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She Blinded Me With Science: What We're Reading, May 2017

Each month, GMO Answers compiles a few stories we think particularly noteworthy. Science is everywhere, and …

USTR’s Report Targets Trade Barriers to Biotech

The Office of the United States Trade Representative’s (USTR) annual Special 301 Report identifies trade …

Farewell Biotech, Hello Wheat!

This is the last blog that I will be writing as a Manager of Communications …

BIO Chimes In: TC Heartland LLC v. Kraft Food Brands Group LLC (Supreme Court)

This is part two of a three part series on BIO’s recently submitted amicus briefs in cases …

#NationalNutritionMonth: "Put Your Best Fork Forward"

“So whether you are planning meals to prepare at home or making selections when eating …

Hollywood And The Anti-Biotechnology Food Movement

“From movie stars to television chefs, a cadre of self-promoting yet often ill-informed celebrities are …

Collaboration is Key in an Uncertain World

It’s fair to say the last 12 months have been politically and economically tumultuous. Events …

Nominations Now Open for the BIO George Washington Carver Award for Innovation in Industrial Biotech...

The ninth annual George Washington Carver Award will recognize an individual who has made a significant contribution …

GM Hens Could Save an Entire Species

“Researchers at the Roslin Institute have genetically modified chickens who act as surrogates to lay …

Huff Post: We’re Asking The Wrong Questions About GMOs

The scientific community has reached a consensus: It’s generally safe for genetically-modified organisms to be in …