Over the last few weeks, the Board of Biology Fortified has been listening and learning as peaceful protests have gathered to protest police brutality against black people across the United States and the world. We’d like to express solidarity with…
We need GMO salmon
Nick Saik encourages viewers to "do something real for science today" by using Richard's template to contact your grocery store and ask for fast-growing genetically engineered salmon.
Ask your supermarket to stock GMO salmon
With FDA's approval of fast-growing GMO salmon, now is a good time to contact supermarkets to ask that they carry sustainable GMO foods.
We don’t need weak data to make the case for GMOs
The benefits of some GMOs are touted using weak data. This post reviews examples and shows that GMO traits diversify our food supply, even if their benefits are neutral.
Government shutdown’s lasting impacts
The longest government shutdown in US history will have lasting impacts on science and agriculture. An interview with Jason Williams at PAGXXVII.
Making Amends For Helping Take the “Pro-GMO” Movement Too Far
I need to apologize for my role in shaping the pro-GMO movement and for the mistakes I made in leading that movement.
Industry Documents confirm Biofortified’s Independence
We approach our 10th anniversary, a good time to reflect on our mission, work, and values. Independence and transparency are at the top of that list.
SynBioBeta: A different synthesis of a biotech conference
Next week, the SynBioBeta conference for 2018 will commence. This is a synthetic biology conference that brings business entrepreneurs, scientists, programmers and more from around the world to the San Fransisco bay area each year to give presentations, network, and…
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A field trip inside Green anti-GMO campaigning
Green anti-GMO environmentalists have legitimate reasons to be suspicious of industry, but have gone beyond sound skepticism into full-blown fanaticism.
Hogwash! A review of Whitewash by Carey Gillam
Does Carey Gilliam's book measure up against the hype, and does it carefully address inconvenient data that runs contrary to its thesis? Here is my Whitewash review.