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Does IARC really deal in pseudoscience? Conspiracy theories put trust in science at risk

Genetic Literacy Project | 
Allegations that IARC classified glyphosate as ‘possibly carcinogenic' due to infiltration by activists don’t stand up to scrutiny ...

Despite recent reports, vegetarianism does not cause cancer

A recent study reported on the evolution of a 'vegetarian gene' in populations. Somehow the press turned this into: vegetarianism ...
censored science

Why scientists are withdrawing from public conversation on GMOs

Medium | 
The GLP aggregated and excerpted this blog/article to reflect the diversity of news, opinion and analysis. Since July, controversy has ...

‘GENeS’—Genetic Expert News Service–connects journalists directly to scientists on breaking news

Genes to Genomes | 
Most researchers know of colleagues with bad experiences talking to the media, and you don’t have to make the kind ...
Genes square

GENeS launches: New project provides journalists, NGOs, policy analysts scientific expertise on breaking stories

Genetic Literacy Project | 
Journalists and policymakers take note: GENeS--Genetic Expert News Service--is now live! Turn to GENeS for independent expert analysis and commentary ...
Food Technology

Investigative food journalism should go for more than the yuck factor

Genetic Literacy Project | 
Recent articles in the UK news media have 'lifted the lid' on the production of convenience food. While on the ...
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