news articles

CBC News, Canada, 5 December 2018
GMO salmon undergoing another federal risk assessment

Pacific Standard Magazine, 4 December 2018
The USDA will Release a Final Rule on Labeling GMO Foods

Alliance for Science, Cornell, 3 December 2018
Young Ugandan farmers push for homegrown GMO crops

Harvard Political Review, 1 December 2018
Food Fight: The Debate over GMOs and Food Labeling

Washington Post, 30 November 2018
‘Gene drive’ research to fight diseases can proceed cautiously, U.N. group decides

Alliance for Science, Cornell, 30 November 2018
Study: GMO crops could help offset climate change impacts

Forbes, 28 November 2018
A Tale Of Two Apples: How 'GMO' Shapes The Fate Of Your Food

American Council on Science and Health, 27 November 2018
The Scientifically Ignorant Drive GMO Debate

Phys.Org, 26 November 2018
New biocontainment strategy controls spread of escaped GMOs

Forbes, 22 November 2018
The Beyond Burger Is Now Available At Tesco, The UK's Largest Supermarket

Independent, Ireland, 18 November 2018
Irish farmers miss out on gene editing potential

Forbes, 18 November 2018
The Non-GMO Project Is Adapting To A Gene-Edited World

Daily Mail, UK, 16 November 2018
Cream of the crop: Plants of the future will be able to survive extreme climate change thanks to Nasa's 'speed breeding' technique

Nature, 15 November 2018
Ban on 'gene drives' is back on the UN's agenda - worrying scientists

The Straits Times, 11 November 2018
On the cusp of another green revolution

The Straits Times, 11 November 2018
Climate change pushing the world into hunger?

Daily Mail, UK, 9 November 2018
Could genetically engineered bacteria create breathable air on Mars? Splitting chemicals found in Martian soil releases oxygen that could be used to make the red planet habitable

Nature, 7 November 2018
Focus on the benefits of building life's systems from scratch

Science Daily, 1 November 2018
Editing nature: A call for careful oversight of environmental gene editing

Science Magazine, 31 October 2018
Editing nature: Local roots of global governance

BioSpace, 31 October 2018
FDA Works to Improve Plant and Animal Biotechnology Guidelines

Alliance for Science, Cornell, 30 October 2018
Ugandan scientists poised to release vitamin-fortified GMO banana

Lab Biotech EU, 26 October 2018
BASF Will Use CRISPR to Gene-Edit Crops and Microbes

Nature, 25 October 2018
Strict EU ruling on gene-edited crops squeezes science

The Sydney Morning Herald, 23 October 2018
Genetically modified plants escape regulation under new proposals

MIT Technology Review, 23 October 2018
Two sick children and a $1.5 million bill: One family's race for a gene therapy cure

New Zealand Herald, 20 October 2018
GMO-free policy not in North's draft air, water, soil, coast plan

American Council for Science and Health, 19 October 2018
Smirnoff Concedes Its Non-GMO Label Is Just A New Marketing Gimmick

Science Daily, 17 October 2018
New approach for controlling dengue fever and Zika virus

The Guardian, 16 October 2018
Invasion of the 'frankenbees': the danger of building a better bee

The Guardian, Nigeria, 15 October 2018
Agency asks activists to stop campaigns against GMOs

CBC News, 13 October 2018
Investors rush to patent genetically modified cannabis molecules

Euro News, 12 October 2018
Malaria-carrying mosquitoes could be killed off by gene editing

Telegraph UK, 11 October 2018
First mammal with two mothers is born as gene-editing breakthrough creates mouse with no father

New Zealand Herald, 4 October 2018
Federated Farmers: How long do we risk ignoring gene technology?

Stuff.co.nz, 3 October 2018
Company develops medical research on Auckland Island pigs

Nature, 2 October 2018
Super-tomato shows what plant scientists can do

CNN News, 1 October 2018
Groundcherries, the latest modified fruit scientists want you to try

The Star Tribune, 28 September 2018
Roseville gene-editing firm Calyxt announces deal with soybean processor

American Council on Science and Health, 25 September 2018
EU's War On Biotechnology: Science Strikes Back

Channel News Asia, 24 September 2018
Malaria mosquitoes wiped out in lab trials of gene drive technique

The Hill, 24 September 2018
The pitfalls of FDA's GMO food labeling

The Local, Switzerland, 23 September 2018
Swiss reject agriculture schemes in national vote

