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How gene-edited crops could spell the end of the infamous term ‘GMO’

Review of Agrarian Studies | 
Political and social controversies, as well as complications of plant breeding, intellectual property, and regulation, have compromised the promised impact ...
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Talking Biotech: Cornell’s Ronald Herring on Vandana Shiva’s anti-biotechnology crusade in India

Genetic Literacy Project | 
Cornell’s Ronald Herring on Vandana Shiva's anti-biotechnology crusade in India ...
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Talking Biotech: Cornell’s Ronald Herring rebukes GMO link to Indian farmer suicides

Genetic Literacy Project | 
Cornell’s Ronald Herring rebukes GMO link to Indian farmer suicides ...

Politics of GMOs in India: Bt cotton vs. Bt brinjal

AgBioForum | 
The GLP aggregated and excerpted this blog/article to reflect the diversity of news, opinion and analysis. We must begin with ...

Genetic engineering of food not magic bullet, but important tool

Mint | 
Ronald J. Herring, professor of government and international professor of agriculture and rural development at Cornell University, US, believes that ...
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Bt cotton huge success in India defies anti-GMO conspiracy theories

Ideas for India | 
In disputes around Bt cotton, a “triumph narrative” is alleged to have emerged from researchers - mainly economists - catering ...

Cornell scientist: Exaggerated caution slows adoption of GM crops

Indian Express | 
In normal science, risk has a precise but deceptively simple meaning: risk equals the probability of some hazard. Anyone booking ...