* More than a hundred Nobel laureates recently signed a statement calling for the acceptance of genetic engineering. With publication in June the letter got widely reported in the international press. Vincent Harmsen discovered that the initiators are employed by the biotech industry
Trees created with new methods of genetic engineering to be released for the first time in Sweden
By: Nathaniel Comfort
Fish And Wildlife Service Agrees to Phase-Out Genetically Engineered Crops and Ban Bee-Killing Pesticides on National Refuges
A National Victory Nearly Ten Years in the Making!
February 25, 2013, Ottawa. Today, the Canadian Biotechnology Action Network responded to the newly released annual ISAAA (International Service for the Acquisition of Agri-Biotech Applications) report on the global adoption of genetically modified (GM also called genetically engineered) crops, arguing that, once again, ISAAA has presented numbers in a confusing way to bolster a misleading narrative that supports GM technology.