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Happy National Pollinator Week!

While the biotech industry is up in Philadelphia at the BIO International Convention, people down …

Ag Biotech at BIO’s International Convention: Telling Your Story

The Food and Agriculture track sessions at the 2015 BIO International Convention kicked off on …

Spotlight on Food and Ag Events at BIO 2015

If you are attending the BIO International Convention and have a particular interest in food …

Genetic Engineering Helps Plants Survive In Drought

The Sacramento Bee ran a timely op-ed about how technology can help farmers deal with …

Honeybees, Butterflies, and Pesticides

Honeybees and butterflies occupy a sensitive space in many peoples’ hearts, and it is no …

Faith in GMOs

Religious sects across the world chime in on many issues involving science, religious freedoms, medicine …

Eat Something Good

What do pet rocks, the Clapper, legwarmers, sauna suits, the Atkins Diet, McDLT, Bartels & …

The Incentive to Beat Climate Change

On May 27th, Rick Duke, deputy director for climate change at the White House Office …

The Last Thing Africa Needs to be Debating is GMOs

The point I am about to make has been made before, but I like to …

The New Food Economy: How Innovation is Transforming Agriculture

Data analysis and computational technologies are giving farmers the ability to monitor their land better, …