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March 28 Webinar: Emerging Trends in Academic & Industry Collaboration

Novel collaborations between industry and academia are driving the commercialization of the next generation of …

Grocery Store GMO Myths: Can you help spot them?

GMO misinformation is all around us, especially in our grocery aisles. GMO misinformation online and …

International Women's Day: Women in Science and Food and Agriculture

In honor of today being International Women’s Day, and March representing National Women’s Month, I’d …

GMO Answers Continues to Promote Sound Science Amidst Ongoing Misinformation Campaigns

Despite over 20 years of evidence showing that genetically modified crops (GMOs) are safe for …

Gene-Editing: How Do We Move Towards Acceptance

As biotechnology continues to drive advancement in the way we grow and consume food, consumer …

BIO Unveils Refreshed Advocate Toolkit

This past March, BIO launched DrugCostFacts.org, an interactive web tool designed to help policymakers, members of …

Happy Valentine's Day: Biotechnology is Good for the Heart

With today being Valentine’s Day and February being American Heart Month, and today being Valentine’s …

Are We Ready to Unleash the Promise of Gene Editing?

An opinion column on AgWeek.com looks at the promises of gene editing and the questions …

Super Bowel: GMOs Make for a Super Party Spread

In honor of the big game this Sunday, I thought we would look at how …

How Stonyfield Could Have Gotten It Right on GMOs

The uproar following yogurt maker Stonyfield Farm’s recent Facebook video ad featuring elementary school-aged girls perpetuating GMO …