Each month, GMO Answers compiles a few stories we think particularly noteworthy. Science is everywhere, and that was especially true in the stories that caught our eye this past April. So go with the flow, lose control, feel the power, fight your resistance, be a catalyst, start a reaction, keep an ion the ball, and join us in finding out the latest in the world of science and GMOs in this month’s What We’re Reading post:
- A March for Humanity – A blog post by Joni Kamiya at The Hawaii Farmer’s Daughter blog chronicles her day at the March for Science in Honolulu as she tries to educate people about the science of GMOs.
- Advancements in Agriculture, Good for People and the Planet – Former USDA Secretary Tom Vilsack pens a guest column in The Hill newspaper about the benefits of technology and science in modern agriculture.
- The Future of Food: To GMO or Not To GMO? – An article at the Singularity Hub takes a look at a new viral video that explores many of the issues in the conversation about GM technology.
- The Scientists Fighting to Save Us From a World Without Coffee – Bloomberg news explains how scientists are researching new coffee plants that can thrive in different climates and fight disease threats.
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