The mantra from the anti-GMO activists for a long, long time has been that there is no scientific studies on biotechnology. If there are no studies then they cannot possibly be safe. But that old argument doesn’t really hold any water and, more than ever, it’s easier to show people that this is not true. Read more about Myth: Biotech Companies Block Independent Research[…]
Abstract Background Despite the rapid adoption of genetically modified (GM) crops by farmers in many countries, controversies about this technology continue. Uncertainty about GM crop impacts is one reason for widespread public suspicion. Objective We carry out a meta-analysis of the agronomic and economic impacts of GM crops to consolidate the evidence. Data Sources Original Read more about PLOS ONE: A Meta-Analysis of the Impacts of Genetically Modified Crops[…]
ENSSER via GMO science denialists? ENSSER challenges WHO, National Academy of Sciences on GM safety | Genetic Literacy Project.
Most fruits and vegetables produce small amounts of natural toxins which are of no concern when the food is consumed as part of a varied diet and eaten in moderation. Natural Toxins in Fruits and Vegetables | Food Safety Network.
This is an antiGMO “meme” from a website called Vegan Street: Is it shocking and scary? Let’s look at the claims: “Genetically Modified Organisms are not independently tested” This is completely false. There is a tremendous amount of study on GMOs including many that are independent. Egregious testing on something the scientific consensus has found Read more about Worried About GMOs?[…]
Applying the ‘Bradford Hill’ criteria to assess GMO safety | Genetic Literacy Project.
How useful are animal feeding studies in plant research? · Sense about Science.
Massive Review Reveals Consensus on GMO Safety – Blog.
Let’s March for Something March Worthy | Real Agriculture.com.
GMO Health Risks: What The Scientific Evidence Says.