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Viewpoint: It’s time to stop ‘connecting race to intelligence’

Slate | 
The race-and-IQ debate is back. The latest round started a few weeks ago when Harvard geneticist David Reich wrote a ...

Why activist criticism of GMO salmon is more scare than substance

Slate | 
The GLP aggregated and excerpted this blog/article to reflect the diversity of news, opinion and analysis. Some environmentalists are assailing ...
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Anti-GMO critics could use lesson in critical thinking

Slate | 
The debate over GMOs is a case study in critical thinking. By exploring the errors in fact and thinking circulated by ...

How far do you go to weed out lesser genetic defects

Slate | 
Two days ago in the New York Times, Gina Kolata told the story of Amanda Kalinsky, a 30-year-old woman who ...

How will abortion politics be effected by advent of advanced DNA screening ?

Slate | 
Today, if you’re pregnant with a defective fetus, you won’t know about the problem till you’re well along. At 10 ...
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