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June 25, 2020


European Food Safety Authority report - Climate change as a driver of emerging risks for food and feed safety, plant, animal health and nutritional quality


May 27, 2020


Re-engineering America’s fresh produce supply chain post Covid-19 for greater resilience, inclusiveness and sustainability (Vertical Farming)


April 16, 2020


Covid-19 crisis – A message from Andrew Newby, Chairman of the BSPB, British Society of Plant Breeders


March 19, 2020


Don’t fear eating your fruits and veggies as virus concerns grip the nation


November 6, 2019


Why have so many new diseases developed in the bagged salads sector?


July 26, 2019


Genome editing: Europe can embrace innovation while assuring safety (Politico)


July 23, 2019


Europeans trust scientists over authorities, says food safety study


June 19, 2019


"Lettuce" tell you about a career in food safety (Bayer Crop Science)


June 10, 2019


Poll: Europeans care more about food origins than safety (Euractiv)


May 28, 2019


Time for multiple sectors to fight aflatoxin in Africa (SciDev.Net)


February 14, 2019


Opportunities outweigh challenges: Crop gene editing and the food system - Interest, innovation and investment in gene-editing tools within agriculture continues to grow


December 11, 2018


EU Parliament vote highlights need to build trust in risk assessment


December 6, 2018


A mission to end all foodborne illness outbreaks (Growing Produce)


June 28, 2018


Mandatory labels reduce GMO food fears - Consumer attitudes toward genetically modified food improved by 19% after mandatory labeling in Vermont, compared to the rest of the U.S. 


May 17, 2018


Food security and health: revenge of the nasty fungi - Knowledge of fungal disease in agriculture emphasises a "global collapse" in the ability of chemicals to control pathogenic fungi that threaten human health as well as food security


February 27, 2018


Impact of genetically engineered maize on agronomic, environmental and toxicological traits: a meta-analysis of 21 years of field data (Nature)


February 23, 2018


Does GMO corn increase crop yields? 21 years of data confirm it does—and provides substantial health benefits (Genetic Literacy Project)


October 19, 2017


An overview of agriculture, nutrition and fortification, supplementation and biofortification: Golden Rice as an example for enhancing micronutrient intake (Agriculture & Food Security)


August 30, 2017


Americans OK with GMs for health care, but still wary about food


May 10, 2017


Developing smart food for a new generation: safe and secure, competitive and sustainable - Advanced science at Rothamsted Research can meet the global challenges of farming for the future


May 5, 2017


USA - The government is going to counter ‘misinformation’ about GMO foods (The Washington Post)


April 18, 2017


Los cultivos transgénicos son una excelente alternativa para lograr la seguridad alimentaria


September 20, 2016


CRISPR could usher in a new era of delicious GMO foods - Can the gene editing technique redeem the reputation of engineered crops? (The Atlantic)


July 26, 2016


Sacramento region should lead the world in ag-tech innovation (The Sacramento Bee)


June 22, 2016


Las aplicaciones de la biotecnología centran los debates del Congreso sobre Alimentación y Futuro (Interempresas)


June 15, 2016


Embracing new technology is about attitudes, not science


Delicious mutant foods: Mutagenesis and the genetic modification controversy (Genetic Literacy Project)


May 25, 2016


The GMO debate is over — again (Cornell Alliance for Science)


May 24, 2016


Scientific consensus: GMOs are as safe as conventional crops, and provide multiple benefits


May 18, 2016


Once again, U.S. expert panel says genetically engineered crops are safe to eat (Science)


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