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The VICE Morning Bulletin

The VICE Morning Bulletin

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VICE Staff
10.3.17
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Nobody Knows Where This Field of Genetically Modified Wheat Came From

Genetically modified wheat, like the plants found in Washington, is not approved for “sale or consumption” in the United States, and who planted the outlaw wheat remains a total mystery.
Charley Lanyon
8.5.16
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Car Makers Hedge Against the Future with Ridesharing Investments

Toyota, GM, and Ford must adjust to a future which on-demand rides are a big part of how people get around.
John Wenz
5.31.16
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Why Toyota's Investment In Uber Is Such a Big Deal

Toyota and Uber are teaming up, and it could have big implications for the future of ridesharing.
David Bixenspan
5.24.16
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Google to Congress: Go Easy, Hurry Up on Self-Driving Car Regulations

You can’t stop technological progress… unless you’re the government.
Nicholas Deleon
3.15.16
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The FDA Just Approved Genetically Modified Meat for the First Time

The Food and Drug Administration just approved the sale and consumption of super-fast-growing, genetically engineered salmon—and soon, they're coming to a plate near you.
Wyatt Marshall
11.21.15
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Environmental Groups Worry that GM Salmon Could Cause Irreparable Harm

It’s unclear what would happen if one of the genetically modified salmon, dubbed “Frankenfish” by some, made it out into the wild. Some fear they could push out populations of wild salmon or otherwise alter the environment.
Wyatt Marshall
11.16.15
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Scotland Is Banning Genetically Modified Crops

Scotland’s rural affairs secretary says that he refuses to “gamble with the future of our £14 billion food and drink sector” and will request to opt-out of any European Union consents for the cultivation of genetically modified crops.
Phoebe Hurst
8.11.15
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I Walked Around Northern Adelaide to See What a Downturn Looks Like

I grew up in Elizabeth, where everyone worked at Holden. Now it's a picture of South Australia's economic decline.
Royce Kurmelovs
7.28.15
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Silkworms Will Mass-Produce Spider Silk Because Spiders Won’t

One company is working with the established silk industry in Vietnam to mass-produce the new material.
Victoria Turk
6.18.15
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Here Comes the Genetically Modified, Disease-Resilient Super Spud

Researchers are trying to make a new potato that would require fewer pesticides and make healthier crisps.
Emiko Jozuka
6.5.15
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South Australia’s Ban on GM Crops May Have Yielded a Better Alternative

The SA state government has just trialled a new GM-free soil program that some are heralding as the future of agriculture.
Paul Gregoire
4.17.15
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