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Hawaii is Ground Zero for Ag Innovation

Hawaii’s farmers have endured their share of challenges in recent years:  Without regard for the …

Cultivating More Female Plant Scientists

Below is an excerpt from an interview with Wanjiru Kamau-Rutenberg, director of African Women in …

After Lengthy Delay, Science Prevails: FDA Approves GE Salmon

The animal biotechnology industry received some exiting [but long-overdue] news late last week when the …

31 Critical Questions in Ag Biotech

“In March 2000, Barun Mitra of the Liberty Institute, a progressive free-market think-tank in India, …

Senate Hearing Stresses Confidence in the Safety, Regulation of GMOs

As the debate over GMO food labeling and the use of biotechnology in agriculture has …

Celebrate #WFD15 By Helping to End Hunger Worldwide

In 2014, 46.7 million Americans lived in poverty and 48.1 million lived in food-insecure households. The …

EU States Opt-Out of Innovation

A number of international media outlets are reporting on EU member states choosing to opt-out …

Why State Food Labeling Mandates Are Bad For Consumers and Farmers

Hundreds of food and agri-business representatives are in Washington this week visiting with members of …

FOIA Attacks Against Biotech Scientists Get Personal

Much has been written and discussed online about the relationships between independent researchers and industry …

Academics Weigh In on Journal Article: “GMOs, Herbicides, and Public Health”

An article published in the New England Journal of Medicine by biotech critics Philip Landrigan …