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On Maui anti-GMO tour, Don Huber refuses to engage scientists on questionable glyphosate claims

Harold Keyser | 
Dr. Don Huber spoke in Maui as part of an event that kicked off a political campaign to ban genetically ...

The promise of GMOs evaluated: Herbicides

Anastasia Bodnar | 
As part of Biology Fortified’s serious The Promise of GMO‘s, geneticist Anastasia Bodnar, the co-founder of the website, asks: Have GMOs lived ...

The Promise of GMOs: Do GM crops encourage conservation tillage?

Anastasia Bodnar | 
As part of Biology Fortified’s serious The Promise of GMO‘s, geneticist Anastasia Bodnar, the co-founder of the website, asks: Have GMOs lived ...

The Promise of GMOs: Removing cancer causing mycotoxins from our food supply

Anastasia Bodnar | 
As part of Biology Fortified’s serious The Promise of GMO‘s, geneticist Anastasia Bodnar, the co-founder of the website, asks: Have GMOs lived ...

Biofortified analysis: Do GMOs offer nutritional advantages?

Anastasia Bodnar | 
As part of Biology Fortified's serious The Promise of GMO's, geneticist Anastasia Bodnar, the co-founder of the website, asks: Have GMOs ...

Anti-GMO groups don’t understand: GM Cheerios are as dangerous as GM insulin (not at all)

Caroline Coatney | 
The recent decision of General Mills to produce GMO-free Cheerios is interesting from marketing, political, and biological angles. However, what ...

An example of how much pesticides have changed

Steve Savage | 
The pesticides that farmers use to protect their crops have changed a great deal over the last few decades. While ...
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Plant scientist analyzes Hawaii County’s anti-GMO Bill 113

Karl Haro von Mogel | 
If passed, Hawaii County's Bill 113 would ban all new open-field cultivation of GM crops and may cause problems for ...
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Biofortified debates Consumers Union over GMO regulation, safety and labeling

Anastasia Bodnar, Michael Hansen | 
Watch as two scientists debate the GMO controversy, covering a range of topics including general safety, feeding studies and the ...

Analysis of Kaua’i County bill 2491

Karl Haro von Mogel | 
Biofortified's Karl Haro von Mogel breaks down Kauai's bill 2491, which passed in the Kauai City Council 6-1. He notes ...
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GMO safety study consensus war; GENERA to the rescue

Karl Haro von Mogel | 
The global discussion of genetically engineered crops has been heating up. Are they safe to eat? Do they harm the ...

Traces of glyphosate on crops are not toxic to humans

Anastasia Bodnar | 
Anastasia Bodnar from Biofortified explains why the traces of glyphosate, the active ingredient in Monsanto's Roundup herbicide, are not toxic to ...

Using biotechnology to restore the American Chestnut

Karl Haro von Mogel | 
"Earlier this year during my presentation at the GMO Forum in Washington D.C., I mentioned a project that raised some eyebrows," ...

20 points of broad scientific consensus on GE crops

Pamela Ronald | 
Just as many on the political right discount the broad scientific consensus that human activities contribute to global warning, many progressive ...
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EU’s anti-GMO stance reflects food security politics, not health concerns

Alexander Huszagh | 
Many people mistakenly believe that the EU bans GMOs because of safety concerns, but really the ban has more to ...

Amish use GMOs

MaryM | 
"More than once I’ve thrown ["the Amish use GMOs, you know?"] into a conversation–in real life or on twitter–and I’m ...
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Do-it-yourself biotechnology could reduce fear of GMOs

Caroline Coatney | 
Removing the "unknown" factor from biotechnology with citizen science and DIY projects could increase acceptance of GMOs ...
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Governmental regulation hurts SynthBio more than IP rights

Drew Kershen | 
Corporations and their patents are not significant barriers to synthetic bio food security technologies. Rather, the primary barrier will be ...

Union of Concerned Scientists asserts broad safety and environmental benefits of GMOs

Pamela Ronald | 
In the last few days, Margaret Mellon and Doug Gurian-Sherman have clarified the position of the Union of Concerned Scientists ...
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Why novel dsRNA molecules in GM food are of little to no concern

Alexander Huszagh | 
Consumers should not fear dietary double-stranded RNA from GM foods, studies show ...

Golden Rice trial vandalized

Karl Haro von Mogel | 
According to the Business Mirror, a farmer group called Kilusang Magbubukid ng Bikol (Peasant Movement of Bicol, or KMB) and ...

Roseanne’s nuts about GMOs

Karl Haro von Mogel | 
Lately, a lot has been going on in the crop biotechnology arena in Hawai’i. There’s Hawai’i Bill 79, and Kaua’i ...

Risk analysis is only one element of public acceptance

Rick Leonard | 
The following is an edited excerpt. In his paper, "The real and perceived risks of genetically modified organisms,"  Helge Torgensen ...
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Analysis of Kaua’i County Anti-GMO Bill

Karl Haro von Mogel | 
Biofortified analyzes the bill proposed by anti-biotech groups in Kauai to curtail planting of genetically modified crops ...
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Coffee in crisis: Transgenics to the rescue?

Caroline Coatney | 
Central American coffee production is on red alert because of the coffee rust fungus. We need transgenics to create resistant, ...
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Oregon: Genetically modified crops vandalized

Karl Haro von Mogel | 
Some 6,500 GM plants have been destroyed by "eco-activists" in Oregon since the beginning of the month ...

UK environmental secretary: We must lead the world in GE crops

Karl Haro von Mogel | 
The following is an edited excerpt. UK Environmental Secretary, Owen Paterson, delivered a speech about genetically engineered crops at the ...

Rogue GE wheat is growing in 127 countries! Should consumers be concerned?

Steve Savage | 
The following is an edited excerpt. After the “crisis” of glyphosate tolerant wheat being found in an Oregon field, I ...