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Monsanto wrongly sued farmers for patent infringement? Federal courts put down David v Goliath myth for good

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Does greedy Monsanto sue small-time farmers for patent infringement because their fields are accidentally contaminated with the company's GM seeds? ...
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David v Goliath? What reporters and activists got wrong about 3 high-profile Monsanto patent suits

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Anti-GMO folk hero and canola farmer Percy Schmeiser was the best-known avatar of the idea that Monsanto, now part of ...
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Viewpoint: Anti-Monsanto biopic ‘Percy’ tells misleading tale about GMOs and seed patents

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As any experienced moviegoer knows, "This film is based on a true story" is more of a disclaimer than a ...
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‘Rethinking Monsanto’: Ex-GMO skeptic explains what he got wrong about Big Ag and the pitfalls of plant breeding

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Beginning in 2010, I embarked on a slow-motion conversion from GMO skeptic to advocate as I began developing a more ...
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What I got wrong: GMO skeptic turned crop biotech advocate explains his ‘slow-motion conversion’

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A recent open-heart surgery put my mind, as it might, on themes relating to mortality. Which got me thinking about ...
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How the pigweed Palmer amaranth became a ‘super weed’—and what it tells us about preventing herbicide resistance

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Bound up with the bad news of super weeds is good news for farmers -- a window of opportunity ...
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Viewpoint: ‘Dicamba Debacle’ stirs questions about the future shape of ‘industrial, intensive agriculture’

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The dicamba debacle gives a chance to answer key questions about industrial agriculture with rare specificity ...
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Viewpoint: Dicamba debacle trial forces a reevaluation: Was Monsanto a ‘bonafide bad actor’?

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The toll on farmers is infuriating enough. But there could be widespread damage to the environment as well ...

‘Monsanto on the attack’: How an aggressive defense contributed to the ‘dicamba debacle’

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It's pretty clear that the ag industry has a problem. But what is the nature of it? ...
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Farmer vs farmer: After tens of thousands of acres of crop damage, what are we to make of the ‘dicamba debacle’?

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For dicamba, even more than most ag issues in recent history, the devil is in the details ...

GMOs are ‘substantially equivalent’ to conventional foods. Should they face reduced regulations?

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There really is no tension between patenting plants that are also found by the FDA to be substantially equivalent ...
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(Practically) no one is anti-science, and how that can help us talk about GMOs

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Keith Kloor, science blogger at Discover, has sparked an intriguing debate about the use of the term "anti-science" to describe ...

Deciphering US plans for regulating biotech animal breeding

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An overview of the regulation of biotech breeding as it relates to animals, covering some open and unsettled issues.  ...
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Viewpoint: Opponents of lab-grown meats are using anti-GMO arguments they will soon regret

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Anti-GMO style tropes are being used against the Impossible Burger by people who should know better ...

3 common misconceptions about the ‘dangers’ of genetic engineering and GMOs

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Here is the evidence to put these misconceptions to rest ...
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Animal gene editing breakthrough: Bringing Angus beef raised from US cattle to Brazil

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The gene-edited heat-tolerant Angus cow could be a very big deal in Brazil ...

Golden Rice is coming. Finally! Will it be the game-changer hinted at for almost 20 years?

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Having a staple crop that delivers adequate nutrition is a necessary precondition to fixing poverty ...
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Séralini pseudoscience syndicate: Lessons learned from decade-long assault on biotechnology orchestrated by French geneticist

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A look at Séralini's modus operandi can equip journalists and other interested observers to turn a critical eye on Séralini ...
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Viewpoint: Why the USDA’s new ‘GMO label’ is meaningless

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A meaningless label you want, a meaningless label you shall have ...

Conservation agriculture and why we must move beyond the organic vs. conventional debate

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How can journalists navigate the 'pitched battle' between organic advocates and biotechnology? Focus on real measures of sustainability, not polemical ...

6 common misconceptions about the ‘dangers’ of genetic engineering and GMOs

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Why does the GMO debate have a bit of Groundhog Day aspect to it? The way the issues are framed ...

What’s going to happen in farm biotech in 2019? Gene-edited foods; lab-grown meat surges; CRISPR regulation clarity

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These are the trends I expect to define biotech in agriculture during 2019.  ...

2018 biotech review: Second generation of GMOs arrives as US anti-GMO movement falters

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A prediction that the anti-GMO movement would become increasingly irrelevant in 2018 comes to pass ...

US regulators grapple with oversight of New Breeding Techniques (NBTs)

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In the first installment of this series, we looked at the regulatory framework in the US for the products of ...

Fighting weeds: Can we reduce, or even eliminate, herbicides by utilizing robotics and AI?

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A quick look at some of the technical strategies being pursued in farming robotics and AI ...
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Why did Tanzania just pull the plug on its GMO crop trials?

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When the Tanzanian government announced Friday [November 23] they were ending field trials of genetically engineered crops in the country ...
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Edible cotton: How genetically modified cottonseed could revolutionize food and feed production

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Here’s a somewhat boring fact you might already know about cotton: It doesn't make a good food, for humans or ...
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