Articles written specifically for the GLP or the articles that are reposted from other sources (sometimes in modified form) with permission list the source as Genetic Literacy Project. Excerpted articles list the original media outlet as the source. Excerpts are posted under guidelines for Fair Use and Creative Commons for educational nonprofits (501c3). The GLP’s Fair Use policy for posting excerpts and using images is explained here.
Screen Shot at AM

Geneticist Alison Van Eenennaam: ‘I’m not going to let the fearmongers dominate the conversation’ on CRISPR gene-edited food

Ozy | 
Animal geneticist Alison Van Eenennaam has six calves that are rather unusual. Most people might not pick up on what’s ...
brain games

Lumosity app’s ‘brain-training’ games under attack for false advertising

Smithsonian | 
The GLP aggregated and excerpted this blog/article to reflect the diversity of news, opinion and analysis. What if a few ...

Wheat genes could help revive American chestnut

Smithsonian | 
Blight has made the American chestnut, once "the dominant tree in the canopy," a rare sight in the forests of the East ...

How did humans learn to speak? Ask the birds

Scientific American | 
Songbirds stutter, babble when young, become mute if parts of their brains are damaged, learn how to sing from their ...
glp menu logo outlined

Newsletter Subscription

* indicates required
Email Lists