Sen. Lisa Murkowski will block Dr. Robert Califf’s candidacy as the new commissioner of the FDA because he fails to see dangers of approved GM salmon.
Instead of locking up drug addicts, Gloucester, MA police department is helping addicts with rehabilitation while calling out Big Pharma.
A top federal bee scientist is being punished by the USDA for publicizing ‘honest work’ on pesticides and pollinators, though a judge ruled in his favor.
Are the new dietary guidelines based on science, or are they based more on politics and the almighty dollar?
USDA Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack has announced a closed-door, invitation-only meeting to continue the bidding of the biotech industry.
The city of Berkeley, California has decided to hold Monsanto legally liable for polluting the land and water with PCBs (polychlorinated biphenyls).
Millions of People use Lumosity to strengthen their brains, but the FTC alleges that none of its maker’s claims can be backed by science.
There are more than 22,000 nurses, part of Nurses against Mandatory Vaccines (NAMV), who are refusing mandatory vaccines.
After some back-and-forth concerning GMO farming, a ruling was made that is a win for farmers growing non-GM crops in Jackson County, Oregon.
Dow Chemical and DuPont are to merge under a $130 billion deal, only to split into 3 independently-traded companies.
Biotech giant Monsanto has revealed that it will be cutting a total of 3,600 jobs due to restructuring and falling sales of its herbicide chemicals.
In December, 2015, the Swiss Federal Council decided to extend the country’s moratorium on the cultivation of GM seed until at least 2021.
GW Pharmaceuticals is expected to be given a green light for a cannabidiol drug (marijuana-based medicine) which shows promise in treating epilepsy.
Drug giant Reckitt Benckiser has been ordered by the Australian Federal Court to pull its so-called “targeted” ibuprofen products off the shelves.
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.