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Bright Ideas in Human Genetics
Can aging be treated with drugs?
Geneticists have found several genes that seem to affect longevity. Are we on the verge of finding "treatments" for aging?
Food & Agriculture
Giving GM crops a fair shot: Cultural cognition theory opens consumer minds
Addressing public concerns about GMOs may require a new generation of consumer-focused products and a communication strategy based more on values than appeals to scientific authority.
Artificial DNA acts just like the real thing. Does that mean we should we make it?
Epigenetic ‘eraser’ can reset behavior, disease vulnerability and life experiences
Brain confusion: Why it’s so difficult to find cures for mental disorders
Humans as technological adolescents: Is this why ETs have not dropped by Earth?
No-till agriculture offers vast sustainability benefits. So why do organic farmers reject it?
Is organic farming sustainable? 5 carbon footprint challenges
How anti-GMO activists use monarch butterflies as ideological pawn
How supercomputers and plant genetics provide farmers better seeds

GLP Daily: Around the Web – July 14, 2015
Food & Agriculture
Biotech Gallery
Rodale has become the 'go to' organization for claims about the claimed 'superior science' of organic farming. But it's findings are often at odds with independent peer reviewed science, say critics.
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June 29, 2015
Mark R. Schleiss
University of Minnesota
Erik Stemmy
National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID)
July 2, 2015
Carl Winter
University of California, Davis
Frédéric Y. Bois
Sorbonne UTC & L’Institut National de l’Environnement Industriel et des Risques (INERIS)

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