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ARIZONA, June 22, 2013 - Researchers at the University of Arizona say a new global assessment they released this month helps scientists explain why genetically modified crops have suppressed some pests for more than a decade
WASHINGTON, June 20, 2013- The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) reported that an unknown person or group of people destroyed two plots of land owned by Syngenta and used to grow genetically engineered
"They aren't Drones" is the first statement from Michael Toscano, President and CEO of the Association of Unmanned Vehicle Systems International (AUVSI), when asked about one of the newest and perhaps most controversial new tools for farmers and ranchers. He says the mission of these vehicles, aerial or terrestrial, is peaceful and offers a great advancement in scouting, service, and efficiency. Toscano explores the issues farmers will face in operating the first generation of small aircraft that are designed to gather data and transmit it back to a ground base in an era where "Big Data" has become a huge concern. In this forward-looking discussions, he also looks at "blue sky" ideas that may result in an entirely new platform for business activity.