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Bangladeshi farmers may be able to start growing GMO blight-resistant potatoes this year

Katrina Pross | 
Researchers from the U.S., Indonesia and Bangladesh are embracing genetic engineering in hopes of increasing food security. The team is ...

No logic in giving up GMO food production for organic

So what is “organic,” really? To look at this question, it can be easier to start with what is not ...

Genetically modified apple draws national attention and sparks controversy

Rebecca Harrington | 
Genetically modified apples can’t be found at a grocery store in the United States, but a Canadian company could change ...