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GMO Soy

Typically, when a genetically modified crop is developed, it undergoes safety tests to ensure that (1) its chemical composition and nutrition are not significantly different from those of its conventional counterparts; (2) the only detectable differences in proteins between the two varieties arise from the inserted gene(s); (3) those proteins are not toxic, even at […]

Why supermarket tomatoes look great but taste bland | Not Exactly Rocket Science | Discover Magazine

Why supermarket tomatoes look great but taste bland | Not Exactly Rocket Science | Discover Magazine.

Illumination: More Frankenfood Paradox!

Illumination: More Frankenfood Paradox!.

Knight Science Journalism Tracker » Blog Archive » The GM Grass Scare That Wasn’t

Knight Science Journalism Tracker » Blog Archive » The GM Grass Scare That Wasn’t.

Illumination: The GMO Labeling House of Cards

Illumination: The GMO Labeling House of Cards.

Genetically-modified mosquito designed to avoid malaria spread (Wired UK)

Genetically-modified mosquito designed to avoid malaria spread (Wired UK).

A Case of Mistaken Identity « Skeptical Vegan

A Case of Mistaken Identity « Skeptical Vegan.

Collide-a-scape » Blog Archive » Collide-a-scape >> When GMO Scare Stories Go Viral

Collide-a-scape » Blog Archive » Collide-a-scape >> When GMO Scare Stories Go Viral.

Illumination: What is “Genetically Modified”? and the Frankenfood Pardox

Illumination: What is "Genetically Modified"? and the Frankenfood Pardox.

Freakonomics » How California’s GMO Labeling Law Could Limit Your Food Choices and Hurt the Poor

How California’s GMO Labeling Law Could Limit Your Food Choices and Hurt the Poor via Freakonomics » How California’s GMO Labeling Law Could Limit Your Food Choices and Hurt the Poor.

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