Articles written specifically for the GLP or the articles that are reposted from other sources (sometimes in modified form) with permission list the source as Genetic Literacy Project. Excerpted articles list the original media outlet as the source. Excerpts are posted under guidelines for Fair Use and Creative Commons for educational nonprofits (501c3). The GLP’s Fair Use policy for posting excerpts and using images is explained here.
Gene editing could boost UK’s virus-plagued sugar beet industry, country’s agriculture minister says

Gene editing could boost UK’s virus-plagued sugar beet industry, country’s agriculture minister says

Reuters | 
[British farming and environment minister George] Eustice told the annual conference of the National Farmers Union [on February 23] that ...
Screen Shot at PM

Europe’s neonicotinoid ban contributed to one-third drop in Britain’s rapeseed

Reuters | 
Britain's rapeseed harvest fell this year by almost one-third due to poor yields and a prolonged decline in the planted area which ...

GMOs need to focus on the consumer not the producer

Reuters | 
British consumers will only embrace genetically modified foods when traits are developed which provide them with significant benefits, Justin King, ...

UK minister: Europe risks becoming ‘Museum of World Farming’ if it votes no on GM corn

Reuters | 
Britain's farm minister called on the European Union to approve a strain of genetically modified maize in a vote later ...

Slow EU approvals seen growing threat to soy trade

Reuters | 
Slow European Union approval of genetically modified soybeans is likely to pose a growing threat to trade as the pace ...
glp menu logo outlined

Newsletter Subscription

Optional. Mail on special occasions.