Growing Voices are a EuropaBio initiative aiming to highlight the broad based and growing constituency of interest in genetically modified (GM) crops in Europe.
Prof. McGloughin regrets that many promising technologies may never get out of the laboratories because of the current regulatory system.
MEP Julie Girling exposes the various nutritional potentials of GM technology for the developed world, and also for the developing countries.
Now that we have acquired much more knowledge about GMOs, Professor Sven Ove Hansson considers irrational to keep such a restricted regulation based on old uncertainties.
Europe continues battling over finding ways to work out how to ground policy in sound science.
Scientists should "re-wild" food crops by inserting lost genetic properties of ancient, edible plants in order to boost agricultural output for a growing population, a new study said.
More than twenty of Europe’s most prominent scientists issued a joint letter making the case for embracing crop biotechnology significantly damaging global food security.
In an overarching review of nearly three decades worth of livestock feed studies, researchers recently determined that regulated genetically engineered (GE) feed has no notable impact on the health or productivity of animals.
COCERAL, FEDIOL and FEFAC express serious disappointment about the European Commission’s lack of consideration for the consequences for the EU food and feed business operators of having further delayed the EU authorization of 8 GM products.