Origin Agritech was planning on launching China’s first seed company on its home turf, but will test its seed technology in the US instead.
The $1.1 trillion spending bill blocks the Justice Department and Drug Enforcement Agency from targeting state medical marijuana laws or hemp projects.
Chinese biotech company Boyalife Group rejects human cloning for now, but will start cloning 100,000 beef cattle embryos when its facility opens.
The Yurok Tribe, the largest Native American tribe in California, has just announced that it is implementing a ban on all GM crops and GM animals.
A state of emergency has been declared in Flint, Michigan, where hundreds of children have tested positive for dangerously high levels of lead.
Canadian and alternative health doctor, Linnea Veinotte, was found dead just a few days before Christmas.
Despite resistance from the people, leaders say the issue of GMO labeling will be ‘top priority’ when they get back to work in January.
United States Secretary of Agriculture, Tom Vilsack, recently met with high-ups at Monsanto and other companies to discuss agricultural ‘advances’ for 2016.
The Food and Drug Administration may be forced to finalize guidelines for the labeling of the recently-approved genetically modified (GM) salmon.
Dow will be forced to make an appearance in court in Bhopal for the 1984 Bhopal Gas Disaster, a large chemical explosion.
Breast cancer patient Zahara Heckscher was arrested for ‘disrupting’ negotiations for the Trans-Pacific Partnership, a deal that would hurt many cancer patients.
A Manhattan judge has overturned a policy that would bar preschoolers who haven’t received the flu vaccine from entering city preschools and day cares.
HR Bill 1599, also known as the DARK ACT (Monsanto’s favorite bill that would ruin GMO labeling initiatives) has been stopped cold in Congress.
The University of Vermont is offering a course on medical marijuana, but due to a lack of scientific testing, professors say they are struggling to teach on the subject.
Coca-Cola has been caught donating to ‘charities’ that published propaganda telling people that sugary drinks are not to blame for obesity and other diseases.
It seems that U.S. sales of medically-important antibiotics approved for use in livestock is on the rise, but so is the growth of unstoppable super-bacteria.
A whistleblowing nurse who used to work at a Kaiser hospital says that she was fired for looking after patients’ health.