Next Thursday, Right to Know Minnesota will head to the State Capital in an attempt to convince legislators to label products containing GMOs, or genetically modified organisms. The group will meet at Christ Lutheran Church across from the State Capitol in St. Paul at 1 p.m., where participants will ... More >>
The feds see no evil as a belligerent strongman seeks control of America's food supply
The Minessota Catholic Conference opposes the plot of this movie.The Minnesota Catholic Conference is taking a stand against human cloning. At the moment, it's not clear who's on the other side of this issue, but they still seem pretty fired up about it.In a message to members, the MCC is telling ... More >>
We prefer grass-fed...At the Medical University of South Carolina, Vladimir Mironov, an M.D. and Ph.D, is trying hard to grow meat. Yes, you read that right--he's bioengineering the stuff--or at this point, animal skeletal muscle tissue--in a small lab in Charleston at the school. According to an ... More >>
Are you for or against genetically-modified foods? Read this NYT article and see if you still feel the same way.
Did you know we've been eating more than we've been producing for almost a decade? We didn't.
A new movie looks at our unhealthy appetite for Frankenfoods
Margaret Atwood's new novel engineers a twisted future
The Minnesota Zoo showcases a designer dairy
Reporters, police, and protesters dream Seattle's nightmare
At the University of Minnesota's farm school, discord blooms over budget cuts and the biotech bonanza
Is the debate over genetically modified crops being nipped in the bud at the state capitol?
In the month left before sine die, Minnesota lawmakers must decide what to do about the stadium, the budget surplus, and that nagging turtle-trafficking issue.