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Gene-Edited Mushroom Bypasses GMO Food Crop Rules
Non-browning fungus may be en route to your delicious dinner
The Year In Plagues: The Last Antibiotic, The Gene Editing Era, And More
Eight top stories from 2015
The Problem with GMO Labeling
The public wants it, biotech companies hate it—here’s where GMO labeling goes wrong
Genetically Modified Salmon Gets FDA Approval
The fish spent 19 years under regulatory consideration
The Month In Plagues: Dengue In India, Ancient Plague Fleas, And More
A plague of links from around the web
The Month In Plagues: A Future Without Antibiotics, A Chlamydia Mystery Solved, And More
A plague of links from around the web.
Q&A With SciBabe On GMOs, Swearing, And More
Science blogger Yvette d’Entremont fights pseudoscience with snark
The Month In Plagues: Parasitic Worm Sex, Lemony Malaria, And More
Your monthly roundup of infestations, contagions, and controls from around the web: In outbreak news The Ebola outbreak continues in...
How A Former Nuclear Missileer Made A Color-Changing Petunia
Keira Havens went from boom to bloom
Will Gardeners Buy A Color-Changing GMO Petunia?
The term GMO usually evokes agriculture—herbicide-tolerant or insect-resistant crops, for example, or rice fortified with vitamin A. But two plant...