GMO: Genetically Modified Organisms

Does the Biotech Industry Control What We Know About GMOs? - Organic Authority


Organic Authority

Does the Biotech Industry Control What We Know About GMOs?
Organic Authority
Some of the confusion surrounding GMO food, of course, is due to the fact that the research is ever evolving. “There isn't a large body of evidence illustrating the dangers of GMOs,” explains Mark Kastel, co-founder of the Cornucopia Institute, an ...

Then They Came For Ben & Jerry's - Townhall


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Then They Came For Ben & Jerry's
Townhall
Ben & Jerry's ice cream had to figure it would be one of the last firms in America to come under attack from the liberal misinformation complex. It has created flavors to honor Democrat politicians, contributed to Democrat campaigns and positioned ...

Netflix Show 'Okja' Takes on GMO Debate - Healthline


Healthline

Netflix Show 'Okja' Takes on GMO Debate
Healthline
“There are people who say the danger of GM foods is being overly exaggerated, but nobody is able to prove their safety either,” Bong told the BBC. It's possible viewers aren't likely walk to away from “Okja” feeling GMOs are tolerable. “Okja” paints a ...

Reality Check: Netflix's 'Okja' serves up anti-GMO fears with its super pig - AiPT! Comics


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Reality Check: Netflix's 'Okja' serves up anti-GMO fears with its super pig
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This makes me wonder if Bong, Ronson's co-writer, was more responsible for the anti-GMO elements in the film. In a recent interview with the BBC, Bong said, “It is reasonable to fear the potential disasters and dangers that genetically-modified foods ...

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Reality Check: Netflix's 'Okja' Serves Up Anti-GMO Fears with its Super Pig - AiPT! Comics


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Reality Check: Netflix's 'Okja' Serves Up Anti-GMO Fears with its Super Pig
AiPT! Comics
This makes me wonder if Bong, Ronson's co-writer, was more responsible for the anti-GMO elements in the film. In a recent interview with the BBC, Bong said, “It is reasonable to fear the potential disasters and dangers that genetically-modified foods ...

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Canadians Are First to Sample Genetically Modified Salmon - Discover Magazine (blog)


Discover Magazine (blog)

Canadians Are First to Sample Genetically Modified Salmon
Discover Magazine (blog)
After a protracted fight, salmon have become the first genetically modified animal to be sold in stores. The salmon, implanted with genes that boost their ... Tests by the FDA and Canadian regulatory agencies revealed no potential dangers from ...
Ideological hypocrisy? Environmentalists once supported land-based aquaculture—until it included genetically ...Genetic Literacy Project

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Ideological hypocrisy? Environmentalists once supported land-based aquaculture—until it included genetically ... - Genetic Literacy Project


Genetic Literacy Project

Ideological hypocrisy? Environmentalists once supported land-based aquaculture—until it included genetically ...
Genetic Literacy Project
The incidents highlight a strange twist in the plot involving efforts by anti-GMO environmental groups, like Food and Water Watch, to halt commercial production of the world's first genetically engineered salmon — a fish that grows to full size about ...

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Summer Food Policy Round-Up: Questlove, Sonny Perdue, GMO Moths, and More - Modern Farmer


Modern Farmer

Summer Food Policy Round-Up: Questlove, Sonny Perdue, GMO Moths, and More
Modern Farmer
Last summer was a huge turning point in the debate over genetically-engineered foods: Congress passed the first-ever GMO labeling legislation, which forces food companies to disclose genetically engineered ingredients, though not necessarily on ...

Shameless Fear-mongering – Versus Reality - Somewhat Reasonable - Heartland Institute (blog)


Somewhat Reasonable - Heartland Institute (blog)

Shameless Fear-mongering – Versus Reality
Somewhat Reasonable - Heartland Institute (blog)
Mechanized agriculture – coupled with modern fertilizers, hybrid and GMO seeds, irrigation and other advances – enable smaller numbers of farmers to produce bumper crops that feed billions, using less land, water and insecticides. ... Hundreds of ...

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Dopamine neurons may regulate our biological clock - Medical News Today


Medical News Today

Dopamine neurons may regulate our biological clock
Medical News Today
The genetically modified group of mice was much slower to adapt to the schedule shift compared with its control counterparts. This indicated to the researchers that dopamine signaling between the VTA and the SCN is necessary for circadian rhythm ...

