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From Hawaii to Colorado to Oregon: GMO Labeling Initiatives Hit Campaign Ballots

HAWAII A judge’s ruling allows Maui County to print ballots that ask voters about a …

The Washington Post: Are Patents the Problem?

Tamar Haspel, food columnist for the Washington Post, looks at the issue of seed patents …

Is the Next "Green Revolution" Right Around the Corner?

“Modern supercrops will be a big help. But agriculture can’t be fixed by biotech alone.” …

BIO 2014 BIO LBS Concludes with a Glance into the Future of Animal Biotechnology

Celebrating its third Summit, BIO hosted more than 150 attendees at this year’s conference – …

Herbicides and 2, 4-D: Cutting Through the Controversy

A number of media outlets reported on last week’s decision by the USDA to approve …

GMO Answers Provides an Overview of GMOs in Medicine

With genetically engineered therapies for the infectious disease, Ebola, currently undergoing testing for safety and …

Jim Murray Closes BIO LBS with Memorable Keynote

“We need to learn how to feed the world better,  We cannot feed the world …

South Dakota Gov Daugaard Recieves BIO Food & Ag Award

This week, BIO presented South Dakota Governor Dennis Daugaard the first ever food and agriculture …

NIFA Addresses Leveraging Research Funding in Animal Biotechnology

“We do need biotechnology as a tool!” – Dr. Sonny Ramaswamy Dr. Sonny Ramaswamy was …

A Hungry Person Today Only has One Problem to Solve

Dr. Richard Raymond, former USDA undersecretary of agriculture for food safety provided the opening keynote …