In defending his retraction of the Seralini paper, the journal's editor makes a series of highly damaging admissions.
Brazil's Judicial Commission is set to approve suicide seeds as a Christmas gift to Monsanto, DuPont, and Syngenta.
Michael Hansen, a senior scientist at Consumer’s Union, discusses the Seralini retraction.
Brazilian farmers are suing Monsanto for allegedly collecting royalties illegally and for forcing farmers to sign "abusive" purchase contracts.
The farmers work the land and the corporations work the farmers, but some US farmers are getting out from under.
Brazil: MP Décio Lima violates agreement with civil society and intends to put Terminator seeds on the agenda for voting
A series of Hawaii islands are taking measures to protect their citizens from the use of the islands as a GMO testing ground.
The number of scientists saying that there is no consensus on GM food safety just keeps growing.
UK company Oxitec has withdrawn its plans to release GM olive and fruit flies in Spain following human and environmental health questions from government regulators.
It is completely unheard of to retract an accepted, peer reviewed, published paper just because some of its results are not conclusive, writes a retired professor of plant agriculture.