Organisms

Is the American public finally okay with GMOs? Um…

A new survey of 1,021 Americans finds that we still have lots of questions and concerns about GMOs and that we don’t even really know when we’re …

Agriculture

Light-Reactive Bacteria Create Miniature ‘Mona Lisa’ Replica

Despite its association with tainted lettuce and potentially life-threatening infections, the Escherichia coli strain of bacteria is usually …

E.coli

FDA Commissioner Gottlieb Issues Statement On Advancing the Science and Regulation of Live Microbiome-Based Products

Food and Drug Law at Keller and HeckmanJurisdiction: All FederalType of Law: Biotech, Food, DrugSpecial highlight:

Law

GMO's are generally regarded as safe..... Really?

- Advertisement -<p>( http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-2205509/Fresh-fears-GM" )<p>Conclusive Link Between GMOs and Disease in Rats | …

Liberal View

Listen to "GMO CANCER IS “O” SO SERIAL W/ DR. JOEL WALLACH"-August 15, 2018 | Ground Zero With Clyde Lewis | Podcasts

Monsanto has been responsible for the mass chemical poisoning of our world going back more than 40 years and hid scientific evidence proving …

Glyphosate

Trump Administration Lifts Ban On Biotechnology Crops In Wildlife Refuges

Article ByLynn L. BergesonBergeson & Campbell, P.C.Brag Biobased Products BlogOn August 2, 2018, the Trump Administration’s Principal Deputy Director …

Pesticides

12 Facts About Food Everyone Should Know

It seems that we know everything, or almost everything, about what we eat because we carefully read the labels. But can we say that for</b> …

Agriculture

E. Coli Bacteria Made This Image of the Mona Lisa

Scientists created this picture of the Mona Lisa using genetically modified <i>E. coli</i> bacteria. Such teeny little artists!<p>The Italian researchers …

Geek

Trump Quietly OK’s Bioengineered Farming on Wildlife Refuges

Michelle ChenBy rescinding a Obama-era regulation, the administration is giving a green light to agribusiness on protected lands.The post Trump …

Pesticides

Iowa farmers benefit when makers of hazardous weed, insect killers are held responsible

CLOSE<p>Dicamba drift is damaging soybean crops at an unprecedented rate, experts say.<p>This month, Monsanto was ordered to pay $289 million to a former …

Agriculture

Application to release GMO maize into SA environment

You are encouraged to provide written comments on the Application for the General Release of genetically modified maize into the South African …

South African Politics

Europe Deals A Blow To CRISPR Technology, U.S. Approves 'Bleeding' Veggie Burger

Last week was a momentous one for the future of genetically engineered foods, both in the U.S. and in Europe. On July 24, the U.S. Food and Drug …

Agriculture

How do Americans view genetic engineering of humans, animals? Men and women disagree, Pew survey finds

Newborns die of genetic diseases every day. Should their genes be modified to save them? Mosquitos might kill half a million people next year. What …

Genetics

How Monsanto Can Be Defeated

<i>“The harder they come the harder they fall, one and all.”</i><i>--</i> <i>Jimmy Cliff, reggae classic</i><p>After enjoying a year of maximum profits, record stock prices, …

Agriculture

Engineered rice makes anti-HIV extract

Extracts from transgenic rice plants could help stop the spread of HIV, according to new research.<p>Researchers successfully developed a transgenic …

Health

After 13 Years, Scientists Finally Map the Massive Wheat Genome

In a field at the edge of the University of Minnesota’s St. Paul campus, half a dozen students and lab technicians glance up at the darkening …

Genetics

Roundup found in popular oatmeal, granola & kids' cereals

<b>Weed killer, it's what's for breakfast! Glyphosate found in 43 of 45 conventional oat products tested by EWG.</b><p>I don't think I need to detail the …

Sustainability

NTU team develops natural preservative from flavonoids that can keep food fresh a lot longer

SINGAPORE - Scientists have discovered a natural preservative that keeps food fresh for at least eight times longer than artificial preservatives, …

Nanyang Technological University

The Fruits and Vegetables of the Near Future Will Be Wild, Yo

Well…wild compared to how they currently are. Look, it’s fruits and vegetables, how exciting do you expect them to get?When recently ranking apples …

Genetics

Bareburger Misuses Organic Labeling, Says New York Times

Restaurants seeking to capitalize on the growing demand for organic food are misusing organic labeling, says an exposé in the New York …

Agriculture

Cabbage, Broccoli Could Help Prevent Colon Cancer: Study

The findings revealed that mice fed on a diet rich in indole-3-carbinol (I3C) -- which is produced when we digest these vegetables -- were protected …

India News

Bayer dumped Monsanto name, but not its troubles

For Bayer, the cost of buying Monsanto is proving higher than the $66 billion it paid for the U.S. agrochemical company.The German pharmaceutical …

Agriculture

Fight Misogynoir Via the 'Kekubian Assassin' Mobile Game

<i>This post contains spoilers for the second episode of “Random Acts of Flyness.”</i><p>The August 10 episode of Terence Nance’s irreverent late-night HBO …

Race & Ethnicity

Vermont's New GMO Law May Upend Food Industry Nationwide

For related articles and more information, please visit OCA's Genetic Engineering page, Millions Against Monsanto page and our Vermont News page.<p>The …

Agriculture

Monsanto's Roundup cancer verdict sends Bayer shares sliding

Bayer shares plunged as much as 14 percent on Monday, losing about $14 billion in value, after newly acquired Monsanto was ordered to pay $289 …

Glyphosate

Ironing-free future? Scientists cotton on to benefits of man-made fibres

The dream of a cotton shirt that does not need ironing could one day materialise into a reality, with CSIRO scientists on the case.<p>Researchers are examining what determines the length, strength and thickness of cotton fibres to see if a plant can be grown with the characteristics of a …

Organisms

Bayer gets a lesson in ‘buyer beware' after Monsanto cancer ruling

<i>Sylvain Charlebois is the dean of the faculty of management, and professor in food distribution and policy, Dalhousie University</i><p>In California, where lawsuits can be found more easily than drinking water, German giant Bayer was dealt a huge legal blow. Monsanto, now a subdivision of Bayer, was …

Business

The oil that makes you fat and forgetful

Diets rich in canola oil, one of the most widely consumed vegetable oils in the world due to its low cost and supposed heart health reputation, have …

Conservative View

Researchers use green gold to rapidly detect and identify harmful bacteria

Researchers from the University of Minnesota (UMN) have developed a method to screen and identify harmful or antibiotic-resistant bacteria within one …

Microbiology

italian scientists use bacteria to 'paint' the mona lisa

<b>a team of scientists in italy the have successfully ‘drawn’ portraits of the mona lisa, albert einstein, charles darwin and others, using bacteria.</b> …

Albert Einstein