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BIO World Congress Update: Call for Proposals Deadline Extended!

The 2016 BIO World Congress on Industrial Biotechnology is taking place next April 17-20, 2016 …

A Snack and a Science Lesson in One

Last week freelance science journalist and frequent contributor to Nature Biotechnology Emily Waltz was able to …

How Should We Go About Fixing Our Food System From The Ground Up?

“I have a theory. It’s a theory about why we’re having such a misguided, unconstructive discussion …

Deadline for #BIOWC16 Call for Proposals is Fast Approaching!

The BIO World Congress on Industrial Biotechnology is the world’s largest industrial biotechnology event for business …

The GE Tomato May Make a Return

The FLAVR SAVR tomato was the first genetically engineered crop product to be commercialized. In 1994, …

Spokeswomen Defending Biotechnology

Many consumers are confused, fearful and opposed to the use of biotechnology in food production. …

Sugar from GM Sugarbeets is Not the Scariest Thing on Halloween

Every year Americans purchase nearly 600 million pounds of candy for Halloween. Chocolate leads the …

Europe Turns its Back on Science

On October 24th, The New York Times published a great opinion piece titled “With G.M.O. …

New Survey Shows What Americans Really Care About When Making Food Decisions

Cost and nutrition are the two areas most Americans really care about when buying food. …

Celebrate #WFD15 By Helping to End Hunger Worldwide

In 2014, 46.7 million Americans lived in poverty and 48.1 million lived in food-insecure households. The …