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How a genetically modified morning glory was almost the 2020 Olympics mascot

Atlantic | 
Sebastian Cocioba, a 29-year-old college dropout and self-styled “plant hacker,” has lived there with his parents for the past decade ...
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Podcast: 4 CRISPR experts on how gene editing is changing the future of food

Gastropod | 
You've probably heard the hype: CRISPR will revolutionize biotech .... But what is CRISPR—and what's it doing in our food? ...
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Is there such a thing as an anti-Alzheimer’s diet?

Atlantic | 
By 2050, an estimated 15 million people in America will have Alzheimer’s—the equivalent of the combined populations of New York ...

Do we have an intrinsic, evolutionary disgust of cockroaches?

New Yorker | 
The GLP aggregated and excerpted this blog/article to reflect the diversity of news, opinion and analysis. Cockroaches have been smeared ...

Will synthetic biology face same fate as GMOs?

New Yorker | 
On a cold weekend last month, more than two thousand undergraduate scientists took over two levels of Boston’s Hynes Convention ...
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