AP (here, at the Billings Gazette) has an article reviewing research on

African clawed frog tadpoles modified with jellyfish genes show promise as a faster and less expensive way to detect pollution than traditional methods, say a University of Wyoming professor and researchers in France.

No doubt some people will be concerned about monkeying around with genes in this manner. To the frog-eaters out there (possibly including those in France), these frogs might be a form of GM food.