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Genetic Literacy Project | Science Not Ideology
The GLP's mission is to aid the public, media and policymakers in understanding the science and implications of human and agricultural genetics and biotech.
Genetic Literacy Project | Science Not Ideology
The GLP's mission is to aid the public, media and policymakers in understanding the science and implications of human and agricult...
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Genetic Literacy Project Confidence: 86%
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|Are most gmo safety studies funded by industry?|
|Do gmo farmers ‘douse’ their fields in glyphosate and other agrochemicals?|
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|Has modern agriculture ‘tainted’ your thanksgiving dinner? (2)|
|Religious beliefs shape our thinking on cloning, stem cells and gene editing (2)|
|Podcast: how artificial intelligence, machine learning can help us realize the value of all that genetic data we’re collecting (2)|
|ıs ‘natural’ better than ‘artificial’? skincare products underscore why that view is wrongheaded (4)|
|Viewpoint: generation z to environmentalists: ıf you care about sustainability, embrace gmos and gene edited crops (2)|
|Treating ‘suicidality’ as its own medical condition could spur research, better treatment options (3)|
|Gmos are ‘substantially equivalent’ to conventional foods. should they face reduced regulations? (2)|
|Our brains as hard drives—could we delete, modify or add memories and skills? (3)|
|Podcast: from jurassic park to woolly mammoths – is it right to bring back extinct species? (3)|
|Viewpoint: ımpossible and beyond burgers are delicious, but are they good for you? (2)|
|Pesticides endanger humans, animals, beneficial insects? rethinking simplistic notions, understanding trade-offs in sustainability and health (4)|
|Podcast: epidemiologist geoffrey kabat explains how junk science gets published—and how to spot it in the headlines|
|Plant-based burgers are wildly popular. are any of them vegan? (2)|
|Coating seeds with silk that supplies essential nutrients could provide a natural fertilizer to grow crops on unproductive soils (3)|
|Viewpoint: federal government doles out millions of dollars to ‘children’s health centers’ that promote junk science (4)|
|Viewpoint: absolute opposition to gmos, gene edited crops and pesticides threatens food security and harms the environment (3)|
|How does a 4,000-year-old meal taste? pretty good, according to recreated babylonian recipes (2)|
|Geneticist pamela ronald: non gmo food label ‘dupes’ americans into buying $26 billion worth of mostly misleadingly-labeled products (2)|
|‘regulatory wild west? dna startups claim they can assess sexual preferences, depression risk, longevity and drinking proclivity|
|What to make of ‘photographic proof’ of insect life on mars? more than likely, they’re just rocks (2)|
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