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Viewpoint: There’s no such thing as a ‘GMO,’ and the history of potatoes illustrates why the term is ‘nonsensical’

On Sep 28, 2020
@JonEntine shared
Viewpoint: There's no such thing as a 'GMO,' and the history of potatoes illustrates why the term is 'nonsensical' Giovanni Molteni Tagliabue @EuropeScientist https://t.co/3a4hVi7SDj
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The expression “genetically modified organisms” (“GMOs”) is not only void of scientific value, but has negative effects on agricultural progress and food

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On Sep 28, 2020
@JonEntine shared
Viewpoint: There's no such thing as a 'GMO,' and the history of potatoes illustrates why the term is 'nonsensical' Giovanni Molteni Tagliabue @EuropeScientist https://t.co/3a4hVi7SDj
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Viewpoint: There’s no such thing as a ‘GMO,’ and the history of potatoes illustrates why the term is ‘nonsensical’

Viewpoint: There’s no such thing as a ‘GMO,’ and the history of potatoes illustrates why the term is ‘nonsensical’

The expression “genetically modified organisms” (“GMOs”) is not only void of scientific value, but has negative effects on agricultural progress and food


On Sep 22, 2020
@AgBioWorld shared
Anti-GMO arguments bewilder many scientists..they do not address scientific risk or compare costs & benefits, they deify a prosperous “pastoral” farming past that never existed. Subtlety & nuance are not the currency of ..advocacy lobbying." - Jon Entine https://t.co/8RCof9fgqI https://t.co/SfsO4D7I6C
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Viewpoint: Modern-day Luddites: How precautionary activism and reporting paint a misleading picture of biotechnology

Viewpoint: Modern-day Luddites: How precautionary activism and reporting paint a misleading picture of biotechnology

We live in a precautionary era in which technological breakthroughs poised to dominate the coming decades—from artificial intelligence and nanotechnology

On Sep 26, 2020
@gmopundit shared
RT @EuropaBio: "Before we reject & ban science – be it #GMO or #NBT, let’s have a serious discussion on how the progress in science can benefit us while addressing the challenges of #GlobalWarming & #Biodiversity" - former #EU Commissioner Andriukaitis. #25YearsAgBiotech https://t.co/God7LxAL0Y https://t.co/CESEk7V1pr
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Andriukaitis: 100-year old production models cannot achieve food sustainability

Andriukaitis: 100-year old production models cannot achieve food sustainability

According to the UN, the amount of food produced globally needs to double to feed a rising world population. Policymakers are poring over ways to ensure the sustainability of food systems ...

On Sep 22, 2020
@prometheusgreen shared
Biotech in Kenya: Food is the Future https://t.co/edUNSUYcaI
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Biotech in Kenya: Food is the Future

Biotech in Kenya: Food is the Future

Kenya is one of the most food insecure countries in the African region. Recent advances in biotech in Kenya may hold the solution.

On Sep 23, 2020
@AgBioWorld shared
Cool! GM Crops and Food is now Publons! So if you are reviewer of manuscripts for this journal, you will be recognized by Publons. Should you wish to review a manuscript for this journal, please DM me! Thanks @Ale_Raza6 Check it out https://t.co/Rvf9WfKK7k
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GM Crops & Food

GM Crops & Food

See reviews and reviewers from GM Crops & Food

On Sep 25, 2020
@CropLifeIntl shared
RT @prometheusgreen: Burkina Faso renews commitment to GM crops with Bt cowpea https://t.co/tl2Q70Xfic via @ScienceAlly
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Burkina Faso renews commitment to GM crops with Bt cowpea

Burkina Faso renews commitment to GM crops with Bt cowpea

Burkina Faso scientists and farmers say their country has not abandoned crop biotechnology, despite challenges that prompted it to shelve genetically modified (GM) cotton in 2016. ...

On Sep 22, 2020
@prometheusgreen shared
MEXICO: "AMLO declared during his campaign that his government would be against... GMO crops. So far, that is one of the few campaign promises he has kept — at the expense of farmers, producers and consumers." https://t.co/oOOLHfvOSg via @ScienceAlly
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Opinion: Mexican government undermining science and agriculture

Opinion: Mexican government undermining science and agriculture

Over the last two years, the Mexican government led by Andrés Manuel López Obrador (who goes by his initials, AMLO) has carried out a battle against scientific innovation in the country’s ...

On Sep 24, 2020
@CropLifeIntl shared
Scientist Alexandre Nepomuceno is the latest in our #biotech #foodheroes campaign thanks to his efforts in helping to bring sustainable biotech crops to the farmers of Brazil. @CropLife_La https://t.co/SyN0ygr0as https://t.co/VhYQWO5THY
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Alexandre Lima Nepomuceno

Alexandre Lima Nepomuceno

Because he has fought to ensure farmers have access to biotechnology and the seeds they need, Alexandre Nepomuceno is one of our #Biotech #FoodHeroes

On Sep 25, 2020
@CropLifeIntl shared
Delays in government approvals can sometimes keep innovative technologies in plant science from the communities that need them most. And farmers get caught in the middle, hoping to be able to have access to new technology. Read Sarah Lukie’s perspective. https://t.co/ECR6lRpn0Z https://t.co/CqvMEbCrBs
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The Impact of Trade Regulations on Farmers Globally

The Impact of Trade Regulations on Farmers Globally

CropLife International is an association, based in Brussels, Belgium, which promotes agricultural technologies such as pesticides and plant biotechnology.

