BioTech Nation Interview of Jim Greenwood

Dr. Moira Gunn and David Ewing Duncan report from the BIO International Convention.

Biotechnology Industry Approves Product Launch Stewardship Policy


BIO and IICA Enter into Memorandum of Understanding to Promote Agricultural Biotechnology in the Americas

As part of the Memorandum of Understanding, both organizations will promote agricultural biotechnology initiatives that benefit the Americas around the Cartagena Protocol on Biosafety, the Convention on Biological Diversity, the Codex Alimentarius Commission, the International Plant Protection Convention, and World Trade Organization (WTO) agreements.

Nutrition Experts Support Food Biotechnology

The American Dietetic Association (ADA) is the nation's largest organization of food and nutrition professionals. Recently the ADA released a position paper, saying that agriculture biotechnology can enhance the quality and increase the efficiency of food production.

BIO testimony opposing CA Assembly Bill 984 regarding manufacturer liability for agricultural biotechnology products.

On behalf of the members of the Biotechnology Industry Organization (BIO)—which works closely in California with its affiliates BayBio, BIOCOM, and CHI, please accept this testimony in opposition to Assembly Bill 984. The bill provides “that the manufacturer of a genetically engineered plant…is liable to any producer, grain, and seed cleaner, handler, or processor injured by the release of that plant into California.” These agricultural products on the market have proven to be effective for farmers, highly regulated and as safe as conventional and organic products, and pose no unique threat. As you deliberate this proposed legislation, we hope you will consider these facts.

BIO Expands Industry Stewardship Program


Biotechnology Industry Reaffirms Commitment to Safety; Supports New Steps to Increase Public Understanding of Industry Products and Practices


BIO Responds to Nature Report on Bt Threat to Monarch Butterflies


BIO '99 In Seattle Showcases Agriculture's Harvest Of Hope


Study Finds Ag Biotechnology Increases Crop Yields, Reduces Inputs