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USDA Approves the Next Generation Potato for Commercial Planting

A potato genetically engineered to reduce the amounts of a potentially harmful ingredient in French …

USDA Illuminates the Economic Benefits of Moving Toward a Biobased Economy

“A bioeconomy is one based on the use of research and innovation in the biological sciences to …

BIO to Host High-Level Speakers at 2014 LBS

Early bird registration ends on August 29, 2014! BIO is excited to announce that South …

A Look Back at GMO Answers’ Top 10 Consumer Questions

GMO Answers conducted a national survey to identify, for the first time, the top questions …

Why We Need IPR for GMOs

At GMO Answers, we’ve received several questions about corporate intellectual property rights (IPR) and patents …

Driving Innovation through Federal Investments

Today, BIO submitted testimony to the Senate Committee on Appropriations on the importance of driving …

Unrealistic Assumptions Lead to Unsustainable Results for Corn Stover

There is a growing body of independent research reporting the results of practical field trials …

Crop Coexistence Continues to Work for Farmers

In November 2013, the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) solicited comments to better identify ways …

J.Craig Venter Carries BIO into the Second Half of its Pacific Rim Summit

Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack will join Secretary of the Navy Ray Mabus on a media …

The Farm Bill Levels the Playing Field for Rural Americans

Just one week after insulting immigrants with the release of a flawed study, the Heritage …