Young plant scientists eager to develop climate resilient and more nutritious crops see CRISPR gene editing as key – Genetic Literacy Project

In the summer of 2018, the European Court of Justice (that’s Europe’s highest court) reviewed a case and concluded that gene-edited crops should be
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Young plant scientists eager to develop climate resilient and more nutritious crops see CRISPR gene editing as key – Genetic Literacy Project

In the summer of 2018, the European Court of Justice (that’s Europe’s highest court) reviewed a case and concluded that gene-edited crops should be
— Read on geneticliteracyproject.org/2022/03/17/young-plant-scientists-eager-to-develop-climate-resilient-and-more-nutritious-crops-see-crispr-gene-editing-as-key/

‘Are we finally going to overcome the GMO dispute?’: New book explains why scientific proof is not enough to change anti-biotech minds – Genetic Literacy Project

European Scientist: Are we finally going to overcome the GMO dispute? Marcel Kuntz: As Claude Debru points out in the preface to the new book Plant
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GLP Podcast: Animal gene editing moves ahead in Russia; Biotech eliminates flavorless produce; Edible cholera vaccine coming soon? | Genetic Literacy Project

ussia wants to produce allergen-free milk using animal gene editing. How much progress have they made? If you’re bored with flavorless fruits and
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Glyphosate on trial: In an ‘unequal contest’ between science and emotion, can evidence overcome pesticide-cancer fears? | Genetic Literacy Project

Recently, I was asked to speak about the weedkiller glyphosate on Radio Colombia. As is often the case with media appearances, I didn’t know what to expect
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The glyphosate debacle: How a misleading study about the alleged risks of the weedkiller Roundup and gullible reporters helped fuel a cancer scare | Genetic Literacy Project

As biotech giant Bayer prepares to spend $10 billion settling thousands of lawsuits alleging its weedkiller Roundup (and its active ingredient glyphosate)
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Misleading glyphosate-cancer study Part 2: ‘Symptom of a widespread problem’—Concerns about ideological activism in science research and communications | Genetic Literacy Project

For the better part of four years, a coalition of environmental groups and tort lawyers (aided by the mainstream press) has relentlessly asserted that the
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