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These Emails Show a Trump Official Helping Her Former Chemical Industry Colleagues 15.1.2020 Mother Jones
This story was published originally by ProPublica, a nonprofit newsroom that investigates abuses of power. Sign up for ProPublica’s Big Story newsletter to receive stories like this one in your inbox as soon as they are published. In 2017, Dow Chemical scored a long-sought-after victory: After a push from the U.S. government, China approved the import […]
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A young Mississippi woman's journey through a pioneering gene-editing experiment 25.12.2019 Minnesota Public Radio: Law & Justice
NPR tells the exclusive, behind-the-scenes story of the first person with a genetic disorder to be treated in the United States with the revolutionary gene-editing technique CRISPR.
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BioShock returns for more gene-enhanced gaming 9.12.2019 BBC: Technology
A fourth release in the critically acclaimed series is announced, after many feared it to be dead.
Brexit: Could the UK and EU sort a trade deal in months? 2.12.2019 BBC: Business
Even if the withdrawal agreement is approved, the future UK-EU trade relationship still requires much work.
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Genetically-modified babies 'ethically justifiable', academic claims 19.11.2019 BBC: Health
An Abertay University bioethicist says it could protect people from debilitating diseases in later life.
Monsanto Wins $7.7 Billion Lawsuit in Brazil, But Farmers Continue to Fight 1.11.2019
A field of soybeans are seen against the sunset
Monsanto has long had the upper hand over the farmers who use its products.
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After a life of painful sickle cell disease, a patient hopes gene-editing can help 10.10.2019 Minnesota Public Radio: Law & Justice
She's the first patient with a genetic disorder to be treated with the powerful gene-editing technique CRISPR. The treatment has wrapped up and now she's waiting to see if it brings relief.
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Genome-edited bull passes hornless gene to calves 7.10.2019 BBC News - Science & Environment
Researchers produce cattle that lack horns, meaning they cannot use them to injure other animals or humans.
Common cold stopped by experimental approach 16.9.2019 BBC: Health
It may be possible to make our bodies inhospitable for the cold virus after promising early research.
Tiny Albino Lizards Are the First Gene-edited, Mutant Reptiles 28.8.2019 Newsweek Top Stories
Scientists used the groundbreaking CRISPR technique to create the lizards.
UK must accept US food standards in trade deal, says farm chief 15.8.2019 BBC: Business
Fears over practices like chlorine-washing chicken are unfounded, says the head of America's farm lobby.
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Column: How much are conspiracy theories really shaping American life? 14.8.2019 LA Times: Opinion

"American Conspiracy Theories" author Joseph Uscinski on how conspiracy theories shape our public life.

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A Controversial Human-monkey Chimera Has Been Created in China, According to a New Report 2.8.2019 Newsweek Top Stories
Scientists hope the research will bring us a step closer to create organs for transplant.
Lyme Disease-carrying White-footed Mouse Could One Day Be Genetically Modified to Stop Spread of Tick-borne Illness 24.7.2019 Newsweek Top Stories
Scientists have sequenced the genome of the white-food mouse, the primary carrier of Lyme disease.
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Corporations Can Legally Put Carcinogens in Our Food Without Warning Labels 16.7.2019
Cheerios contain enough glyphosate to be labeled toxic, but corporate free speech rights prevent it.
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Here comes lab-grown dairy: milk proteins made without animals 12.7.2019 LA Times: Business

The search for sustainable, healthy alternatives to meat has two paths: the meat-mimicking veggie burger and lab-grown proteins. But in the land of dairy, there are only plant-based alternatives such as cashew “butter” and almond milk.

Whether you’re milking the animals or slaughtering them, industrial...

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Cows Genetically Modified to Burp and Fart Less Could Cut Methane Emissions by Half 4.7.2019 Newsweek Top Stories
Scientists have identified genetically inherited gut microbes that regulate how much methane a cow produces.
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A fast-growing East L.A. tortilla business started with two high school friends 4.7.2019 Los Angeles Times - Living Green

Chances are you’ve had supermarket corn tortillas, the thick, bland, chalky discs that Rick Ortega calls “hot dog tortillas.”

Ortega, along with business partner Omar Ahmed, runs Kernel of Truth, a Los Angeles company that makes tortillas almost unrecognizable in taste from those mass-retail bulk...

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Jingoistic Military Fetishization Is as American As Bald Eagle McNuggets 4.7.2019
There’s nothing alien or un-American about Trump’s July 4th military hardware parade, writes Caitlin Johnstone.  By Caitlin Johnstone “Putin’s America,” tweeted Anand Giridharadas, a pundit who was genetically engineered in a Monsanto laboratory to appeal to NPR listeners on every possible…Read more →
Should we resurrect the American chestnut tree with genetic engineering? 25.6.2019 LA Times: Science
Genetic engineering could help save chestnuts and other trees threatened by pests, disease and climate change. But how much we should intervene in nature?
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