genetically modified food
From organic food to GM crops, we're pretty split...but when you consult the science, it's no wonder we're so confused.
The decline in GM crops wasn’t large—just 1 percent—but it breaks a growth trend that’s lasted for 20 years. Here's why things have changed.
Researchers have injected fertile chicken eggs with a protein—that makes the resulting baby chicks glow bright green—in hopes of making them less susceptible to avian flu.
Whatever side of the GMO debate you’re on, tonight’s episode of VICE on HBO should be an eye-opener. On the eve of its debut, we sat down with VICE editor Joe Langford to learn more about how it all came together.
Because of its reliance on genetically modified crops, the world's largest producer of corn has been forced to import organic, non-GMO corn from other countries.
Like all good things it's going to take cloning, mutation, and a bit of random luck.
And why it's not a totally trivial invention.
No matter what side of the line you stand on, GMOs are deeply rooted in the average American diet. To put a human face on genetic modification, we tracked down a biotechnologist who is currently working for an undisclosed biotech firm and spoke to him...
Last November, Environment Canada put their mutant foot forward and approved genetically modified, all-female salmon eggs to be harvested in Canada. As you might imagine, this is not going over well.
A lot of people are worried about eating GMOs, and the scientific community remains somewhat divided as to whether or not they're safe to ingest. Nevertheless, the Canadian Governemnt wants to roll back its regulations and create a global trade...