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Science Policy Around the Web - May 22, 2015

By: Agila Somasundaram, Ph.D.

Drug Policy and Biotechnology

A Way to Brew Morphine Raises Concerns Over Regulation

Traditionally, heroin has been made from poppy – the opium from poppy seeds yields morphine, which can then be refined to heroin. 1,212 more words

Linkposts

Genetically Modified Organisms, What's On Your Plate?

Do you know what’s in your food? Do you know what’s on your plate? Most American’s still have no clue! The very concerning aspect of all of this is that our food sources are completely contaminated! 897 more words

Family

Are You Surprised? GMO Labeling Has No Support from 2016 Presidential Candidates

By Wes Annac, Culture of Awareness

It’s no secret that our ruling bodies and the figureheads we’re led to believe are ‘for the people’ actually play for the mega corporations that are destroying our planet, and when it comes to the crucial subject of GMO labeling, there’s almost nobody we can trust in government to do something. 1,169 more words

Wes' Articles

VPR and Sorrell: It got worse

Okay, so Vermont Public Radio got my worst grade for its coverage — or should I say “complete absence of coverage” regarding the campaign finance scandal threatening to engulf Vermont Eternal General Bill Sorrell. 698 more words

The Media

"Hell No GMO"? Fact vs. fiction in the fight over genetically engineered foods

By: Kimberly Leblanc, PhD

Last month, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) issued a press release announcing the approval of genetically engineered (GE) apples that have reduced browning and potatoes that exhibit reduced black spots and bruising. 1,345 more words

Essays

It’s Official. McDonalds And Monsanto Are Both “Losing Money Fast”

In a series of headlines that would pass as virtually unbelievable several years ago, mainstream economists are sounding the alarm over the financial decline of… 740 more words

Agenda 21