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New American Divide: Organic Food and GMOs Spur Disagreement
LIVE SCIENCE Should you buy organic? Or avoid foods made with genetically modified ingredients? Americans are divided in their thinking on whether such choices are beneficial for their health, a new survey... 3 days
CRISPR editing in pancreatic cells reduced cell death and increased insulin secretion
PHYS.ORG With the help of the CRISPR/Cas9 gene scissors, researchers at Lund University Diabetes Centre in Sweden have managed to "turn off" an enzyme that... 3 days
Towards therapeutic applications of mRNA—new insights into translation and decapping
PHYS.ORG Gene therapy gives hope to millions of patients. Researchers from the University of Warsaw have been working on mRNA containing a modified fragment that initiates protein biosynthesis. Recently... 3 days
Study reveals key role of mRNA's 'fifth nucleotide' in determining sex in fruit flies
SCIENCE DAILY A team of scientists has shown how a common mRNA modification, N6-methyladenosine (m6A), regulates gene expression to determine the sex... 4 days
Study reveals key role of mRNA's 'fifth nucleotide' in determining sex in fruit flies
PHYS.ORG A team of scientists led by the University of Birmingham has shown how a common mRNA modification, N6-methyladenosine (m6A), regulates... 4 days
the florida keys approve a trial release of genetically modified mosquitoes to combat zika The Florida Keys approve a trial release of genetically-modified mosquitoes to combat Zika
THE VERGE Last summer, the Food and Drug Administration gave the go-ahead... 2 weeks
Judge: Hawaii counties can't regulate GMOs and pesticides
PHYS.ORG A federal judge has ruled that three Hawaii counties can't enact their own bans or regulations on genetically modified crops and pesticides, handing a victory to the major agriculture companies that fought... 2 weeks
Crop yield gets big boost with modified genes in photosynthesis
SCIENCE DAILY Researchers have bumped up crop productivity by as much as 20 percent by increasing the expression of genes that result in more efficient use of light in photosynthesis.... 2 weeks
Scientists Modify Plants, Making Them Use Sunlight Better
ABC NEWS Scientists have come up with a genetic hack of plants that make them use sunlight more efficiently 2 weeks
Should genetically modified organisms be part of our conservation efforts?
PHYS.ORG Biotechnology is rapidly evolving through developments in genome editing and synthetic biology, giving birth to new forms of life. 3 weeks
Model predicts elimination of GMO crops would cause hike in greenhouse gas emissions
SCIENCE DAILY A global ban on genetically modified crops would raise food prices and add the equivalent of nearly a billion tons of carbon... 4 weeks
Dependency can be an evolutionary advantage
SCIENCE DAILY It has been known for quite some time that genetically modified bacteria, which have lost their ability to produce certain amino acids and retrieve these nutrients from their environment grow better than bacteria, which produce all... 4 weeks
Dependency can be an evolutionary advantage
PHYS.ORG It has been known for quite some time that genetically modified bacteria, which have lost their ability to produce certain amino acids and retrieve these nutrients from their environment grow better than bacteria, which produce all... 4 weeks
U.K. researchers seeking permission to field test genetically modified wheat
PHYS.ORG (Phys.org)—A team of researchers with the of Universities of Lancaster, Rothmamsted and Essex has submitted a request to Britain's Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs asking for... 4 weeks
Model predicts elimination of GMO crops would cause hike in greenhouse gas emissions
PHYS.ORG A global ban on genetically modified crops would raise food prices and add the equivalent of nearly a billion tons of carbon... 4 weeks
EPA proposes expanded use of new herbicide, Enlist Duo
PHYS.ORG The Environmental Protection Agency has proposed more than doubling the number of states allowed to use a new version of a popular weed killer on genetically modified crops despite its... 1 month
[Chemical Biology] Radicals push proteins beyond genes
AAAS Chemically modifying proteins after their translation can expand their structural and functional roles (see the Perspective by Hofmann and Bode). Two related methods describe how to – [Read More] 1 month
Scientists prove how genetics change behavior by studying worms' foraging strategies
SCIENCE DAILY In order to study why organisms pay attention to what other members of their species are doing, scientists set out to understand how animals are incorporating... 1 month
Bioluminescent sensor causes brain cells to glow in the dark
PHYS.ORG A team of Vanderbilt scientists have genetically modified luciferase, the enzyme that produces bioluminescence, so that it acts as an optical sensor that records activity in brain cells. 1 month
