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The New GMO Message

While farmers around the world – more than 18 million farmers in 27 countries – …

Some People Get it, and Some Just Don’t

As a communications director in the agriculture industry, I have spent two decades using fact-based …

A Look Back at GMO Answers’ Top 10 Consumer Questions

GMO Answers conducted a national survey to identify, for the first time, the top questions …

The Eucalyptus Genome Reveals Potential Breakthroughs

More than just food for Koalas, Eucalyptus trees are already used for producing timber, fuel, …

Alliance Development Meets Animal Biotechnology

On June 3rd, 2014, BIO hosted a briefing entitled “The Untapped Potential of Advanced Modeling: …

Fact vs. Fear: Are GM Enzymes in Cheese Safe?

On June 6, 2014, Scientific American released an entertaining blog entitled “Genetically Modified Cheese… is …

Why We Need IPR for GMOs

At GMO Answers, we’ve received several questions about corporate intellectual property rights (IPR) and patents …

Interactive Science Communication Sessions at 2014 BIO Livestock Biotech Summit

The 2014 Summit will be held September 16-18, 2014, in Sioux Falls, South Dakota at …

California GMO Labeling Bill Fails; Means Win for Consumers

Patrick McGreevy of The Los Angeles Times reported on SB 1381, the California Right to …

Washington Post: GM Crops can “Improve the Lives of Millions”

Many anti-GMO advocates cite their opposition to the technology because they see agribusiness focused mainly …