Top U.S. trade and agriculture officials called on China to streamline its process for approving U.S. biotechnology, particularly genetically modified crops.
Genetically modified crops are helping farmers around the world reduce the environmental impact of agricultural production, according to Kate Hall, managing director of the Council for Biotechnology Information and spokesperson for GMO Answers. Hall published her thoughts in a recent editorial published by Forbes. Read about her thoughts hereRead More »
Brazil has approved commercial use of a genetically modified sugarcane, setting a milestone for the country’s highly competitive sugar industry as this is the first time such permission has been granted anywhere in the world. Read moreRead More »