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The Philippines has rated ‘Golden Rice’ safe, but farmers might not...

Glenn Davis Stone, Washington University in St Louis and Dominic Glover, Institute of Development Studies “Golden Rice” is probably the world’s most hotly debated genetically...

Cultured meat seems gross? It’s much better than animal agriculture

Matti Wilks, Yale University The world is in the grips of a food-tech revolution. One of the most compelling new developments is cultured meat, also...

Would you eat ‘meat’ from a lab? Consumers aren’t necessarily sold...

Walter Johnson, Arizona State University; Andrew Maynard, Arizona State University, and Sheril Kirshenbaum, Michigan State University It’s been a busy summer for food-based biotech. The...

In growing algae for biofuels, it matters who used the water...

Sarah Loftus, Duke University Health food enthusiasts routinely shell out over US$30 per pound for dried algae powder to whip up green smoothies to fuel...

Defining dual-use research: When scientific advances can both help and hurt...

Nicholas G. Evans, University of Massachusetts Lowell and Aerin Commins, University of Massachusetts Lowell Scientific research can change our lives for the better, but it...

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What if the Ashley Madison hack was an inside job?

Robert Merkel, Monash University A massive cache of highly personal information collected by dating site Ashley Madison has been publicly posted on the internet by...