Organic community ready to bounce back after 2012 setbacks

The following is an excerpt. The end of 2012 raised quite a few eyebrows and much ire as some quiet ...
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Taxpayers don’t have to pay for overpriced food labels

PolicyMicFarm Bill Cuts $22 Million From Organic Food Funding: Taxpayers Don't Have to ...PolicyMicIn November, California voters rejected Proposition 37, ...
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AquaBounty GM salmon worries some scientists

The following is an editorial summary. Whether or not the AquaBounty GM salmon is of concern to "scientists" as a ...

India: Agriculture minister suspects U.S. lobbies of funding anti-GM campaigns

The following is an excerpt. NAGPUR: Union agriculture minister andNCPsupremoSharadPawar gave a new twist to the controversy on genetically modified (GM) crops like ...

GMO labeling campaign promises return in 2014

The following is an excerpt. The failed California Right to Know campaign says it will be back in 2014 with ...

Biology Fortified proposes a wiki for GMOs

The following is an excerpt. Today there may be the kind of critical mass necessary to move [a GMO wiki ...

Scientists discover genetic key to efficient photosynthesis

The following is an excerpt: Cornell researchers have taken a leap toward meeting those needs by discovering a gene that ...

EU health commissioner to prioritise talks on GM crop bans

The following is an excerpt. EU health commissioner Tonio Borg intends to prioritise discussions with key European member states about ...

India: GM science caught between faith and denial

The following is an excerpt. The debate surrounding genetically modified or GM foods never seems to end. What we are ...

Actually, new study does NOT prove that GM food is horrible for you

The following is an excerpt. A paper released in December in the journal GM Crops and Food  has created quite a stir ...

Greenpeace’s war on world health

The following is an excerpt. If there's anything more annoying than a huckster, it's a self-righteous huckster working for a ...
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GM food: A better way of farming or a health risk?

NET WebsiteGM food: A better way of farming or a health risk?MetroYou are what you eat. If that mantra is ...
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European association for bioindustries: “Scientific consensus on GM greater than climate change”

The following is an excerpt. “The scientific consensus on genetically modified [GM] crops is even greater than that for climate change”, claims ...

French vineyards turn ‘green’ using genetics, robots

The following is an excerpt. An Earth-friendly future for French wine could include disease-resistant grapes, solar-powered robots, and lighter packaging, ...

Jamaica: Senate approves bill to protect plant genetics

The following is an excerpt. THE Senate on Friday passed the Bill providing for the protection of Jamaica's plant genetic ...
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Can biotechnology be open-source?

As the Supreme Court watches Monsanto battle small farmers over GMO patent rights, some are suggesting that open-source biotechnology could ...
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Biotechnology: Teaching the controversy?

Is the American Museum of Natural History helping the public learn about biotechnology in its fine new exhibit on food ...

Safer food: New biotech uses DNA to screen for bacteria faster than ever

Chicken meat and other foods will be able to be screened for bacteria even faster and more effectively than ever, ...

Institute of Food Science & Technology to sponsor free food science webinar

FoodManufacture.co.uk and the Institute of Food Science & Technology are sponsoring a free public webinar on food science and technology ...

UK government’s enthusiasm for GM not matched in developing nations

Britain wants GM food to be grown commercially. After years of encouraging developing countries in Africa and elsewhere to grow them, but unable to ...

Institute of Food Science & Technology to sponsor free food science webinar

FoodManufacture.co.uk and the Institute of Food Science & Technology are sponsoring a free public webinar on food science and technology ...

Institute of Food Science & Technology to sponsor free food science webinar

FoodManufacture.co.uk and the Institute of Food Science & Technology are sponsoring a free public webinar on food science and technology ...
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GMOs and The Mark Lynas Conversion: Round Two Roundup

The GLP digs through the fallout from Mark Lynas's public "conversion" from anti-GMO to pro-science activist ...

Institute of Food Science & Technology to sponsor free food science webinar

FoodManufacture.co.uk and the Institute of Food Science & Technology are sponsoring a free public webinar on food science and technology ...

Institute of Food Science & Technology to sponsor free food science webinar

FoodManufacture.co.uk and the Institute of Food Science & Technology are sponsoring a free public webinar on food science and technology ...
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Monsanto versus the people

Exploiting their patent on transgenic corn, soybean and cotton, Monsanto asserts an insidious control of those agricultural industries in the ...

Like it or not, the future of food involves GM

With consumer demand for minimally processed, fresh-like food, it is inevitable that food ingredient innovation will step up to meet ...
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Future of food: GMOs and test-tube burgers

As long as we keep trying to replicate the past, we’ll limit innovation. “Food nostalgia” may be ignorant and unsustainable, ...
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