The Arctic apple could help make genetically modified food more widely accepted.
Would you buy and eat them?
The age of biologically engineered humans has arrived.
Giving plants a little boost through genetic modification.
This strain of E. coli would actually make people healthier.
There are a few restrictions to the deal, though.
Genetically modified organisms could be negatively impacting the planet.
Empty calories no more.
We can...but should we?
Mosquitoes have been genetically-modified to hinder the growth of plasmodium parasites within their bodies, preventing them from spreading onto human hosts and curbing infections of malaria in the process.
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