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Do bilinguals have a lower risk of developing dementia?

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If the benefits of being bilingual spill over to other aspects of cognition, then we would expect to see a ...
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Video: Nobel Laureate Richard Roberts recruits young scientists to counter Greenpeace misinformation about ‘failure’ of nutritionally enhanced Golden Rice, GMOs

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When Monsanto first tried to introduce GMO seeds into Europe there was a backlash by the Green parties and their ...

Nobel laureate Sir Richard Roberts: Uganda will remain trapped by food poverty if its leaders bow to anti-biotech activists

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One of the main sources of nutrition for poor Ugandans, bananas, is on the verge of being wiped out by ...
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How Nobel Laureate scientist Sir Richard Roberts became one of the world’s foremost advocates for GMOs

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You’re a prominent voice on another issue: in the movement to allow access to genetically modified organisms, or GMOs, in ...
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Podcast: Nobel laureates mobilize against Greenpeace to reverse campaign to block vitamin-enhanced Golden Rice

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Sir Richard Roberts: Nobel laureates must speak out activists like Greenpeace falsely claim GMOs pose unique health or ecological dangers ...

Nobel laureate in medicine: GMOs are ‘key tool’ to address global hunger

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Each year several million children either die or suffer irreparable developmental defects because of vitamin A deficiency. Countless others are harmed ...