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Viewpoint: Free speech vs science—Should colleges invite anti-GMO speakers they know spread misinformation?

On Feb 18, 2020
@BioBeef shared
RT @JonEntine: Viewpoint: Free speech vs science—Should colleges invite anti-GMO speakers they know spread misinformation? Alison Van Eenennaam @biobeef https://t.co/xha8EhkVIh
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In the face of climate change, the expectation for evidence is doubled because of the dramatic implications.

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On Feb 18, 2020
@BioBeef shared
RT @JonEntine: Viewpoint: Free speech vs science—Should colleges invite anti-GMO speakers they know spread misinformation? Alison Van Eenennaam @biobeef https://t.co/xha8EhkVIh
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Viewpoint: Free speech vs science—Should colleges invite anti-GMO speakers they know spread misinformation?

In the face of climate change, the expectation for evidence is doubled because of the dramatic implications.


On Feb 20, 2020
@BioBeef shared
RT @GeneticLiteracy: "On this day I was embarrassed to be a UC alumna, a faculty member, and a UC parent." https://t.co/YhMKYEBJqN @biobeef
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Viewpoint: Glyphosate causes kidney disease? Debunking anti-GMO activist Vandana Shiva’s herbicide junk science

Seeing Vandana Shiva hosted at the University of California made me embarrassed to be a UC parent, alum, and faculty member.

On Feb 19, 2020
@JonEntine shared
RT @prometheusgreen: Podcast: Biologist Rob Wager takes on anti-GMO scientists at 1st International Conference on Agroecology https://t.co/qV8L9Cy8T2
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Podcast: Biologist Rob Wager takes on anti-GMO scientists at 1st International Conference on Agroecology

Economic growth fueled by market reforms has cut poverty in the developing world drastically over the last 30 years. But approximately 400 million people

On Feb 21, 2020
@JonEntine shared
Gene drives could revolutionize how we deal with pests—if the technology avoids the controversial fate of GMOs @AMPorterfield https://t.co/0ZdhutYjh2
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Gene drives could revolutionize how we deal with pests—if the technology avoids the controversial fate of GMOs

In addition to research and laboratory ethics, gene drive proponents need to focus on public perception.

On Feb 22, 2020
@JonEntine shared
Some organic farming advocates poised to embrace CRISPR and other New Breeding Techniques because of their sustainability benefits https://t.co/rE7Bra8Y6C
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Some organic farming advocates poised to embrace CRISPR and other New Breeding Techniques because of their sustainability benefits

There is a new ongoing debate as to what plant breeding technologies constitute genetic modification. The transgenic GM crops introduced more than 20

On Feb 17, 2020
@IAmBiotech shared
DYK: Plant science innovation can help bring new products to consumers while providing a wide array of choices in diet, nutrition, and taste. Learn More: https://t.co/UqbVJWIEQD #InnovationDay #AgTech
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This Innovation Day, We Celebrate Plant Science Innovation

GMOs and plant science innovation are key to providing resources to farmers and consumers while facing the global problems facing the world today. 

On Feb 17, 2020
@RobbFraley shared
FDA defends CRISPR-edited animal rules likely to block most uses: Is the agency trying to avoid litigation from anti-GMO groups? The FDA defended its proposal to regulate gene-edited animals as veterinary drugs... https://t.co/oI4R6JX0TQ
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FDA defends CRISPR-edited animal rules likely to block most uses: Is the agency trying to avoid litigation from anti-GMO groups?

"How can the presence of one identifiable variant justify the costs and delays of mandatory FDA oversight?"

On Feb 21, 2020
@JonEntine shared
Charles Benbrook: Agricultural economist and consultant for the organic industry and anti-biotechnology advocacy groups @chuckbenbrook https://t.co/T4Hn83s7iw
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Charles Benbrook: Agricultural economist and consultant for the organic industry and anti-biotechnology advocacy groups

Independent scientists rip Benbrook's co-authored commentary in New England Journal calling for reassessment of dangers of all GMO crops and herbicides

On Feb 17, 2020
@RobbFraley shared
Mutagenesis techniques must be subject to GMO regulation. The Conseil d’Etat, France’s top administrative court, ruled that organisms obtained via in-vitro mutagenesis techniques, including gene editing, should be subject to GMO regulation. https://t.co/a893RYXojQ
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Mutagenesis techniques must be subject to GMO regulation, says French court

The Conseil d’Etat, France’s top administrative court, ruled that organisms obtained by mutagenesis techniques should be subject to GMO regulation. [SHUTTERSTOCK] The French government has ...

On Feb 17, 2020
@gmopundit shared
Evolution mode of deadly cereal rust heightens threat fears https://t.co/9mAPeNBtFL via @theGRDC
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Researchers have solved the mystery of how the Ug99 strain of wheat rust evolved

CSIRO scientists have discovered crucial information about a wheat stem rust fungus.

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On Feb 21, 2020
@SynBioBeta shared
“Unlike with IT, India riding the new #biosciences wave shouldn’t be an accident” https://t.co/POALjt6lnA @manavikapur @qzindia
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“Unlike with IT, India riding the new biosciences wave shouldn’t be an accident”

Ashoka University's new school to induct 30 faculty and 100 doctoral scholars by 2025.

On Feb 21, 2020
@CropLifeIntl shared
RT @IICAnews: @IICAnoticias and @CropLife_La signed a joint work agreement to promote good agricultural practices and responsible biotechnology use in Latin America and the Caribbean 👉https://t.co/O3zVNMdhNz https://t.co/5ZSBt2Z8wM
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IICA and CropLife join forces to promote good agricultural practices and responsible biotechnology use in Latin America and the Caribbean

An agreement signed between the organizations will promote regional agricultural sustainability by providing biotechnology and biosecurity training to producers and other groups.

On Feb 20, 2020
@SynBioBeta shared
Adisseo and Calysta Establish a Joint-Venture to Commercialize FeedKind®, an Innovative Feed Solution for #Aquaculture https://t.co/CfLd6VG5NQ @FeedKind @Adisseo #aquafeed
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Adisseo and Calysta Establish a Joint-Venture to Commercialize FeedKind®, an Innovative Feed Solution for Aquaculture

Adisseo and Calysta signed an agreement to establish a joint venture named Calysseo to develop FeedKind®, an innovative feed solution for aquaculture

On Feb 18, 2020
@BioBeef shared
RT @ctlgh_info: "Genomic selection supports the breeding of animals with high production levels despite harsh conditions in some low and middle-income countries" - CTLGH & @roslininstitute researcher Prof @HickeyJohn https://t.co/9fDTea7Cvs
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Future of livestock production in the spotlight

Scientists and industry experts examined the need and scope for change in the livestock sector in response to increasing societal and environmental challenges.