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Tomorrow’s scientists developing CRISPR-edited crops to boost sustainable farming

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Three graduate students highlight their efforts to breed disease-resistant crops and teach science to consumers ...
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Talking Biotech: The Kevin Folta—Biofortified controversy: When transparency and confidentiality conflict

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Transparency helps scientists earn public trust. But what happens when their research requires confidentiality? Kevin Folta and Paul Vincelli tackle ...
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Talking Biotech: Winning the disease resistance ‘arms race’ against plant pathogens to ensure food security

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The disease resistance arms race between plants and pathogens continues. But scientists have entered this war on the side of ...
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Talking Biotech: How scientists outsmart cancer-causing fungi that threaten our food supply

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Alfatoxins are a significant threat to human health and world food security. They are naturally-occurring toxic compounds produced by the ...
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Talking Biotech: Disturbing new details on Putin’s anti-GMO propaganda campaign designed to sow political discord in the U.S.

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An examination by social scientists revealed "surprising evidence" of a Russian campaign aimed at discrediting GMOs and influencing public opinion ...
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Talking Biotech: Mexico’s complicated relationship with GMO corn

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Mexico is the center of origin for maize, and there is a substantial interest in protecting the genetic integrity of ...
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Talking Biotech: Can genetically engineered cassava help African farmers?

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Plant scientist Devang Mehta: African farmers lose 24% of their cassava crop each year on average due to the mosaic ...
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Talking Biotech: Non-agricultural debt—not GMOs—to blame for Indian farmer suicides

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Environmental scientist Vaishnavi Tripuraneni: Marriage loans and health care—not seed costs—are the main drivers of debt for smallholder farmers in ...
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Talking Biotech: How do we decide whether to use gene drives?

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Science and technology scholar Jennifer Kuzma: The social and political considerations of using gene drives to combat human diseases, weeds, ...
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Talking Biotech: The powerful potential—and risks—of CRISPR engineered ‘gene drives’

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Evolutionary biologist Fred Gould: 'Gene drives' can be found in nature. Now, scientists want to engineer them to decrease populations ...
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Talking Biotech: Should milk, meat and eggs from animals fed GMO crops be labeled?

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Geneticist Alison Van Eenennaam: Data shows that products from animals fed genetically engineered crops are no different than those fed ...
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Talking Biotech’s best biotechnology science stories from 2017—and what to expect in 2018

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Talking Biotech hosts Kevin Folta and Paul Vincelli talk about their favorite stories from 2017, and what to look for ...
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Talking Biotech: How will agricultural-biotech seed company mergers impact farmers and sustainability?

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French researcher Sylvie Bonny: Some worry that corporate consolidation will raise seed prices and hurt farmers, while others believe mergers ...
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Talking Biotech: A former skeptic’s struggle to bring GMO crops to Bolivia

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Educator Cecilia Gonzalez: Bolivia has had to import GMO corn from Argentina due to crop failures. Insect-resistant Bt crops could ...
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Crops and chemicals: What does the future hold for GMOs and pesticides?

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[Editor's note: The following is a Q&A with Paul Vincelli, a plant pathology professor at the University of Kentucky.] Farmers are ...
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Talking Biotech: Is genetic engineering the best way to resuscitate the American chestnut from blight?

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Plant biologist Jared Westbrook: 4 billion American chestnut trees have died because of blight in the 20th century. Now, there ...
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When genetic engineering is the environmentally friendly choice

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The newest generation of genetically engineered crops, using CRISPR gene editing, can help farmers fight pests with only minimal changes ...
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15 tips to better communicate about GMOs with the public

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Plant pathology professor Paul Vincelli shares what social science research and his years of experience have taught him about communication ...
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Should University Agricultural Research Scientists Partner With Industry?

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Studies show research on GE crops is not significantly influenced by conflicts of Interest. However, it is important to remain ...