9 misdirected arguments against GMOs that really reflect modern and organic ag issues by Layla Katiraee Science by news release: Media miss on bee “extinction” reports by Jon Entine LSD redux: Psychedelics may help brain functioning by Andrew Porterfield Are … Continue reading
From NPR: The National Academy of Sciences — probably the country’s most prestigious scientific group — has reaffirmed its judgment that GMOs are safe to eat. But the group’s new report struck a different tone from previous ones, with much … Continue reading
USDA annual report: Pesticide residues on food well below amounts dangerous to humans by Steve Savage For studies on GMO food safety, does length matter? by Andrew Porterfield What are GMOs? by Genetic Literacy Project Artificial uterus: How close is … Continue reading
Moms Across America claims GM salmon not kosher, but Jewish law, tradition say otherwise by Stephan Neidenbach Cellular clock may help improve cancer treatment, forensic science by Nicholas Staropoli Genetic engineering in Africa: Part 1: Bananas and Cassavas || Part 2: Cautious embrace … Continue reading
Just some cool stuff from twitter today!
Debunking 11 popular GMO Myths: Part I: Frankenfoods and Franken-corporations || Part II: Do GMOs pose health and ecological dangers? by Michael Hess & Peter Hess Making monkeys just to suffer: Is new autism model ethical? by Meredith Knight Stopping global hunger will require mix … Continue reading
Not all GMO plants are created equally: it’s the trait, not the method, that’s important Elizabeth Bent, University of Guelph Many people have strong opinions about genetically modified plants, also known as genetically modified organisms or GMOs. But sometimes there’s … Continue reading
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