On Sep 25, 2020
@prometheusgreen shared
GHANA: Cowpea losses are a result of pests and insect attacks - Former CSIR Research Fellow argues GM can help- https://t.co/MVMpGiTJal https://t.co/kEUuDEzgsH
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Cowpea losses are a result of pests and insect attacks – Former CSIR Research Fellow

Cowpea losses are a result of pests and insect attacks – Former CSIR Research Fellow

The Savannah Agriculture Research Institute (SARI) of the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) is set to introduce to the Ghanaian market, it's first genetically modified ...

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On Sep 22, 2020
@CropLifeIntl shared
#FoodHero @ushazehr of @MahycoGrow talks about her work in seed innovation and delivering crops to Indian farmers. #WomenInAg #Biotech #FoodHeroes #25YearsAgBiotech @CropLifeIntl @CropLifeIndia https://t.co/TFjkR71Div https://t.co/C5fwOYWcuH
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Usha Barwale Zehr

Usha Barwale Zehr

The latest in our biotech #FoodHeroes campaign is prominent Indian leader Usha Zehr, who advocates for solutions for pressing problems in agriculture and plant science.

On Sep 25, 2020
@InzeDirk shared
RT @PJorasch: Potential, Challenges, and Threats for the Application of New Breeding Techniques by the Private #PlantBreeding Sector in the #EU #innovation https://t.co/te8VI0wy0H
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Potential, Challenges, and Threats for the Application of New Breeding Techniques by the Private Plant Breeding Sector in the EU

Potential, Challenges, and Threats for the Application of New Breeding Techniques by the Private Plant Breeding Sector in the EU

Reconciling sustainability with agricultural productivity in the face of climate change relies strongly on the development of resilient, high-yielding crops of superior nutritional value ...

On Sep 28, 2020
@prometheusgreen shared
GMO and gene-edited biofortified crops weaken case for organic agriculture https://t.co/qT3zO5E8e9
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GMO and gene-edited biofortified crops weaken case for organic agriculture

GMO and gene-edited biofortified crops weaken case for organic agriculture

A new lineup of GMO and gene-edited crops with nutrient content organic growers simply can't replicate.

On Sep 24, 2020
@IAmBiotech shared
Did you know that family meals help reduce food waste? September is #familymealsmonth and biotech is here to help you whip up something good in your quarantine kitchen. https://t.co/gU9LntKwBl https://t.co/iIR5KQQrzv
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Biotech in Our Quarantine Kitchens

Biotech in Our Quarantine Kitchens

Visit the hashtag #quarantinekitchen on Instagram and you’ll find thousands upon thousands of mouthwatering photos of every food under the sun—folks have gotten really creative during this ...

On Sep 25, 2020
@SynBioBeta shared
[email protected] believe bio’s success in providing access to pure, consistent, stable, and scalable sources of cannabinoids to large companies could bring about a renewed wave of innovation and investment into bio-based tech https://t.co/nlzcrskAHT Learn more at #synbiobeta2020 https://t.co/t3mAvhDhPD
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On Sep 22, 2020
@prometheusgreen shared
FKENYA: armers’ joy as new [GMO] cotton seeds boost harvest https://t.co/6jtiVeG6ee #
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Farmers’ joy as new cotton seeds boost harvest

Farmers’ joy as new cotton seeds boost harvest

Department says the high breed seeds will see production increase from an average of 50 tonnes to 600.

On Sep 24, 2020
@AgBioWorld shared
Your truly, https://t.co/YEsURXhe4D https://t.co/ChiIgTbJHj
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Catching Up with Channapatna Prakash

Catching Up with Channapatna Prakash

This week we’re catching up with our 2015 Borlaug CAST Communication Award winner. Dr. Prakash’s research expertise is on genetic improvement research on food crops of importance to ...

On Sep 24, 2020
@CornellGlobal shared
RT @ScienceAlly: Thanks to $10 million in new funding from the @gatesfoundation, @ScienceAlly, which is housed in @CornellGlobal, will expand its mission of science communication and advocacy and broaden its commitment to diversity and inclusion. https://t.co/WFiCuD41j5
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Alliance for Science expands mission with $10 million reinvestment

Alliance for Science expands mission with $10 million reinvestment

The Cornell Alliance for Science is expanding its mission of science communication and advocacy and broadening its commitment to diversity and inclusion thanks to $10 million in new funding ...

On Sep 24, 2020
@CropLifeIntl shared
RT @prometheusgreen: How Science-Based Regulations Can Improve Trade via @CropLifeIntl https://t.co/BBBrbP0W0M
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How Science-Based Regulations Can Improve Trade

How Science-Based Regulations Can Improve Trade

Read on to see Paul Spencer’s viewpoint on the role governments can play in making trade more efficient.

On Sep 24, 2020
@gmopundit shared
RT @PatNanteza: Its a great priviledge & honour to be part of the future - training the next crop of @ScienceAlly agvocates. #geneediting #GMO for African farmers/consumers... Alliance for Science expands mission with $10M reinvestment | Cornell Chronicle https://t.co/cv4FXIIdyg via @AddThis
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Alliance for Science expands mission with $10M reinvestment

Alliance for Science expands mission with $10M reinvestment

The Cornell Alliance for Science is expanding its mission of science communication and advocacy and broadening its commitment to diversity and inclusion thanks to $10 million in new funding ...