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Essay: GM wheat trial fails … but science wins

About five¬†years ago, a team of scientists at Rothamsted Research (located in England) “began breeding wheat that could be grown using fewer pesticides.” Their ultimate goal? To engineer “the wheat …

Op-Ed: “Corporate irresponsibility over GMOs”

What is “being lost” as GMOs become a “trendy identifier?” In a scathing op-ed penned for The Washington Post, Michael Gerson (@MJGerson), suggests that the move to nix GMOs by …

The GMO controversy misses the point

The list of companies announcing changes to the foods they manufacture and retail is growing in response to consumer demand. Chipotle has nixed GMOs (well, at least partly). McDonald’s has …

Opinion: “How I got converted to GMO food”

Mark Lynas (@mark_lynas) is a researcher at the Cornell Alliance for Science. He was once an anti-GMO activist, and even admits to participating in the vandalism of field trials in …