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Celebrating the Past, Present, and Future of Ag Biotech at the BIO 2016 Conference

In the years since biotech crops were first commercially planted in 1996, farmers worldwide have …

Engaging China on Ag Innovation

Agricultural biotechnology is an important tool that can empower nations – big and small – …

Ambassador Darci Vetter to Keynote Food and Ag Track at 2016 BIO International Convention

Ambassador Darci Vetter, Chief Agricultural Negotiator of the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative, will …

Food Waste: Can Biotech Play a Role?

“40% of food grown in U.S. is wasted.” – House Ag Commitee Chairman Conaway On Wednesday, …

Science Committee Hearing Examines the “Science of Zika”

From yellow fever, to dengue fever, to Nile Virus – humans are constantly under siege …

We’ve Just Planted the World’s 5-Billionth Acre of GM Crops

The world’s farmers have passed a remarkable milestone: We’ve just planted the world’s 5-billionth acre …

NAS Report Upholds Safety of GE Crops and Foods

“Sweeping statements about GE crops are problematic because issues related to them are multidimensional” – …

8 Biggest Debates in American Food Policy

It turns out that figuring out how we should grow, sell, and tax our food …

What’s Really at the Heart of the Debate About GMOS?

Is science really at the heart of the GMO debate, or is there something else …

You Can Thank GMOs for Lower Prices at the Grocery Store

Our new column over at Forbes.com explains just how genetically modified foods can benefit society, …