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Greenpeace Founder: Biotech Opposition is Crime Against Humanity

A co-founder of Greenpeace speaks in favor of one of the things the organization has most …

The Case of Misplaced Mountain Magnolias

Amidst the mountains of western North Carolina rests a stand of Sweetbay magnolia trees. This …

Biotech Crops Are Winning Over Farmers

Fortune magazine’s Marc Gunther wrote a blog this week about the growing adoption of  biotech …

Bill Gates: Embrace Genetic Modification or Starve

Bill Gates has a terse response to criticism that the high-tech solutions he advocates for …

BIO Applauds U.S.-Japan Action on GE Papaya

The U.S. Department of Agriculture has announced that the Government of Japan approved Hawaii’s Rainbow …

BIO Applauds Boulder County Decision

After much debate, Boulder County commissioners sided with science and voted to allow some biotech …

For Preventing Hunger, Biotechnology is Key

The journal Nature recently published an article authored by Calestous Juma, director of the Agricultural …

Future Requires Both Innovation and Collaboration

The Wilmington News Journal’s recent article, “GMOs: 10 Simple Questions (and Some Surprising Answers)” garnered …

Biotech by the Numbers: 7 Billion, 3 Billion, and 150

This week we’ve seen a lot of big numbers in the news headlines:  7 Billion, …

On Food Day, Basic Human Needs Should be Top Priority

By Ab Basu, Executive Vice President (Acting), Food and Agriculture, Biotechnology Industry Organization Here in …