anti-GMO

Count vodka maker Smirnoff among the latest companies to jump aboard the anti-science bandwagon.

Being anti-GMO is the biotech equivalent of being anti-vaccine.

Winston Churchill once described Russia as "a riddle, wrapped in a mystery, inside an enigma." Today, Russia is far less complicated but still perplexing.

Should a public university, which derives much of its funding from state and federal government, be in the business of using that taxpayer money to fund a project whose sole purpose is to besmirch the reputation of scientists, including those of o

There's no nice way to put this. Academia is in the midst of self-destructing, not just in the United States but worldwide.

There's a lot of money to be made in kowtowing to the latest dietary fads and unsubstantiated health scares.

I've been a science writer and editor for nearly eight years. During this time, I've learned a few things.

Over the past few days, a controversy has erupted following claims in the Washington Post that the Trump Administration has banned or otherwise discouraged the use of seven words, such as "fetus" and "transgender," by the CDC and other HH

When it comes to food, biotech, and health reporting, the New York Times is at least consistent: It is guaranteed to be wrong every single time.