Top U.S. trade and agriculture officials called on China to streamline its process for approving U.S. biotechnology, particularly genetically modified crops.
GMO technology is often under fire by critics who make various health and safety claims. Proponents typically respond that GMO crops use fewer pesticides and generate higher yields. A recent article from the New York Times, “Doubts About the Promised Bounty of Genetically Modified Crops,” is challenging those assumed benefits.[…]Read More »
In his futuristic speech to open the conference held in Amsterdam, author Adjiedj Bakas told delegates that “technology will renew your industry” and warned them to embrace change with the right attitude. Read moreRead More »