Science Business, 20 September 2018
Scientists urge new EU rules on gene editing crops

New Scientist, 18 September 2018
Revealed: What the UK public really thinks about the future of science

Washington University in St. Louis, 17 September 2018
Research confronts 'yucky' attitudes about genetically engineered foods

ABC News, 15 September 2018
Former activist and scholars drive re-think on genetically modified crops

Yahoo News, 14 September 2018
Scientists will release genetically-engineered mosquitoes in Africa to fight malaria

Bloomberg, 12 September 2018
The Biohacker Who Experimented on Himself Is Making DIY Mutant Frogs

Seafood Source, 12 September 2018
Canadian buyers "enthusiastic" about GMO salmon

Forbes, 9 September 2018
Are Consumers Ready For Genetically Engineered Animals? Depends How You Ask

Phys.Org, 6 September 2018
Cassava with improved starch

The Scientific American, 5 September 2018
GMOs Are Not Agriculture's Future--Biotech Is

Chemistry World, 4 September 2018
Crispr-edited crop research could be crippled by European court ruling

Agri-pulse, 4 September 2018
Court pushes Europe toward the strict side of gene editing arena

AgriLand, 29 August 2018
Gene-editing raising funding in the US

Science Magazine, 29 August 2018
To save iconic American chestnut, researchers plan introduction of genetically engineered tree into the wild

American Chemical Society, Chemical and Engineering News, 27 August 2018
Building bioethics into the future of life sciences innovation

Business Mirror, 26 August 2018
G.M.O. eggplant crop expands in Bangladesh

The Wire, 25 August 2018
Time for India to Set up a Framework to Use Gene-Editing Tech in Its Farms

The Scientist, 22 August 2018
Japanese Authorities Recommend Not Regulating Gene Editing

The Conversation, 20 August 2018
Genetically modified mosquitoes may be best weapon for curbing disease transmission

BBC News, UK, 16 August 2018
Wheat gene map to help 'feed the world'

Forbes, 14 August 2018
Ag Startup FBN Was Stymied Selling Others' Seeds Online, So It Launched Its Own

The Telegraph, UK, 11 August 2018
Mutant mosquitoes: Can gene editing kill off malaria?

The High Plains Journal, 10 August 2018
J.R. Simplot Company secures agricultural research and commercial license from Corteva Agriscience and Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard

The Producer, 9 August 2018
Plant breeders abandon EU

The Independent, UK, 8 August 2018
Trump administration lifts ban on bee-killing chemicals and GMO crops in wildlife refuges

Cornell Chronicle, 8 August 2018
GMO eggplant crop expands in Bangladesh

Phys.Org, 7 August 2018
Gene editing technique allows silkworms to produce spider silk

Bloomberg, 4 August 2018
Godfather of GMOs Wants Consumers to Be Less Afraid of His Food

Reuters, 4 August 2018
Trump administration lifts GMO crop ban for U.S. wildlife refuges

Science Daily, 3 August 2018
Groundbreaking poplar study shows trees can be genetically engineered not to spread

CBS News, 2 August 2018
Nestle misled consumers about GMOs in its food products. lawsuit alleges

Forbes, 27 July 2018
Europe's Strict Food Rules Could Derail Trump's Trade Deal

Phys.Org, 27 July 2018
Gene edited crops are GMOs-initial thoughts on the recent court ruling

MIT Technology Review, 25 July 2018
In blow to new tech, European court decides CRISPR plants are GMOs

Science Magazine, 25 July 2018
European court ruling raises hurdles for CRISPR crops

Phys.Org, 22 July 2018
Carnegie Mellon professor works on National Academies committee to identify key science breakthroughs for agriculture

Mirror UK, 20 July 2018
EU set to decide on the future of genetically modified crops

MIT Technology Review, 19 July 2018
Don't hold your breath for allergy-free cats

The Guardian, 19 July 2018
Weird new fruits could hit aisles soon thanks to gene-editing

Center for Science in the Public Interest, 12 July 2018
Gene-Edited Plants and Animals: Can They Bridge the Divide in the GMO Debate?

