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Labeling Foes: Fight if You Want, But We’ve Got to Feed the World

There were still millions of votes left to be counted in California when advocates for …

Biotechnology on the Ballot: Scaremongering vs. Progress

Microbiologist and science writer Alex Berezow writes for the Wall Street Journal that Prop 37 …

World Food Day 2012: The Role of Agricultural Biotechnology

As we celebrate Food Day 2012, it seems the debate around agriculture and food production …

"Farmers Need Drought-Resistant Crops"

Terry Wanzek, ND State Senator and Jamestown farmer authored an editorial on the need for …

Biotech’s Drought-Tolerant Corn Stands Tall

As drought conditions worsen across the midwest, drought-tolerant corn products are being put to the …

Food Crisis Requires “an End to Political Grandstanding”

Nature Biotechnology published an editorial in their March edition in which they state that averting …

On Ag Day, celebrate the innovations that have made agriculture sucessful.

March 8, 2012 is National Agriculture Day. National Ag Day is a day to recognize …

Biotech Crops Are Winning Over Farmers

Fortune magazine’s Marc Gunther wrote a blog this week about the growing adoption of  biotech …

Bill Gates: Embrace Genetic Modification or Starve

Bill Gates has a terse response to criticism that the high-tech solutions he advocates for …

For Preventing Hunger, Biotechnology is Key

The journal Nature recently published an article authored by Calestous Juma, director of the Agricultural …