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Earth Day 2011: Five Ways Biotechnology is Earth-Friendly

As the world celebrates Earth Day 2011, the biotech industry is doing its part to …

Keep Biotech "Risks" In Perspective

The StarPheonix ran a commentary authored by Saskatoon-based farmer and agrologist Kevin Hursh about the …

Debating Technology's Role in Alleviating Hunger

The blog Plenty to Think About focuses on the issues surrounding global food production and …

Frequently Asked Questions about Biotech Foods, Safety and Labeling

Since the first biotech crop was commercialized in 1996, questions have been raised about why …

Trojan Gene Scientist: Risk from GE Salmon is Low

The Los Angeles Times ran an article on November 26 debunking the key argument of …

New Salmon Can Address a Myriad Of Problems

By Elliot Entis, co-founder of AquaBounty Technologies (From The Hill, Friday, October 8, 2010)  Natural …

Don't Be Afraid of "Frankenfish"

The Wall Street Journal ran on September 23, 2010, an op-ed authored by BIO President …

Science Advisory Board Has Rigorous Discussion on GE Salmon

FDA Approval Could Pave the Way for Future Science-based Technologies  As part of the U.S. …

Modified Salmon Is Safe, FDA Says

Hundreds of media outlets reported on the analysis and other materials related to the AquAdvantage …

Jerry Pommer: Livestock Biotech Conference Preview

BIOtech Now visited with Jerry Pommer, Director of Animal Regulatory Compliance and Quality Assurance for …