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Feb 26, 2018
Gene-Editing: How Do We Move Towards Acceptance

This mix of opinions affirm the notion that many perceptions about biotechnology and food are based on misunderstanding and fear.

 
Feb 26, 2018
Busting the Myth: GMO Corn Does Increase Crop Yields

GMO corn varieties increased crop yields 5.6 to 24.5 percent relative to their non-GMO equivalents

 
Feb 23, 2018
Oregon Court of Appeals affirms ruling overturning GMO ban

A ruling that invalidated a GMO ban in Oregon’s Josephine County has been affirmed on appeal.

 
Feb 23, 2018
Local Companies Gear Up For Commercialization Of GM Seeds

The National Biosafety Committee was already on ground to screen and approve seed companies that would actively participate in the seed multiplication when GM seeds are finally commercialized.

 
Feb 23, 2018
Former agriculture secretary Tom Vilsack: Non-GMO, gluten-free labels fan consumer fears

On its face, it makes sense. If consumers say they want transparency, tell them exactly what is in your product. That is simply supplying a certain demand.

 
Feb 22, 2018
Rwandan scientists debate potential pros and cons of allowing farmers to grow GMO crops

Genetically modified organisms, which scientists argue are primed to revolutionise agriculture and livestock, have attracted criticism and skepticism from various circles.

 
Feb 20, 2018
Indian official: Insect-resistant GMO cotton has increased production, decreased pesticide use

Bt cotton, which is resistant to Bollworm infestation, was released during 2002-03.

 
Feb 20, 2018
Nigeria on track to commercialize GMO cowpeas, rice, sorghum, corn and cotton

We’re already taking steps, we’re already dialoguing with them, bringing them and building their capacity, telling them of the science behind the technology, safety and how they can import and take part in technology development.

We’re already taking steps, we’re already dialoguing with them, bringing them and building their capacity, telling them of the science behind the technology, safety and how they can import and take part in technology development. We’re already taking steps, we’re already dialoguing with them, bringing them and building their capacity, telling them of the science behind the technology, safety and how they can import and take part in technology development. We’re already taking steps, we’re already dialoguing with them, bringing them and building their capacity, telling them of the science behind the technology, safety and how they can import and take part in technology development.

Read More at: https://leadership.ng/2018/02/06/local-companies-gear-commercialization-gm-seeds/
We’re already taking steps, we’re already dialoguing with them, bringing them and building their capacity, telling them of the science behind the technology, safety and how they can import and take part in technology development.

Read More at: https://leadership.ng/2018/02/06/local-companies-gear-commercialization-gm-seeds/
We’re already taking steps, we’re already dialoguing with them, bringing them and building their capacity, telling them of the science behind the technology, safety and how they can import and take part in technology development.

Read More at: https://leadership.ng/2018/02/06/local-companies-gear-commercialization-gm-seeds/
 
Feb 20, 2018
USDA and FDA to coordinate and streamline regulations of GMO and gene-edited crops and animals

The FDA and the USDA have worked closely over the years to oversee the nation’s food supply.

 
Feb 20, 2018
How Asian consumers and farmers are tiptoeing into using GMO crops

High costs, back-breaking work and unpredictable yields compelled Rosalie Ellasus to give up on corn farming....

 
Nov 15, 2017
Iden Biotechnology partners with J.R. Simplot Company on gene discovery for potato advancements

These companies recently entered into an agreement to explore the potential for nutritional enrichment in the potato.

 
Sep 8, 2017
Innate spuds gaining foreign-market approval

Simplot Plant Sciences has been receiving approval for its Innate line of genetically modified potatoes in foreign markets.

 
Sep 8, 2017
Gene-edited camelina cleared by USDA

The USDA has determined that a camelina variety that’s gene-edited to increased oil content doesn’t fall under its regulatory jurisdiction.

 
Sep 8, 2017
Golden bananas boost vitamin A levels

With approximately 650,000–750,000 children worldwide dying from vitamin A deficiency, Professor James Dale from the Queensland University of Technology has been researching a way to enhance pro-vitamin A in bananas.

 
Aug 30, 2017
40 Years Ago, GMO Insulin Was Controversial Also

It may seem like olden days to Millennials, but the late 1970s were a lot like today. America was divided due to an unpopular President, gas was expensive, the movie industry was at death's door...and genetic engineering was a big concern.

 
Aug 17, 2017
Fear and regulatory costs dogging genetically engineered crops

Genome editing, has taken crop plant breeding to “an entirely new level,” says Dr. Adrianne Massey. But "a totally dysfunctional regulatory system" and activist opposition continue as barriers to progress.

 
Aug 17, 2017
Innate® Second Generation Potato Receives Canadian Government Clearance

Health Canada conducted a comprehensive safety assessment and approved the use of Innate® second generation potatoes for food.