Bioluminescent sensor causes brain cells to glow in the dark
SCIENCE DAILY A new kind of bioluminescent sensor causes individual brain cells to imitate fireflies and glow in the dark. The probe is a genetically modified form of luciferase, the... 1 month
Zika virus infections modify viral and human genetic material, research finds
NEWS MEDICAL Researchers at University of California San Diego School of Medicine have discovered that Zika virus infection leads to modifications of both viral and human genetic material. 1 month
Study provides insights into how species adapt to changing environments over many generations
NEWS MEDICAL Research led by the European Bioinformatics Institute and the University of Washington has shown that the biological diversity needed for evolution can... 2 months
Researchers identify enzyme that removes molecular modifications from transfer RNA
SCIENCE DAILY The enzyme ALKBH1 can remove molecular modifications from transfer RNA, causing a measurable effect on protein translation in the cell, new research demonstrates. The study sheds new light... 2 months
Drivers of evolution hidden in plain sight
SCIENCE DAILY The evolutionary history of thousands of protein modifications in 18 related species have now been reconstructed by a team of scientists. Their findings highlight a previously unknown strategy for generating the diversity needed for... 2 months
Drivers of evolution hidden in plain sight
PHYS.ORG Research led by the European Bioinformatics Institute (EMBL-EBI) and the University of Washington has shown that the biological diversity needed for evolution can be generated by changes in protein modifications. The findings, published today... 2 months
Researchers identify enzyme that removes molecular modifications from transfer RNA
PHYS.ORG New research by scientists from the University of Chicago demonstrates that the enzyme ALKBH1 can remove molecular modifications from transfer RNA, causing a measurable effect on protein translation... 2 months
Mansory's modified Bentley Bentayga might violate the Geneva Convention - Roadshow
CNET This feels like a war crime of some sort. 2 months
How and why researchers revised the genetic recipe for E. coli
PHYS.ORG esearchers in the laboratory of George Church, Robert Winthrop Professor of Genetics at Harvard Medical School and a core faculty member at the Wyss Institute for... 2 months
Scientists lead development of tools to track genetically engineered organisms
PHYS.ORG Rice University scientists are leading an effort to detect genetically modified organisms in the environment. 2 months
Bayer: won't use Monsanto buy to force GM seeds on Europeans
PHYS.ORG The CEO of Germany's Bayer AG is promising it won't use its planned acquisition of Monsanto Co. to force genetically modified crops on skeptical Europeans. 2 months
Epigenetics provides new insights into the pathogenesis of lymphoma
SCIENCE DAILY Cancer cells have a different DNA methylation pattern from that of healthy cells. These patterns can be used to explain tumor-specific deviations in gene expression and to identify biomarkers for... 2 months
New RNA stem cell editing reduces unintended genetic complications
SCIENCE DAILY An international collaboration of government, university, and industry resources showed the promise of using RNA as a safe way to both make and modify induced Pluripotent Stem Cells (iPSCs) from... 2 months
Researchers modify yeast to show how plants respond to a key hormone
SCIENCE DAILY Researchers have developed a novel toolkit based on modified yeast cells to tease out how plant genes and proteins respond to auxin, the most... 2 months
As a GMO Pillar Wobbles, Biotech Companies Promise New Insect-Killing Genes
NPR Scientists have discovered a soil microbe with a gene that kills the corn rootworm, an insect that farmers spend $1 billion each year trying to control. 2 months
The microdoctors in our bodies
SCIENCE DAILY Researchers are developing tiny, sophisticated technological and biological machines enabling non-invasive, selective therapies. Their creations include genetically modified cells that can be activated via brain waves, and swarms of microrobots that facilitate highly precise application of drugs. 2 months
The microdoctors in our bodies
PHYS.ORG ETH researchers are developing tiny, sophisticated technological and biological machines enabling non-invasive, selective therapies. Their creations include genetically modified cells that can be activated via brain waves, and swarms of microrobots that facilitate highly precise application of drugs. 2 months
Largest-ever study reveals environmental impact of genetically modified crops
PHYS.ORG According to new research from University of Virginia economist Federico Ciliberto, widespread adoption of genetically modified crops has decreased the use of insecticides, but increased the use of weed-killing herbicides... 3 months
[Special Issue News] Plant Translational Biology: When is a GM plant not a GM plant?
