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The Washington Post: Are Patents the Problem?

Tamar Haspel, food columnist for the Washington Post, looks at the issue of seed patents …

Herbicides and 2, 4-D: Cutting Through the Controversy

A number of media outlets reported on last week’s decision by the USDA to approve …

GMO Answers Provides an Overview of GMOs in Medicine

With genetically engineered therapies for the infectious disease, Ebola, currently undergoing testing for safety and …

BIO to Host High-Level Speakers at 2014 LBS

Early bird registration ends on August 29, 2014! BIO is excited to announce that South …

Hawaii’s Papaya Growers Struggle in Hurricane Aftermath

Hurricane Iselle’s assault on Hawaii garnered national coverage as the storm approached, but little has …

Puerto Rico: The New Hub for Ag-Biotech Innovation

 “Biotechnology Innovation—the union of scientific discovery and capital can flourish in a supportive research and …

Some People Get it, and Some Just Don’t

As a communications director in the agriculture industry, I have spent two decades using fact-based …

Are GMOs the Climategate of the Left?

I’ve heard the word “momentum” a lot lately. Vermont signed its GMO labeling law on …

GMO Answers Addresses Consumer Concerns Through Poll

On March 19, GMO Answers announced results from a national survey identifying the top questions …

Benefits of GE Crops Highlighted in USDA Report

Farmer adoption of genetically engineered (GE) crops is associated with time savings, lower insecticide use, …