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Infographic: Are genetically engineered crops less safe than classically-bred food?

Kayleen Schreiber | 
Crops and foods today are not what they used to look like. Farmers and plant breeders have been modifying plant ...

Talking Biotech: Using plants as ‘biofactories’ for vaccines, biofuels and more

Beth Hood, Kevin Folta | 
Plant biologist Beth Hood: Scientists are genetically modifying plants to produce ingredients for a variety of important industrial and therapeutic ...

Current biotech regulations create animal and crop approval blocks and bottlenecks but gene editing may open new doors

Joe Scott | 
The cost of current biotech industry regulations might not be obvious to consumers, but it’s clear to researchers. “We’ve got ...
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Viewpoint: Genetic engineering’s benefits extend far beyond GMO crops and controversy

Cameron English | 
In discussing biotechnology, too much controversy is focused on the crops developed by Monsanto and its competitors. Genetic engineering is ...
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Talking Biotech: Soil-worm resistant GMO crops in Africa hindered by politics, public fears

IITA scientists: GMOs could help fend off nematode crop pests in Africa, but educating policymakers and public about the benefits ...

Omega-3 fish oil from a plant? GMO camelina could offer sustainable alternative

Rebecca Nesbit | 
The distant relative of rapeseed could solve one of the problems faced by fish farms -- growing fish with the ...

10 truths about GMOs, organics and modern farming

Layla Katiraee | 
As the debate over GMOs has gone viral, city-dwellers often position themselves as experts on farming. But there's often a ...
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Transgenic fish are ready for us. Are we ready for them?

Eric Bender | 
After overcoming two decades of regulatory and legal challenges, AquaBounty now faces the ultimate tests as it prepares for the ...
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