US regulatory agencies have proposed guidelines and draft regulations that suggest they may subject gene-edited crops and livestock to the same prolonged review now imposed on transgenic plants and animals.
International Symposium on the Biosafety of Genetically Modified Organisms (ISBGMO) focusing on the need to effectively communicate the science, benefits and safety protocols associated with agricultural biotechnology.
Far from undermining the determination of other world leaders to cut carbon emissions, Trump's withdrawal from the Paris climate accord will have a galvanizing effect, prompting other countries to redouble their efforts.
The Cornell Alliance for Science is an initiative based at Cornell University, a non-profit institution. The Cornell Alliance for Science has no affiliation with any biotechnology industry organizations. In the interest of transparency, all of the funding organizations, along with the total amounts accepted, are listed below and is updated regularly: The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation $5.6 M / American Endowment Foundation $5,000 / Ian Gazard $5,000 / The Triad Foundation $2,500 / John Hilliard $2,000 / John Crary $1,000 / Surveillant LLC / John Friedrich Behringer $1,000/ Professor Larry P. Walker $1,000