Today and tomorrow, the FDA is meeting to decide whether to allow the first genetically engineered animal – a fast-growing salmon – into the U.S. food supply. And the science “proving” its safety ain’t so good.
|By: Jill Richardson Sunday September 19, 2010 9:14 pm|
|By: Jill Richardson Tuesday September 14, 2010 2:47 pm|
It may not be long before you start finding genetically engineered animals on your dinner plate. But let’s at least use solid science to prove their safety before allowing them into the food supply. And, alarmingly, that is NOT what the FDA is doing right now.
|By: Rep. Jim McGovern Wednesday September 8, 2010 1:12 pm|
Today, I’m proud to release a special web-only video and formally announce my candidacy for reelection to Congress in Massachusetts’ 3rd Congressional District because I’m anxious to keep fighting: to grow jobs, to help small businesses, to increase renewable energy, and to expand biotechnology.
|By: ralphbon Saturday May 22, 2010 2:14 pm|
Did you know that the “Affordable Care Act” provides for $1 billion in apparently strings-free grants to biopharma companies? Yeah, neither did I.
|By: Rady Wednesday May 5, 2010 3:21 pm|
Genetically modified biofuels are as bad as, or worse than, fossil fuels.