The national debate about the use of GMOs in Mexico experienced a significant shift when the technology received strong academic support from one of the most important colleges in Latin America.
If Nigeria is unable to produce enough food to feed its over 180 million citizens, the impact may be devastating for other African countries, especially the smaller West African nations, whose residents could face starvation or be plunged into a food crisis.
Uganda's scientists are demoralized by President Museveni's decision to defer signing the nation's National Biosafety Act 2017 into law.
Farmers’ needs and at least four improved crops hang in the balance as Uganda’s Parliament reconvenes today to review President Museveni’s concerns about the nation’s biosafety bill.
Five years after he publicly apologized for his anti-GMO activism, Mark Lynas offers a proposal for a peaceful resolution to the contentious fight over genetic engineering. "So let’s stop fighting, and let’s start uniting."