Growing Voices are a EuropaBio initiative aiming to highlight the broad based and growing constituency of interest in genetically modified (GM) crops in Europe.
UC Davies video on Science Communication - parody of Ylvis - The Fox (What Does the Fox Say?) - includes clips from various television shows illustrating the disconnect that often occurs between what is portrayed in the media and the facts as they are widely accepted in the scientific community.
Jie Lu foresees a bright future for green biotechnology in China, especially in terms of food security.
Treating "GMOs" as a bundled concept makes it difficult to evaluate them on a case by case basis.
Marieke Louwers works on a project aiming at increasing yield in rice. She wishes more people would learn about plant biotechnology.
Green biotech partially feeds the poorest layer of the population in Brazil, where most of the GM crops are exported to Asia. Fernando Caixeta encourages Brazil to grow more for the benefits of society.
Iquo Offiong believes that green biotech has a role to play in terms of food security for Africa, in particular in her country Nigeria. However, more needs to be done in communicating with the public and create awareness on the technology and what it can do.
Myles and James sat down in the same room recently and watched an awful anti-gmo film.
Curious about how a GMO is made? How scientists create GMOs is one of the top questions we get about GMOs. This video shows how they are made, through the story of the Hawaiian Rainbow Papaya.
In her daily work, Sara Mazzotta seeks to make crops more resistant to diseases. She wishes for a better dialogue between the critics and the supporters.
Matt Edmundson explains how the circular economy could work through the example of an engineered bacteria that turns wastes into useful materials.
GM organisms have become the world’s most controversial food. But the science is more clear-cut.
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In vandalizing the location, the reapers are causing prejudice to all farmers.
DR Alfred Anderson at Kuwait University’s College of Life Sciences gives an insight into the world of Food Science and how the discipline can be harnessed for the benefit of societ
A good example of how social media can be a misleading source of "information" about food and agriculture.