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WHAT COULD POSSIBLY GO WRONG:  Thriving rodent population to be controlled by genetically modified ‘super rats’.
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Should You Worry About Gentically Modified Food?

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A new study came out last month out of France. In it, researchers found that rats on diets consisting of 11%, 22%, and 33% Roundup-resistant genetically modified corn developed far more mammary tumors than control rats on non-GMO co...

New York preps rat birth control test-run

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The New York rat race is notorious—the commute and the endemic rodent population. But the city may soon have a new weapon in its arsenal: rat birth control.

Researchers Create Next Generation Alzheimer’s Disease Model

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A genetically modified rat is the first rodent model to exhibit the full range of brain changes found in Alzheimer's. This new rat model, with some human genes, more closely reflects the human condition in Alzheimer's. Alzheimer's R...

Alphabet Is Using AI To Help Rid Communities Of Disease-Carrying Mosquitoes

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Proposals to control insect populations by genetically modifying the pests have been controversial. Alphabet says it has a non-GMO solution. Proposals to control insect populations by genetically modifying the pests have been contro...

Mutant Rats May Be Used in UK to Control Rodent Problems

Society & Culture / Paranormal : Mysterious Universe

Researchers in Scotland are testing genetic engineering to create mutant rats in an attempt to control the out-of-control rodent population there and potentially around the world. All together now: What could possibly go wrong? A pr...

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