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Monsanto/Bayer Moving to Genome Edit Fruits and More

Monsanto/Bayer Moving to Genome Edit Fruits and More
By F. William Engdahl
18 January 2019

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Genetically Modified Food Opponents Know Less than They Think, Research Finds

Andrew Sorensen wrote . . . . . . . . .

The people who hold the most extreme views opposing genetically modified (GM) foods think they know most about GM food science, but actually know the least, according to new research. 407 more words

Food

Genetic Modified Organisms (GMO): a threat or a lifebelt for the future?

Whenever an innovation is brought to life, it is important that people who will use it are informed about it, to prevent misunderstanding and confusion. Since the 1990s, genetic modified organisms (GMOs) have been available for commercial use in USA, and more and more GMO-derived food has been populating the shelves of supermarkets. 1,144 more words

SCIENCE

Η νέα στρατηγική βιολογικού περιορισμού ελέγχει τη διάδοση των διαφυγόντων GMO

Credit: Ryuichi Hirota, Hiroshima University

Οι ερευνητές του Πανεπιστημίου της Χιροσίμα (HU) ανέπτυξαν με επιτυχία μια στρατηγική βιολογικού περιορισμού για γενετικώς τροποποιημένους οργανισμούς (GMO). Η νέα τους μέθοδος εμποδίζει τα γενετικά τροποποιημένα κυανοβακτήρια να επιβιώσουν εκτός του δοκιμαστικού τους περιβάλλοντος, επιτρέποντας έτσι την ασφαλέστερη έρευνα των επιπτώσεων των GMO. 67 more words

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Thoughts on GMO's

So I’ve read a few articles recently and I want to share my thoughts on them. The first isn’t an article…it was a book, and I’m going to put a shameless plug here, for “Home Sweet, Home Grown”, by Robyn Jasko and Jennifer Biggs. 706 more words

Why Does Greenpeace like Butterflies?

In the past, I have asked what appears to be, at first glance, two very silly sounding questions toward Greenpeace. Why do they like watermelons? And why do they like grapefruits? 114 more words

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On the Importance of Skepticism - Neurologica Blog

Editor’s note: I don’t normally use TDCG as a place to re-post articles, but I felt this needed to be shared with as wide an audience as I could muster. 236 more words

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