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Q&A with Mark Lynas and plant geneticist Nina Fedoroff

Nina Fedoroff, a leading geneticist and pioneer in transgenics, critiques Lynas' recent speech and discusses the future of plant biotechnology ...
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Q&A with Mark Lynas and plant geneticist Nina Fedoroff

Nina Fedoroff, a leading geneticist and pioneer in transgenics, critiques Lynas' recent speech and discusses the future of plant biotechnology ...
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Q&A with Mark Lynas and plant geneticist Nina Fedoroff

Nina Fedoroff, a leading geneticist and pioneer in transgenics, critiques Lynas' recent speech and discusses the future of plant biotechnology ...
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Q&A with Mark Lynas and plant geneticist Nina Fedoroff

Nina Fedoroff, a leading geneticist and pioneer in transgenics, critiques Lynas' recent speech and discusses the future of plant biotechnology ...
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Q&A with Mark Lynas and plant geneticist Nina Fedoroff

Nina Fedoroff, a leading geneticist and pioneer in transgenics, critiques Lynas' recent speech and discusses the future of plant biotechnology ...
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Q&A with Mark Lynas and plant geneticist Nina Fedoroff

Nina Fedoroff, a leading geneticist and pioneer in transgenics, critiques Lynas' recent speech and discusses the future of plant biotechnology ...
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Can a rose catch your cold? Threat of ‘killer’ viral plant gene is latest anti-GMO rant

The latest "greatest danger to ever face humanity" has emerged from an obscure, technical study in GM Crops & Foods, ...

Chickpea genome map to benefit poor farmers

The following is an excerpt. A team of agricultural researchers from Asia, Australia, Europe and North America, led by the ...

Letter: GM crop bans are unnecessary in Canada

Editor's Note: this letter is a response from Lorne Hepworth, president of CropLife Canada, to Victoria News in response to ...

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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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 ...

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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Biotechnology: Teaching the controversy?

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

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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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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Biotechnology vs organics: Which is more sustainable?

Indulging in a romanticized image of the farming industry stands in the way of progress. We need a technologically sophisticated ...
Australian debate over Seralini paper continues

Australian debate over Seralini paper continues

The Australian anti-GMO NGO Safe Food Foundation has reaffirmed its support for the much-derided Seralini paper in the wake of ...
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Defeated anti-GMO coalition resurrected as GMO Inside

Defeated at the polls in California, anti-GM forces behind Proposition 37 have resurrected their campaign under the moniker GMO Inside ...

India: The growing doubt over GM crops

[T]he central character of Indian agriculture, the farmer, is a pitiable picture, with the burdens of ever increasing cost of ...
Using gene manipulation to engineer biofuels

Using gene manipulation to engineer biofuels

With increasing demands for sustainable energy, being able to cost-effectively produce fuel from plant biomass is more important than ever ...
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Can organics and biotech crops coexist peacefully? Organic lobbyists hope not

Big Organics is accelerating its attacks on the just released USDA Advisory Committee on Biotechnology and 21st Century report, “Enchancing ...

Scientists in UK urge more agricultural R&D

Forecasts of a world population of 9 billion has prompted the publication on Friday of Feeding the Future, a report ...

Scientists in UK urge more agricultural R&D

Forecasts of a world population of 9 billion has prompted the publication on Friday of Feeding the Future, a report ...

Scientists in UK urge more agricultural R&D

Forecasts of a world population of 9 billion has prompted the publication on Friday of Feeding the Future, a report ...

Scientists in UK urge more agricultural R&D

Forecasts of a world population of 9 billion has prompted the publication on Friday of Feeding the Future, a report ...

Scientists in UK urge more agricultural R&D

Forecasts of a world population of 9 billion has prompted the publication on Friday of Feeding the Future, a report ...