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Chicago Tribune Makes a Case for GMOs

The editorial board of the Chicago Tribune recently wrote a great piece arguing why this state-by-state …

Feeding the World Requires Science and Technology

The United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) says the world needs to boost agriculture …

A GE Papaya Farmer from Hawaii Shares his Story at BIO 2014

BIO held its 2014 International Convention in San Diego, CA, June 23-26. This year BIO …

House Ag Subcommittee Considers the Societal Benefits of Biotechnology

“Organic farmers do not need to demonize conventional farmers, we are one agriculture,” opened Ranking …

GMO Labeling Wack-a-Mole: Oregon and Colorado Consider Ballot Initiatives

As many state legislatures have concluded their sessions, one might think the debate around GMO …

Scientists React to Republished Séralini GMO Maize Rat Study

A controversial study, “Long term toxicity of a Roundup herbicide and a Roundup-tolerant genetically modified …

2014 World Food Prize Honors Critical Breakthroughs in Wheat

U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry announced on June 18 the selection of eminent wheat …

Food Fight: Food Companies Wrestle with GMO Perceptions

General Mills made headline news when it announced it would re-label its original Cheerios and …

Can GMO’s can be a win-win for the U.S. and China?

Much has been written in the media recently about China’s rejection of shipments containing varieties …

Hawaii Stands Firm in Biotech Battle

If you drove here in the 1990s, you would see nothing but dead papaya trees,” …