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Orlando Sentinel hosts GMO debate: Who wins on the science?

Genetic Literacy Project | 
When a debate gets as contentious as that on GMOs, juxtaposed viewpoints can serve to put many dimensions of an ...

Union of Concerned Scientists blames GMOs for ‘superweeds’ but issue more complex

Genetic Literacy Project | 
Genetically modified crops have been blamed for the superweeds problem, but in truth, the use of herbicides in monocultural practices ...
No science-based reason to justify mandatory GMO labeling, study concludes

No science-based reason to justify mandatory GMO labeling, study concludes

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Analysis of the scientific, legal and economic ramifications of mandatory GMO labeling by the Council for Agricultural Science and Technology ...

Is glyphosate, used with some GM crops, dangerously toxic to humans?

Genetic Literacy Project | 
Glyphosate has been characterized by independent science and regulatory agencies to be relatively safe, but anti-GMO groups use uncritically publicized ...

Will European opposition to GM foods slow biomedical advances?

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Genetically modified bacteria might be able to relieve celiac sufferers from inflammatory symptoms but researchers worry that tight restrictions promoted ...
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GLP Infographic: How crops are modified–Are GMOs more dangerous?

Genetic Literacy Project | 
A new GLP infographic reviews the four main ways in which crops have been genetically modified by humans: traditional breeding, ...

Are GMOs causing an increase in allergies?

Genetic Literacy Project | 
The potential for allergies from foods with genetically modified ingredients is no higher than that in any food, including organics ...
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Federal GMO label: Conspiracy for activists, science-based for industry

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Industry groups described Rep. Mike Pompeo's Safe and Accurate Food Labeling Act of 2014 as "science-based" while anti-GMO activists play ...
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Stine Seed flies under media radar but is patent backbone of biotech industry

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Few outside of the biotech industry know Stine Seed Farm, a plant breeding and biotechnology group that develops germplasm for ...
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Top GMO question consumers want answered: Do GMOs cause cancer?

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It is telling that some consumers are most worried about cancer-causing GMOs when scientific evidence has pointed strongly otherwise: No, ...
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Princess Anne rejects brother Prince Charles’ anti-GMO views

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Princess Anne argues that genetically modified crops do have a role to play in using land more efficiently, putting her ...

As FDA rejects mandatory GMO labeling, some ‘green’ groups advocate vandalism

Genetic Literacy Project | 
FDA commissioner's science-based support for voluntary labeling of GMOs disappointed anti-GMO campaigners, some of whom are now advocating ripping up ...
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CNN’s irresponsible article on ’10 ways to avoid GMOs’–No, GMOs are not unsafe

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CNN's article about 10 ways to avoid GMOs was not grounded in fact and misled many readers, a clear example ...
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Non-GMO beer? Label makes no sense

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Beer's usual ingredients - water, barley or wheat, hops and yeast - are not available as genetically modified crops, yet ...
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