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Nature, The First Creator Of GMOs

Long before humans started domesticating crops 10,000 years ago, nature had its own process of …

Why GMOs Are a Necessity

After 20 years, the data are in:  Genetic modification boosts crop yields by 21 percent …

GMOs: A Good Deal for the Environment and the Developing World

GMOs help feed our growing population and reduce the environmental impacts of agriculture. Therefore, it’s …

How Animal Biotech Harnesses Nature's Power to Fight Disease

Forbes’ GMO Answers column looks at the tremendous potential of animal biotechnology to combat human …

It’s Fruit & Veggies Month!

September is Fruit & Veggies – More Matters Month. The month-long event, sponsored by the …

Could GM Mosquitoes Save Hawaii’s Endangered Birds?

Genetically modified mosquitoes could be the solution to Hawaii’s quickly disappearing avian population, including the …

GMO Issues on the November Ballot

On November 8, voters in Sonoma County, CA and Key West, FL will weigh in …

Animal Agriculture: An Industry Striving for Perfection and Committed to Continuous Improvement

I have always been a perfectionist when it comes to my work, so it’s no …

Opinion: "Florida's families Depend on a Healthy Attitude Toward biotech"

Mary Hartney, President of the Florida Fertilizer & Agrichemical Association, recently submitted an opinion piece to The …

High Tech Animals Stuck On the Shelf

David Warmflash writes for the Genetic Literacy Project about the challenges being faced by innovators …