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The GENetic Engineering Risk Atlas, or GENERA for short, is a searchable database of peer-reviewed research on risks of genetically engineered crops. The database includes important details at-a-glance.
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I have something to say to the larger skeptics community, but especially to food-world skeptics. I need to apologize for my role in shaping the pro-GMO movement and for the mistakes I made in leading that movement.
What does the bioengineered label mean? How will it impact farmers and food manufacturers? Consumers will want to know how new labels will impact their choices at the grocery store., including what won’t be labeled, health, and costs.
Editor’s note: The USDA Agricultural Marketing Service (AMS) released their bioengineered label final rule today. Learn about the bioengineered label’s definitions in Anastasia Bodnar’s post Bioengineered Label – Consumer Impacts and find news and updates on our Bioengineered page. Mary Mangan…
How did dicamba drift became such a problem in 2015-2018? What will happen in 2019? Follow the timeline and learn what’s next in this post.
A volatile herbicide has caused damage to farms, landscaping, and more. Learn about what dicamba is, human health effects, and dicamba drift.
Over the past 10 years, we’ve covered many topics related to biotechnology and other issues related to agriculture and food. As we begin our next 10 years, what do you want to know?