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GM Hens Could Save an Entire Species

“Researchers at the Roslin Institute have genetically modified chickens who act as surrogates to lay …

May the Force of Biotechnology Be With You: What We’re Reading, February 2016

Each month, GMO Answers compiles a few of our favorite news stories into one post on the GMO Answers …

Huff Post: We’re Asking The Wrong Questions About GMOs

The scientific community has reached a consensus: It’s generally safe for genetically-modified organisms to be in …

2017 And Beyond: Experts Weigh In On GMOs & What Lies Ahead

The dawn of a new year is both a time for reflection and for excitement. …

You’d Look Good in Designer Genes

Genetic engineering will soon make commercial bluejean production cheaper than ever, writes Henry Miller in …

Post-Truth Science: GMOs and Glyphosate

Attempts to discredit genetically modified crops and the herbicide glyphosate have no scientific basis, according …

The Non-browning Apple Wants to Change Your Mind About GM Foods

After years of development, protest and regulatory red tape, the first genetically modified, non-browning apples …

ICYMI: The Administration Proposes Last Minute Updates to the Regulation of GE Crops and Animals

Just a few days before President-elect Donald Trump takes office, the Obama administration released a series of proposals …

GMO Answers: What We’re Reading - December 2016

Each month, GMO Answers compiles a few of our favorite news stories into one post on the GMO Answers …

Can CRISPR Technology Help Us Meet the Goals of "One Health"?

The concept of “One Health” recognizes that the health of people, animals, and the environment …