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Expert Panel: Future of Ag Productivity Depends on Technology

An eminent panel of science and policy experts braved a historic blizzard today to identify …

What exactly are the "risks" anyway?

Wired Magazine columnist Matt Ridley writes a piece for its February magazine that makes a …

Students Assess Future of Genetically Engineered (GE) Food

In a new paper, Student Response to Transgenic Meat: An Analysis of a Fort Valley …

What is our Role in Enhancing Global Food and Energy Security?

The world’s population is projected to reach 9.1 billion by the middle of this century. …

GE Rice in China

This week, Singularity Hub writes about Genetically modified or genetically engineered (GE) rice in China. …

Plan Now to Participate: Dialogue on Global Challenges in Ag Productivity

The Council for Agricultural Science and Technology (CAST), along with BIO, the Council for Biotechnology …

Preserving the Endangered Through Biotechnology

What do pandas, bantengs, and panthers have in common?  These animal populations have all been …

ISO: Biotech Humanitarian

We are looking for biotech humanitarians for our annual Biotech Humanitarian Award. The award recognizes …

FFA-ers, Submit Your "Sustainability" Videos By December 31st!

On the National FFA Organization website, FFA promotes its new “Sustainability Through Biotechnology” Video Contest.  …

Biotechnology Is the New Conventional

John Reifsteck, a Champaign Illinois soybean and corn farmer authored an editorial in response to …