to maximize crop yields. Without it, our food supply would be nowhere near as abundant as ...
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Podcast: How ‘activist science’ behind IARC’s glyphosate assessment fuels unjustified cancer lawsuits

Genetic Literacy Project | 
In 2015, the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) published a monograph concluding that glyphosate, the active ingredient in ...
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Podcast: GMO insects loose in the wild? Inside scoop on controversial Oxitec mosquito in Brazil

Genetic Literacy Project | 
The tiny mosquito is a nuisance in the industrialized world, yet in developing countries it is a ruthless killer, spreading ...
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Podcast: Recent study poses new glyphosate-cancer link. Plant geneticist Kevin Folta breaks down the data

Genetic Literacy Project | 
Despite the endless stream of dramatic headlines and warnings from environmental activist groups, an overwhelming number of studies indicate that ...
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Podcast: Plagiarism, data fabrication in science threaten public health. Meet one biologist who’s fighting back

Genetic Literacy Project | 
Scientific misconduct is a serious problem in academia today. High-profile examples of data fabrication, falsification or plagiarism often generate lots ...
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Podcast: GMO rice could yield affordable treatment to stem HIV in developing world

Genetic Literacy Project | 
A research team developed an ingenious solution to a logistical public health problem—adding anti-HIV proteins to rice ...
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Plant geneticist Kevin Folta: Scientific American’s rewritten anti-GMO article a ‘lesser abomination’

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The Scientific American article about "dying broccoli" and "toxic corn" drew wide criticism for its unreferenced and outright false indictment ...
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Podcast: South Australian farmers battle for access to GMO crops. Will they win?

Genetic Literacy Project | 
Australia has welcomed the use of genetically engineered (GE) crops, and farmers have found particular benefit from broad acre canola ...
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Podcast: Battling hangovers with GMO bacteria

Genetic Literacy Project | 
Genetically engineered microbes commonly manufacture our vitamins and amino acid supplements, but can they be supplements themselves? Zbiotics has developed ...
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Podcast: Bridging the gap between farmers and consumers on GMOs, sustainable agriculture

Genetic Literacy Project | 
Agronomist and entrepreneur Robert Saik has a lifetime of experience in farming. For years, he has been a leading advocate ...
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Podcast: Has sickle cell disease met its match in CRISPR gene editing?

Genetic Literacy Project | 
Dr. Brenda Eustace, director of discovery research at Vertex, joins plant geneticist Kevin Folta to discuss this promising treatment ...
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