The EPA has proposed a rule that will streamline the regulation of National Priority List sites that pose no risks of concern to humans or the environment.
The SECURE (Sustainable, Ecological, Consistent, Uniform, Responsible, Efficient) Rule, is the first meaningful evolution of biotechnology rules in decades.
What does this new decade have in store for agriculture? The Farmer’s Daughter is ready to give you her predictions for the 2020s in this industry.
Breeding technologies, such as gene editing and synthetic biology, offer tools for developing crops that can withstand climate change impacts.
Certain sources will stop a biotech debate in its tracks, not because they carry scientific validity but because they are so laughable to be worthless.
This free educational resource for educators follows the principles of project-based learning to teach about biotechnology and its role in food production.
These GMO podcasts offer the best discussions on the topic of genetically engineered foods, and we hear directly from scientists and farmers.
A new report from the Council for Agricultural Science and Technology (CAST) shows the scientific community is overwhelmingly positive about biotech plant breeding and the benefits for farmers, consumers, and the environment. But the authors of the paper say that the current process-based U.S. biotechnology regulatory system is a barrier to such agricultural innovation. In […]