Bloomberg, 11 July 2018
Trump's USDA Is Killing Rules That Organic Food Makers Want

Science Magazine, 10 July 2018
'Gene drive' passes first test in mammals, speeding up inheritance in mice

Business Daily Africa, 10 July 2018
Indian company gets the nod to import GMO cotton seeds

Nature, 6 July 2018
Controversial CRISPR 'gene drives' tested in mammals for the first time

CNN News, 5 July 2018
New Zealand PM has beef with the Impossible Burger

Reuters, 4 July 2018
Nestle, Hershey at odds with farmers over U.S. GMO labeling

New York Times, 3 July 2018
The Terms on a Food Label to Ignore, and the Ones to Watch For

European Biotechnology, 28 June 2018
GMO acreage growing globally

Reuters, 28 June 2018
China GMO crop panel meeting raises approval hopes: sources

Bloomberg, 27 June 2018
The DNA Cops Who Make Sure the World's Deadliest Viruses Aren't Rebuilt

CBC News, Canada, 27 June 2018
South Korea resumes wheat imports after concerns about GMO plants in Alberta, industry group says

ABC News Australia, 23 June 2018
Gene drives: Feral science or feral solution?

Nature, 21 June 2018
Genetically modified bacteria enlisted in fight against disease

BBC News, 20 June 2018
Gene-edited farm animals are on their way

Reuters, 18 June 2018
South Korea halts sale of Canadian wheat, flour after Alberta GMO discovery announced

Science Daily, 16 June 2018
Genetic engineering researcher: Politicians are deaf to people's ethical concerns

CBC News, 15 June 2018
Japan blocks Canadian wheat after unapproved GMO plants found in Alberta

Fast Company, 13 June 2018
This startup wants to save the banana by editing its genes

Reuters, 12 June 2018
India farmers sow unapproved Monsanto cotton seeds, risking arrest

Alliance for Science, Cornell, 7 June 2018
European studies disprove Seralini's GMO maize tumor claims

Telegraph UK, 6 June 2018
Africa must not wait for advances in malaria innovation - we must pioneer them

Wired, 6 June 2018
CRISPR Fans Fight for Egalitarian Access to Gene Editing

Science Magazine, 6 June 2018
Singapore could become the second country to legalize mitochondrial replacement therapy

Telegraph UK, 25 May 2018
British government sparks new green revolution with £100m investment in 'super-crops'

Popular Science, 24 May 2018
What to expect from the new GMO labels we're getting in 2020

US News, Money, 23 May 2018
Exclusive: U.S. Wants China to Approve More Biotech Crops Under Trade Deal - Sources

New Scientist, 23 May 2018
Pink pineapples and healthy fries: The new GM foods made for you

Phys.Org, 18 May 2018
Where GM meets GE

The Straits Times, 17 May 2018
Fears of abuse mount as more biohackers do gene editing

The Straits Times, 15 May 2018
Debate over GMO food labelling in the US, due to be compulsory by 2020

American Chemical Society, 15 May 2018
Seed partners unveil photosynthesis trait

The New York Times, 12 May 2018
G.M.O. Foods Will Soon Require Labels. What Will the Labels Say?

Euractiv, 9 May 2018
New plant breeding techniques concern law interpretation, Commission says

Cornell Alliance for Science, 8 May 2018
USDA labeling proposal diffuses GMO stigma

The Miami Herald, 8 May 2018
This firm would like to release GMO mosquitoes in the Keys. The EPA wants your thoughts.

The Wall Street Journal, 6 May 2018
Scientists in China Race to Edit Crop Genes, Sowing Unease in U.S.

The Washington Post, 4 May 2018
Mandatory GMO labels are coming to your food

Nature, 3 May 2018
A CRISPR definition of genetic modification

Alliance for Science, Cornell, 30 April 2018
Brazilian debate highlights need for smart GMO labeling regime

Ghana Business News, 30 April 2018
GM crops capable of controlling Fall Armyworms - National Biosafety Authority

Nature, 25 April 2018
Singapore bets big on synthetic biology

Independent UK, 24 April 2018
First genetically engineered coral created to help save reefs from climate change

Science Magazine, 23 April 2018
Can a genetic weapon combat one of the world's major crop destroyers?

Channel News Asia, 19 April 2018
Bioethics committee reviewing stand on genetic modification for mitochondrial disorders

Science Magazine, 19 April 2018
U.S. agencies clash over who should regulate genetically engineered livestock

MIT News, 18 April 2018
Startup aims to democratize synthetic biology

The Star Kenya, 17 April 2018
The choice: GMOs or losing half our maize

Telegraph UK, 15 April 2018
Are we on the brink of a malaria breakthrough?

