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The 10-hour operation was performed on Tuesday by a team of doctors at Xijing Hospital of the Fourth Military Medical University. The recipient was a Tibetan macaque, a species found only in China. Dou Kefeng, the team leader and a professor at the
November 09, 2012 with 2 Comments Californians voted against their best interests Tuesday, rejecting Proposition 37, the California Right to Know Genetically Engineered Food Act. November 9, 2012 Sometimes you have to wonder why otherwise intelligent
A Collective Effort to Save Decades of Research as the Water Rose Published: November 5, 2012 The calls started coming in late on Tuesday and early Wednesday: offers of dry ice, freezer space, coolers...As hurricane-driven waters surged into New York
The Green Party has called for the immediate withdrawal of a type of genetically engineered corn, based on the results of a French study that is causing an international furore. The researchers claim rats fed a diet of Monsanto's genetically modified
The New York Times The scientist who made a deadly bird flu virus transmissible in mammals, touching off public fears of a pandemic, said Wednesday that the virus he created was neither as contagious nor as dangerous as people had been led to believe.
Ark. (AP) — Rice growers have met a threshold to move forward with a proposed $750 million settlement over genetically modified rice. Bayer CropScience spokesman Greg Coffey said Thursday that farmers filed enough claims to
I have spent the bulk of my life resenting corporate controls in my life & the fact that people in any country dispute the control is there is Ludicrous to me. One friend on facebook recently asked for one thing that corporations
tool goes here The last few decades have not been good for wheat. Some of the world's most popular diets (Atkins, South Beach and the Dukan Diet) have urged followers to ditch bread and other carbs to slim down, while a rising number of celiac and
With the vast majority of planted corn crops in the US (over 90 percent) and soy crops (over 95 percent) now being GM varieties, the American public has a right to ask producers of these foods whether they are safe for long-term consumption.
The USDA is embarking on a pilot project that would see the same biotech company that produces the genetically altered(genetically modified organisms) to do the safety check and environmental impact studies themselves or contract the work out.