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Argentina and GMOs: Exploring the nation’s long relationship with biotech crops

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In 2019, Argentina will begin the commercialization of the first genetically modified drought-and salt-tolerant soybean. This will be a particularly ...
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USDA’s hands-off approach to gene-edited crops could revolutionize research and development

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The US Department of Agriculture’s recent decision to stay out of the business of regulating gene-edited crops could be a ...
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Synthetic biology’s ‘promise and potential’ capture investor attention

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Synthetic biology has become the new frontier of genetic engineering, promising to radically change the way we make clothes, fragrances, ...
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Frankenfoods? A ‘terrible word’ that could describe more foods than you might realize

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What's a Frankenfood? If science matters, it's not food with ingredients whose genes have been precision modified ...
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Money magnets: Wall Street enamored by promise of human gene editing, gene therapies

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Venture capitalists and investors are pouring money into the genomics sector, seeking to capitalize on breakthroughs in CRISPR gene editing ...
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Viewpoint: Regulatory overreach looms as obstacle for New Breeding Techniques (NBTs) in agriculture

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The fast-moving world of plant breeding — fueled by advances in CRISPR and other techniques — has tossed a wrench ...
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Anti-GMO forces target New Breeding Techniques (NBTs) despite similarities to conventional crops

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For years, critics of GMOs have focused on the idea that modern technologies have allowed plant breeders to take genetic ...
Genetic engineering promises cornucopia of future products—but biotechnology critics take lethal aim

Genetic engineering promises cornucopia of future products—but biotechnology critics take lethal aim

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Genetic engineering may soon be giving us products that appear to be pulled from the realm of science fiction. Researchers ...
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Gene-editing advances put us at the dawn of a revolution in medicine

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So much of the public's attention is focused on the use of genetic engineering in the crops that our farmers ...
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Animal breeders are blocked worldwide from using genetic engineering. Here’s why.

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Stringent regulations have made it almost impossible for GE animals to be approved for sale in the US. It took ...
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Genetic engineering, CRISPR and food: What the ‘revolution’ will bring in the near future

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Genetic engineering and gene editing have the potential to radically transform our lives if they can overcome the objections of ...
Viewpoint: Gulf that divides pro- and anti-GMO forces not easily bridged

Viewpoint: Gulf that divides pro- and anti-GMO forces not easily bridged

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The opposition to GMOs is based not on scientific evidence, but on personal values and ideology. In effect, the two ...
With GMO insect-resistant sugarcane approval, Brazilian farmers poised to reap benefits of biotech pipeline

With GMO insect-resistant sugarcane approval, Brazilian farmers poised to reap benefits of biotech pipeline

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With the approval of Brazil's fourth genetically-engineered crop--insect-resistant sugarcane--Brazil is emerging as the most genetically innovative developing country ...
Bangladesh’s embrace of GMO technology may embolden innovation in developing countries  

Bangladesh’s embrace of GMO technology may embolden innovation in developing countries  

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Bangladesh's successful application of biotechnology and development of its own GM crops could serve as a model for other developing ...
How Bangladesh emerged as world innovator in pest-resistant, nutritionally fortified GM crops

How Bangladesh emerged as world innovator in pest-resistant, nutritionally fortified GM crops

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GMO Bt eggplant has reduced insecticide use 80-90% in Bangladesh, ushering in burgeoning era of sustainable agriculture--and more GM crops ...
Led by Nigeria, Africa opening door to genetically modified crop cultivation

Led by Nigeria, Africa opening door to genetically modified crop cultivation

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Africa has been reluctant to adopt GM technology for crop production. Recent developments suggest that may be changing, with many ...
Nigeria poised to become Africa's GMO superpower, overcoming NGO scare campaigns

Nigeria poised to become Africa’s GMO superpower, overcoming NGO scare campaigns

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Africa's largest country and economy is focused on reviving its once thriving agricultural sector. It has five genetically engineered crops ...
After India’s GMO cotton miracle, food crops remain blocked– Here’s why

After India’s GMO cotton miracle, food crops remain blocked– Here’s why

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As India's population continues to boom, many wonder how the country will feed its citizens. Can biotechnology offer a solution? ...
China lays groundwork to be major producer of GMO crops

China lays groundwork to be major producer of GMO crops

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With a series of recent moves and policies, China seems to be preparing to change their stance on GMOs ...
As Congress dickers over GMO labeling, Brazil may offer path forward

As Congress dickers over GMO labeling, Brazil may offer path forward

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Can we look to Brazil, where GMOs have been labeled since 2003, to learn what the effects of GMO labeling ...
GMOs not natural? FDA ponders science, public perceptions in evaluating label revision

GMOs not natural? FDA ponders science, public perceptions in evaluating label revision

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The FDA is reviewing the definition of 'natural' as it pertains to food. Should it include foods made with genetic ...
Will severe droughts in Africa open door for imports, acceptance of GM crops?

Will severe droughts in Africa open door for imports, acceptance of GM crops?

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Facing food shortages from severe drought, will countries in southern Africa change stance on GMOs to feed their people? ...
Genetic engineering in Africa 2: Continent cautiously embraces biotechnology

Genetic engineering in Africa 2: Continent cautiously embraces biotechnology

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Part two, of a two-part series discussing the status of GMO crops in Africa , covers how countries across the ...
Genetic engineering in Africa 1: Banana, cassava can be rescued

Genetic engineering in Africa 1: Banana, cassava can be rescued

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Part one, of a two-part series discussing the status of GMO crops in Africa , covers the potential crops that ...
Opponents of GMOs might learn from the disastrous legacy of Soviet era Lysenkoism

Opponents of GMOs might learn from the disastrous legacy of Soviet era Lysenkoism

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Opponents of GM foods no doubt believe they stand on the side of science, but independent evidence suggest they are ...
Anti-GMO forces can slow train of technological progress but cannot derail it

Anti-GMO forces can slow train of technological progress but cannot derail it

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Science ultimately conquers ignorance and so it will be with GMOs ...
Mandatory GMO food label not backed by science

Mandatory GMO food label not backed by science

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GMO safety, once questioned by science-minded liberals, are now widely seen as not only safe but a key tool in ...