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29-year study of trillions of meals shows GE crops do not harm food-producing animals, humans

According to GMO critics, livestock around the world are developing cancer and dropping like flies after eating genetically engineered feed ...
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Hornless cattle make case for gene editing and less restrictive regulation of GM animals

Will new gene editing techniques that don't involve the insertion of "foreign" genes soften the opposition to genetic modification? Researchers ...
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Ag department accused of ‘industry-friendly approach’ in regulating outdoor GMO tests

At a secret location among the vineyards of California's Central Coast, a plot of genetically engineered corn is producing proteins ...

GMO fears are ‘mirror image’ of climate change denial

Back in July, the bipartisan Horticulture, Research, Biotechnology, and Foreign Agriculture subcommittee held hearings on the subject of whether food ...

Biotech ‘critical’ tool for Nigeria’s food security and industrialization

Despite the availability of biotechnology and all its potential, Nigeria is yet to fully tap from biotechnology to feed its ...
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Do GMO farms ‘contaminate’ neighboring crops? A farmer’s view of co-existence

Skeptics of GMOs often voice concern over cross-pollination--what activists say is the potential for the 'contamination' of neighboring fields by ...

First trial of GM crops rich in omega-3s harvested in UK

Britain’s first trial of GM crops enriched with nutrients to improve health has been successfully harvested. Following a groundbreaking field trial, ...

Moving closer to GM cup of coffee

A consortium of scientists announced in Science that they've sequenced the coffee genome for the first time. By determining all of the ...

American industry groups pressuring EU to allow GM imports

Britain and other European Union member states are under increasing pressure from North American business groups to open their borders ...

Ag Department records raise concerns of illegal experimentation with GM crops

An inspection of an orchard of experimental, genetically modified apples in central Washington last year turned up a troubling finding ...

NaturalNews endorses GMOs as solution to bee crisis

Here we go again, folks. Recently Natural News published an article titled “New, all-natural pesticide unveiled by scientists – and ...

Climate Corp co-founder is Monsanto’s new unlikely champion

When Monsanto Co. purchased Climate Corp. for $930 million last year, it got a San Francisco-based startup that crunches weather data to improve ...

Both small and large farms are needed for ‘optimal’ sustainable farming system

Small farms are inefficient but are more likely to grow healthful foods and might be more environmentally friendly, while large ...

Vandana Shiva responsible for ‘irrational’ fears of GMOs, dismisses science that doesn’t suit ideology

The person most responsible for cementing the GMO-suicide link in European minds is the environmentalist Vandana Shiva. She is given ...

Greenpeace’s ‘crimes against humanity’ preventing release of biofortified GM foods

Vitamin A deficiency, according to the World Health Organisation, is the leading cause of preventable blindness in children and is ...

African leaders call for efforts to increase agricultural productivity, including biotech

African ministers and business leaders have gathered in Ethiopia to consider ways to trigger a green revolution and improve the ...

Scientists create bacteria that excrete propane

Propane, the gas that fuels your barbecue (and perhaps one day your car), may soon have a new, renewable source ...
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Activists seek endangered status for monarch butterflies, blame pesticides and GMOs

As monarch butterfly populations dwindle to unprecedented low levels, activists say the colorful and far-ranging insects need protection of the ...

GE microbes address climate change, sequester carbon dioxide by making plastics

What's the fix for a warming planet? Just one word: Plastics. As the world grapples with greenhouse gas emissions still ...

China needs open debate on GMO public policy

Biosafety certificates permitting Chinese researchers to grow genetically modified rice and corn expired last week, with little indication that the ...

Anti-GMO groups mount misinformation campaign against pesticide-reducing Bt brinjal in Bangladesh

The campaign against pest-resistant Bt brinjal in Bangladesh appears to have shifted into a new gear, as the powerful anti-GMO ...

Indian ag minister: Biotech will play ‘significant role’ in second Green Revolution

Agriculture Minister Radha Mohan Singh today pitched for biotech crops especially in eastern states for achieving second green revolution in the country. Opening a ...

My garden is organic and I grow GMOs

Enter by the wooden gate, you'll find a lush vegetable garden with red veined chard, green cabbages, spicy arugula, bright ...

New generation Amish farmer’s view of next Green Revolution

In 2010, a young man on a quest for enlightenment walked into the office of Jerry Hatfield, director of the ...
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New Yorker editor David Remnick responds to Vandana Shiva criticism of Michael Specter’s profile

The Vandana Shiva affair takes a new turn today with the release of The New Yorker Editor David Remnick's point-by-point ...

Stonyfield founder Gary Hirshberg leverages ‘Vandana Shiva Affair’ to promote GMO labeling

Michael Specter’s essay in The New Yorker against labeling genetically engineered food is fraught with factual errors, and it misses ...
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Brazilian transgenic eucalyptus trees that produce more wood target of global activists

Viewed from above, Brazil’s orderly eucalyptus plantations offer a stark contrast to the hurly-burly of surrounding native forests. The trees, ...

Activists blame GMOs and pesticides for monarch butterfly decline in west

As monarch butterfly populations dwindle to unprecedented low levels, activists say the colorful and far-ranging insects need protection of the ...