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Viewpoint: It’s time for a reassessment of the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC)'s role in sabotaging glyphosate, one of the world’s most popular — and safest — herbicides
High on prehistoric life: When did humans begin experimenting with mind-altering drugs and alcohol?
OCD relief: A genetic-based therapy for obsessive-compulsive disorder could be within reach
Irrational fears of food irradiation still peddled by ‘environmental’ activists
Viewpoint: Neuriva Plus nonsense — The Big Bang Theory star Mayim Bialik doubles down on ‘snake oil’ brain supplements
An activist-based PR campaign is poised to claim that the Earth faces a Silent Spring-like ‘insect armageddon.’ Will The New York Times and other media fall for the 'hysteria con' once again?
Biryani boost: Raft of gene editing innovations can improve rice quality and flavors
‘Genetic pain’: Prince Harry’s comments stir controversial debate over whether we can inherit our parents’ traumas
CRISPR gene editing debuts in space, as astronauts study how DNA repairs itself from cosmic radiation
‘Optogenetics’ miracle? Gene therapy and high-tech goggles partially restore sight to man blinded for 40 years
Pseudoscience takes hold with athletes at the Olympics
How AI and gene editing can combine to revolutionize climate-smart farming
Viewpoint: What’s the future of individualized medicine when you factor in ‘racial’ and genetic differences?
China’s xenotransplantation boom: Gene editing providing modified pig organs for human transplant
Lab-grown meat dilemma: Sustainable alternatives to livestock farming held back by patents, reluctance to share research and lack of government support
Colorants used in food, drugs and cosmetics are often petroleum based. Genetically engineered bacteria could offer a safer solution
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