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World Food Prize Honors Ag Biotech Pioneers

A trio of scientists specializing in agricultural biotechnology will receive the 2013 World Food Prize, …

More Junk Science: Is the Carman Pig Study “Seralini 2.0”?

A new pig feeding study authored by Australian researcher Judy Carman, and Maurice, Iowa farmer …

Time Magazine Modifies the Endless Debate Over GM Crops

Bryan Walsh wrote for Time magazine about the so-called “obsession” surrounding genetically modified (GM) crops: …

“Time to Call out the Anti-GMO Conspiracy Theory”

In a speech last week at Cornell University on anti-GMO conspiracy theory, Mark Lynas told …

Neal Carter on Ag Biotech: It's Not An Experiment Anymore

BIO International Convention attendees filled the Food & Agriculture Pavilion on the Show Floor Wednesday to …

Ag Biotech: Going on the Offense

On Wednesday at the BIO International Convention a panel called “Going on the Offense: Proactive …

Think Organic Farming is Better for the Environment? Think Again.

The eighth annual Global Impacts Study released this week by PG Economics quantifies the environmental …

AquAdvantage Salmon: A Regulatory Odyssey

At BIO 2012, an article was published on AquaBounty Technologies which told the tale of …

Panelists Talk GMOs at BIO Convention

On Monday at BIO’s International Convention, the U.S. Farmers & Ranchers Alliance (USFRA®) hosted The …

Diverse Panel Announced for Straight Story on Ag Biotech Discussion

Next week as the BIO International Convention comes to Chicago, centered in America’s heartland where …