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Why cells are like computers—And how ‘hacking’ them could lead to new diagnostic tools

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Cells are basically tiny computers: They send and receive inputs and output accordingly. If you chug a Frappuccino, your blood sugar ...
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Generic GMO soy opens lower cost market and could be boon for academic researchers

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Monsanto's Roundup Ready seeds increased farmer's yields, but came with a caveat. Because their pesticide resistance genes were patented, farmers had ...

GMO animals face expensive regulatory hurdles before approval as food

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No one eats genetically modified animals. That is to say, human beings have modified almost every domesticated foodstuff, plant, and ...
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