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News stories tagged with "genetic-engineering"

Genetically engineered crops in your stuff

The soda-pop you drink, the t-shirt you wear, the cooking oil you use - all might contain genetically engineered material. Lester Graham reports on a continuing trend in agriculture.  Go to full article
Photo from the Yorktown Technologies website
Photo from the Yorktown Technologies website

Glo-Fish: Fun Pet or Dangerous Trend?

The public release of a little aquarium fish that glows in the dark is stirring the waters of the genetic engineering debate. The fish is billed as the world's first genetically pet. It's been banned in California, but it's already available in the North Country. David Sommerstein reports.  Go to full article

Canada Will not Require Labeling for Genetically-Modified Foods

The Canadian Parliament has voted down a bill that would have required labeling for genetically modified foods. The Great Lakes Radio Consortium's Karen Kelly reports.  Go to full article

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