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?
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10 years of the Biofortified Blog
Walk through the fields of the past and review our 10 most visited Biofortified Blog posts.
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.
Making a difference at the FDA Biotech meeting
On Tuesday, I attended the FDA Biotech Education and Outreach public meeting in San Francisco, and here is my experience participating in this public event. I was happy to be able to make a comment on behalf of Biology Fortified,…
Introducing: Crop Modification Techniques Infographic
To help educate people about the many methods that are used to generate new traits in plants, Biology Fortified has created an infographic on six different crop modification techniques, with examples of crops generated with each method. This infographic was…
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Crop Wars: Discover magazine and the anti-GMO movement
A Rebuttal : Collide-a-Scape. Keith Kloor;: “When I drew attention to the piece via Twitter yesterday, there was near instantaneous shock and outrage to it from some scientists. Others also shook their heads in disbelief. “ Read on
Mark Lynas » Golden promise: How ‘biofortification’ could soon be saving hundreds of thousands of lives
Mark Lynas » Golden promise: How ‘biofortification’ could soon be saving hundreds of thousands of lives.
Michael Specter: Is Dr. Oz Doing More Harm Than Good? : The New Yorker
Michael Specter: Is Dr. Oz Doing More Harm Than Good? : The New Yorker.
Monsanto court case not about save-the-seeds myth – Winnipeg Free Press
Monsanto court case not about save-the-seeds myth – Winnipeg Free Press.