Business Insider, 12 April 2018
A controversial technology could save us from starvation - if we let it

Business Insider, 12 April 2018
Bill Gates says it would be a 'tragedy' to pass up a controversial, revolutionary gene-editing technology

Phys.Org, 9 April 2018
Gene editing regulations threaten sustainability of global food animal supply

The Guardian, 8 April 2018
US gene-editing ruling delights plant scientists

San Francisco Chronicle, 6 April 2018
Make a sustainable choice: Buy GMO food

Science Daily, 5 April 2018
A vaccine for edible plants? A new plant protection method on the horizon

American Council on Science and Health, 3 April 2018
CRISPR-Created Foods Are Different Than GMOs. It's Wrong For Anti-GMO Activists To Pretend They're Not.

Wired, 30 March 2018
Crispr'd Food, Coming Soon to a Supermarket Near You

Telegraph UK, 29 March 2018
GM crops that produce industrial products could be grown in Britain for first time

United States Department of Agriculture, 28 March 2018
Secretary Perdue Issues USDA Statement on Plant Breeding Innovation

Business Insider, Singapore, 27 March 2018
A new Monsanto-backed company is on the verge of producing the first fruit made with a blockbuster gene-editing tool that could revolutionize agriculture

The Weekly Times, Australia, 23 March 2018
Labelling and safety concerns surround GM crops

Science Daily, 21 March 2018
Brewing hoppy beer without the hops

Nature, 21 March 2018
A global observatory for gene editing

Minnesota Daily, 20 March 2018
Researchers turning to GMOs to solve food insecurity

American Council on Science and Health, 17 March 2018
Another Win For Golden Rice: Canadian Government Approves

The Guardian, 17 March 2018
Scientists on brink of overcoming livestock diseases through gene editing

Reuters, 17 March 2018
CORRECTED-UPDATE 1-Monsanto unfazed by legal wrangles, keeps Brazil dicamba-tolerant seed launch

Phys.Org, 15 March 2018M
CRISPR genetic editing takes another big step forward, targeting RNA

Plos Research News, 12 March 2018
Cutting Down Malaria with CRISPR: Mosquito gene editing as a new form of transmission prevention

Science Daily, 8 March 2018
Gene knockout using new CRISPR tool makes mosquitoes highly resistant to malaria parasite

Reuters, 7 March 2018
Argentina approves GMO varieties for corn and soybeans

Phys.Org, 6 March 2018
Scientists engineer crops to conserve water, resist drought

Science Daily, 5 March 2018
Drug-producing bacteria possible with synthetic biology breakthrough

Nature, 28 February 2018
Powerful enzyme could make CRISPR gene-editing more versatile

Phys.Org, 28 February 2018
Newly discovered CRISPR mechanism may prevent dangerous errors

Business Insider, 27 February 2018
Bill Gates calls GMOs 'perfectly healthy' - and scientists say he's right

Gizmodo, 27 February 2018
Iowa Researchers Accuse Russia of Injecting Anti-GMO Propaganda Into U.S. Media

Phys.Org, 26 February 2018
The secret to tripling the number of grains in sorghum and perhaps other staple crops

Forbes, 26 February 2018
The Environmentalist Case In Favor Of GMO Food

Phys.Org, 6 February 2018
Active genetics technology opens new horizons

Phys.Org, 1 February 2018
Genetically modified produce-misunderstood wonders

Channel News Asia, 23 January 2018
US gives safety approval to Chinese genetically modified rice strain

ABC News, 19 January 2018
Genetic modification laws set for shake-up, with health and agriculture research industries to benefit

Nature, 19 January 2018
Europe court suggests relaxed gene-editing rules

International Business Times, 18 January 2018
Genetically edited self-destructing GMO crops could stop untweaked organisms from taking over

Reuters, 17 January 2018
French seed group says GMO protests could force R&D relocation

Reuters, 12 January 2018
Monsanto looking to sell dicamba-resistant GM soy seed in Brazil

The New Times, 12 January 2018
Rwanda takes early steps towards legalising GMOs

Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology News, 11 January 2018
Engineered Gut Bacteria Provide Enzyme That Helps Green Vegetables Fight Cancer

MIT Technology Review, 10 January 2018
Meet the Woman Using CRISPR to Breed All-Male "Terminator Cattle"

Daily Mail, 4 January 2018
Gove says 'Frankencows' made using genetic modification could be allowed after Brexit to help farmers produce 'more valuable' animals

Agriculture, 3 January 2018
Gene Editing Aims to End Pig Castration

Berkeley News, 2 January 2018
CRISPR put to work to save chocolate from devastation