This paper surveys the current status of GM crops and where the technology is heading. It then analyzes how the currently dominant crops and traits have not delivered as hoped for developing country farmers and consumers, while technologies under development could be more beneficial.

On Friday, the country’s biotechnology regulator deferred a decision on allowing commercial cultivation of Mustard DMH-11, a transgenic crop developed by Centre for Genetic Manipulation of Crop Pla

Indian scientists must develop domestic genetically modified crops rather than rely on unsuitable foreign technology.

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Kenya is in the last stage of adopting genetically modified organisms if an application to secure a licence to supply cotton seeds is approved.

This paper develops a three-sector theoretical growth model to capture the role of consumers’ acceptance towards the second generation of genetically modified (GM) crops in the long run growth process of the economy.

Twenty years ago, the first genetically modified (GM) crops were planted in the USA, alongside dazzling promises about this new technology. Two decades on, the promises are getting bigger and bigger, but GM crops are not delivering any of them.

The European Association for Bio-Industries (EuropaBio) says the decision by 16 EU nations to opt out of GMO crop cultivation has taken away the right of farmers to choose

How have biotechnology companies reacted to this decision of 16 EU countries and four other regions?

After more than a year, the Prakash Javadekar led Environment Ministry today finally called a meeting of the Genetic Engineering Appraisal Committee (GEAC) to decide on field trials for a number of

The next incarnation of powdered food replacement Soylent may come in the form of a single algae superorganism that provides all the nutrients a body needs, according to Soylent creator Rob Rhineha

Rapid alteration of gene pools could fight disease – and harm ecosystems.

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