AAAS The recently developed genome-editing methods, from zinc finger nucleases to transcription activatorlike effector nucleases (TALENs) to CRISPR, are... 3 months
[Special Issue News] Plant Translational Biology: The plant engineer
AAAS As a child, Dan Voytas developed a green thumb and business savvy running his own seedling business. Now, marrying his academic research with a company, he's poised to reshape 21st... 3 months
Five things to know about the Bayer-Monsanto deal
PHYS.ORG German chemicals firm Bayer on Wednesday clinched a $66-billion deal to buy the US seeds and pesticides giant Monsanto, a high-profile takeover likely to face close scrutiny as debate rages in Europe... 3 months
Researcher calls for animal-human embryo research to proceed, but with strong animal protections
SCIENCE DAILY A researcher calls for animal-human embryo research to proceed – but only with strong animal protections in place. So-called "chimera" research raises... 3 months
Bayer will buy Monsanto for $57 billion in cash
THE VERGE German chemical company Bayer will fork over $57 billion to buy American seed seller Monsanto. The all-cash deal — the largest takeover ever by a German company — will create... 3 months
Treatment could prevent neuropathy in diabetic patients
SCIENCE DAILY Depleting a chemical called GM3 through genetic modification prevented the development of neuropathy in obese diabetic mice, a new study reports. 3 months
New genetically modified variety of cotton disables sapsucking whiteflies
PHYS.ORG (Phys.org)—A team of researchers from a multitude of institutions in India has developed a genetically modified cotton variety that stunts the growth of sapsucking whiteflies, reducing their negative impact on... 3 months
Breakthrough in genetic modification of grains
SCIENCE DAILY Genetic modification of plants might be controversial in commercial applications, but it is undeniably useful for research purposes. Despite years of effort, it has been remarkably difficult to develop efficient methods for transformation of grain crops.... 3 months
A breakthrough in genetic modification of grains
PHYS.ORG Although the commercialization of transgenic, or "genetically modified", plants has stirred widespread controversy, much research remains focused on improving techniques to create such plants. As people familiar with the controversy likely know, transgenic technology... 3 months
Video: Genetically modified humans? CRISPR/Cas 9 explained
PHYS.ORG Thanks to a new, cheap and accurate DNA-editing technique called CRISPR-Cas9, targeted genetic modification in humans is no longer just the realm of science fiction. Both the British and U.S. governments recently gave scientists... 3 months
Was a researcher just served a world first CRISPR meal?
SCIENCE DAILY For (probably) the first time ever, plants modified with the "genetic scissors" CRISPR-Cas9 has been cultivated, harvested and cooked. D professor in Plant Cell and Molecular Biology served... 3 months
Vegetables modified with CRISPR-Cas9 have been cultivated, harvested and cooked for the first time
PHYS.ORG For the first time ever, probably, plants modified with the "genetic scissors" CRISPR-Cas9 have been cultivated, harvested and cooked. Stefan... 3 months
Scientists discover a way to control the electrical current in a new ultra-thin layered material
PHYS.ORG By modifying the composition of ultra-thin layers of dissimilar metal oxides that do not normally conduct electricity, scientists... 3 months
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Dauntless is a co-op RPG about hunting magical dinosaurs
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First Click: How many Star Wars movies is too many?
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Brown's influential biomechanics X-ray technology grows ever more powerful
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The evolution of the baleen in whales
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Scientists find new conclusions for how sauropod claws were used
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Researchers develop models to improve environmental conservation on military bases
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Can drone technology save the Sumatran elephant?
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Geologist uncovers 2.5 billion-year-old fossils of bacteria that predate the formation of oxygen
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Designer bacteria build carbon-silicon materials for the first time
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Enhanced CRISPR lets scientists explore all steps of health and disease in every cell type
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Belize's Glover's Reef providing refuge for new generation of sea turtles
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Nocturnal Animals settles it: noted weirdo Jake Gyllenhaal is the best actor alive
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A synthetic biological metabolic pathway fixes CO2 more efficiently than plants
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Yes, you can cook Thanksgiving dinner with a drone - CNET
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Microsoft uses HoloLens for the first mixed reality Mannequin Challenge
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