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.
soy

The first gene-edited soybean opens door to a slew of new CRISPR foods

Genetic Literacy Project | 
The number of crop gene-editing projects underway around the world is astonishing ...
poster p worldchanging ideas will crispr change attitudes about genetically engineered food

Countering the impact of climate change through new breeding techniques

Genetic Literacy Project | 
It is imperative that we breed new varieties of plants to make agriculture more sustainable, given increasing food demand and ...
soy

With GMO soybean market booming, is there a future for conventional varieties?

Genetic Literacy Project | 
Almost all the world's soybean grown today is GMO, which it is very difficult to find non-GMO soybeans. Begging the ...
SCIENCE IMPOSSIBLE BURGER V Still FINAL

The future of meat: Can science replace animals?

Genetic Literacy Project | 
All economic activities related to research, development, production, trade and consumption of plants, animals and all other living things are ...
Screen Shot at PM

Future of crop biotechnology in Brazil, China and other BRIC nations

Genetic Literacy Project | 
How has biotechnology fared and what is its future in agriculture of the BRIC nations—Brazil, Russia, India and China? ...
glp menu logo outlined

Newsletter Subscription

Optional. Mail on special occasions.