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China's adoption of GMO cotton launched 25-year decline in 'hazardous' pesticide use

China’s adoption of GMO cotton launched 25-year decline in ‘hazardous’ pesticide use

Mark Lynas | 
China has experienced large and sustained reductions in pesticide use as a result of adopting GMO cotton, according to the largest-ever ...
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Biotech experts open their labs to combat misinformation about GMOs

Verenardo Meeme | 
Scientists are demonstrating the efficacy of plant biotechnology by taking Cornell Alliance for Science Global Leadership Fellows through the process ...
Brexit could free UK farmers from Europe's stringent GMO regulations

Brexit could free UK farmers from Europe’s stringent GMO regulations

Justin Cremer | 
Like most United Kingdom citizens, English farmer Andrew Osmond lives with a certain sense of uncertainty brought on by Brexit ...
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As Uganda debates GMO safety, its scientists boost food production in neighboring countries

John Agaba | 
When Dr. Geoffrey Arinaitwe returned home after earning his PhD in biotechnology in Belgium in 2005, Uganda seemed a promising ...
South Africa urges neighboring countries to learn from its success with biotech

South Africa urges neighboring countries to learn from its success with biotech

Joseph Opoku Gakpo | 
South Africa is urging other African countries to learn from its latest strategy and adopt more holistic policies around biotechnology ...
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Anti-GMO ‘Russian trolls’ also spread vaccine myths on social media, study finds

Mark Lynas | 
A new study showing that Russian-linked trolls and social media bots have been heavily promoting misinformation on vaccines shows just how far ...
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Cryopreservation: Scientists protect diversity of Uganda’s staple crops with cold storage

Christopher Bendana | 
Uganda’s National Agricultural Research Organization (NARO) is using liquid nitrogen to conserve banana cell lines .... to combat disease and ...
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If Ghana follows Nigeria’s lead and approves Bt cotton, it could jump-start its textile industry

Joseph Opoku Gakpo | 
Nigeria’s decision to commercialize Bt cotton has revived hopes for the novel variety in Ghana, its West African neighbor. Science-focused ...
In landmark case, activist attempt to block introduction of GMO corn dismissed by Nigerian High Court

In landmark case, activist attempt to block introduction of GMO corn dismissed by Nigerian High Court

Nkechi Isaac | 
Just two weeks after Nigeria’s federal government approved the commercialization of Bt cotton, scientists scored another victory with a court judgment ...
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Indian farmers double yields with Bt cotton, but pest resistance issues complicate its advantages

Mark Lynas | 
Ever since India adopted genetically modified Bt cotton in 2002, a bitter battle has been raging to define the narrative ...
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Kenya, Ethiopia show neighboring Uganda how to revive its dying cotton industry with pest-tolerant technology

Isaac Ongu | 
Cotton, once a cash cow in Uganda where growers aspired to outcompete each other in the acreage covered and income ...
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Ugandan researcher: Western science education a ‘game changer’ for African agriculture

Christopher Bendana | 
[Dr. Priver] Namanya, a plant biotechnologist at the National Agricultural Research Laboratories (NARL) in Kawanda, Uganda, has been doing [biotechnology ...
Viewpoint: FDA approval of 'Impossible Burger's' key GMO ingredient is a huge step for sustainable food

Viewpoint: FDA approval of ‘Impossible Burger’s’ key GMO ingredient is a huge step for sustainable food

Mark Lynas | 
The “clean meat” revolution took a major step forward [on July 23] as the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) ...
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CRISPR: How gene editing could provide clean water, cut pesticide use and protect the environment

Jenna Gallegos | 
CRISPR has been making headlines for its potential to treat or prevent diseases. But medicine isn’t the only science where ...
Viewpoint: GMOs may be controversial, but bio-technology is creating a greener, cleaner world

Viewpoint: GMOs may be controversial, but bio-technology is creating a greener, cleaner world

Joan Conrow | 
Jason Kelly, founder of the microbe engineering company Ginkgo Bioworks, wants those who work in the often-contentious field of GMOs ...
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Viewpoint: There’s no one ‘butterfly-killing bogeyman’ to blame for declining monarch populations

Justin Cremer | 
“When you look at the 25-year trend, it seems quite dire,” [Anurag] Agrawal, a Cornell University professor of ecology and ...
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Gene-drive off-switch addresses concerns of releasing ‘genocidal’ mosquitoes into nature to control pests and disease

Mark Lynas | 
Researchers in the UK have developed the first ‘switchable’ gene drive system, potentially addressing fears that the use of gene ...
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Viewpoint: Biofortified GMO crops can help alleviate world hunger

Daniel Norero | 
About 800 million people are currently suffering from hunger in the world, and some 2 billion suffer from some type of ...
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Mandatory label may improve consumer confidence in GMO foods, study finds

Mark Lynas | 
Today’s findings suggest ... that the presence of labels may serve to dispel consumer concerns about GMOs by increasing their ...
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Chinese embrace fake news on GMOs, with many believing they are US bioterrorism weapons

Mark Lynas | 
Numerous public opinion surveys have shown that Chinese people have a sharply negative attitude towards genetically modified foods, despite the ...
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GMO crops in Africa: How South African farmers paved the way

Nkechi Isaac | 
“I feel I wasted my time working for over 20 years as an electrical engineer in Johannesburg,” said Khambi Frans ...
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Infamous Seralini GMO rat tumor study debunked by European scientists

Joan Conrow | 
Three European studies have disproved Gilles-Éric Séralini’s widely circulated claims that genetically modified maize (corn) induces tumors in rats. Séralini, ...
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GMO crop pioneer Marc Van Montagu: Overpopulation—not GMOs—drives monocultures

David de Puem, Moritz Gallei | 
At roughly the same time as Mary-Dell Chilton and Monsanto, who were working in the United States, [Belgian molecular biologists ...
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US FDA approves GMO Golden Rice as safe to eat

Mark Lynas | 
The United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved Golden Rice, marking the third positive international assessment for the genetically engineered ...
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Where food security trumps ideology: ‘People in Mozambique are not worried about GMOs’

Joseph Gakpo | 
In Mozambique, a country where 64 percent of the population is food insecure, no one cares about the processes used ...
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How ‘technophobia’ helps explain public opposition to GMOs and biotechnology

Etta Bisong | 
It is now common sense to argue that the issue lies not in the concept of the technology, but with ...
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How regulators ensure that pesticide residues on food don’t hurt us

Juan Ortúzar | 
Due to my relationship with the world of food, I constantly hear inaccurate comments about GMOs and agricultural pesticides.  While ...
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Video: Blight-resistant GMO potato could help Ugandan farmers increase yields, reduce pesticide use

A GMO potato offers hope to Uganda farmers who are struggling with the devastating late blight disease. But politics have ...