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Doctors refuted the myths about the dangers of GMO products - www.MICEtimes.asia (press release)


www.MICEtimes.asia (press release)

Doctors refuted the myths about the dangers of GMO products
www.MICEtimes.asia (press release)
According to geneticists, the myths about GMO foods are the result of propaganda. The researchers believe the changes in the genotype of foods positive historic step. Food becomes more resistant to penetration of pathogenic bacteria that can stay ...

ABLE-AG writes to PM Modi on GM mustard debate - Livemint


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ABLE-AG writes to PM Modi on GM mustard debate
Livemint
New Delhi: In a counter to the intense opposition to GM mustard from civil society, a forum representing India's biotechnology sector has now written to Prime Minister Narendra Modi calling anti-genetically modified crops activists “anti-national” and ...

Shameless Fear-Mongering … Versus Reality - Townhall


Townhall

Shameless Fear-Mongering … Versus Reality
Townhall
Moreover, while it helps trap solar heat and keep Earth inhabitable, CO2 is the polar opposite of a “dangerous pollutant.” CO2 is vital plant food and fertilizer, essential for photosynthesis. Without it, life on Earth would cease to exist. In ...

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MySuperFoods Partners With No Fuss Lunch, Bringing Healthy Options to New Jersey Area Schools - GlobeNewswire (press release)


MySuperFoods Partners With No Fuss Lunch, Bringing Healthy Options to New Jersey Area Schools
GlobeNewswire (press release)
Currently serving 57 schools in New Jersey, each No Fuss Lunch is organic, non-GMO, and free of white flour, white sugar, high fructose corn syrup, and MSG. Their well-rounded meals include an entrée with whole grains, grass-fed ... adds Katie ...

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Internal Emails Reveal Monsanto Knew About (and Hid) the Dangers of Glyphosate - Organic Authority


Internal Emails Reveal Monsanto Knew About (and Hid) the Dangers of Glyphosate
Organic Authority
More than 75 documents released Tuesday in a lawsuit against agrochemical and genetically modified seed giant Monsanto reveal internal debate with regard to the safety of the company's glyphosate-based herbicide, Roundup. The documents, which were ...

Internal Emails Reveal Monsanto Knew About (and Hid) the Dangers of Glyphosate - Organic Authority


Organic Authority

Internal Emails Reveal Monsanto Knew About (and Hid) the Dangers of Glyphosate
Organic Authority
More than 75 documents released Tuesday in a lawsuit against agrochemical and genetically modified seed giant Monsanto reveal internal debate with regard to the safety of the company's glyphosate-based herbicide, Roundup. The documents, which were ...
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First Human Embryos Edited In US By Scientists - KJZZ


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First Human Embryos Edited In US By Scientists
KJZZ
As rumors spread in advance of the publication, the story sparked comparisons with films like Gattaca and books like Brave New World, with their themes of genetic discrimination, DNA-as-destiny and the social dangers of tampering with human heredity ...
First human embryos edited in the USA. Here's why it's problematic.The Tidings

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First human embryos edited in the USA. Here's why it's problematic. - Catholic News Agency


Catholic News Agency

First human embryos edited in the USA. Here's why it's problematic.
Catholic News Agency
While researchers laud the breakthrough as a step towards the birth of genetically modified humans and the potential ability to treat inherited genetic diseases, the embryonic humans created and tested in both the US and Chinese experiments were all ...

SEED: The Untold Story shines light on cultures affected by biochemical agriculture - Colorado Springs Independent


Colorado Springs Independent

SEED: The Untold Story shines light on cultures affected by biochemical agriculture
Colorado Springs Independent
This documentary is a tough watch for a skeptic of the GMO (genetically modified organism) scare. We hear about GMOs and herbicides and the dangers of modern agriculture, but it's easy to ignore if we get our food pre-packaged or at big box stores.

Understanding the basics of Genetically-Modified Organisms - NIGERIAN TRIBUNE (press release) (blog)


NIGERIAN TRIBUNE (press release) (blog)

Understanding the basics of Genetically-Modified Organisms
NIGERIAN TRIBUNE (press release) (blog)
GM crops have the potential to strengthen farming and food security by granting more certainty against the unpredictable factors of nature. These resistances and higher yields hold great promise for ... From 2003-13, 1,783 studies showed no human or ...

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