After a decade of intense lobbying from a Maynard, Massachusetts-based salmon production corporation the Food and Drug Administration for the first time has given its seal of approval to a genetically modified animal.
An earlier AP report notes that Newton's record catch "beat a snakehead caught in Japan in 2004 by 2 ounces." "He has said
A man caught a 17-pound snakehead fish and may have broken a world record.
In February, a possible sea lamprey sighting caused quite the scare in a New Jersey town after a Reddit user posted photos
Genetic modification raises hard questions that need thorough answers. But, given finite resources to feed a growing population, wouldn't it be great if science could help us grow more nutritious foods with less time, effort, land and money? I'm a farmer, and I say yes.
Snakeheads are native to fresh water in Russia and China and have few predators when fully grown. They could pose a severe
The federal government's safety review of  genetically engineered salmon may be faulty, misinformed and in violation of its
From Mother Nature Network's Laura Moss: Glow-in-the-dark cats? It may sound like science fiction, but they've been around
Dr. Michael Hansen, senior scientist at Consumers Union, the publisher of Consumer Reports, says the agency is relying on
When we made our documentary "Tapped" there were countless stories of people blindsided by the arrival of bottled water conglomorates