GMOs

Monsanto Announces Global Genome-Editing Licensing Agreement With Broad Institute For Newly-Characterized CRISPR System

Monsanto Company announced that it has reached a new global licensing agreement with the Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard for the use of the novel CRISPR-Cpf1 genome-editing technology in agriculture. The CRISPR-Cpf1 system represents an exciting advance...
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MONSANTO ANNOUNCES GLOBAL LICENSING AGREEMENT WITH BROAD INSTITUTE ON KEY GENOME-EDITING APPLICATION

Monsanto Company announced that it has reached a global licensing agreement for the use of the CRISPR-Cas genome-editing technology in agriculture with the Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard. The Broad Institute is a world leader in the development and...
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Dispelling Myths – GMOs and World Hunger

At Monsanto, we get a lot of questions about food and agriculture. We often hear and read that “GMOs are not made to solve world hunger, that’s a myth, world hunger continues to be a big problem” When we talk about “feeding the world”...
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A Physician’s Perspective On Glyphosate & Food Labels

by Daniel Goldstein, M.D. FAAP, FACMT, FRCP(C), DABCP Senior Science Fellow Lead, Medical Sciences and Outreach Monsanto Company (Originally published on Monsanto’s Beyond the Rows® Blog.) As a pediatrician, a father, and a Monsanto employee, nothing...
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2016 NATIONAL NUTRITION MONTH: MONSANTO, PRAND CONTINUE THE CONVERSATION

For the second year in a row, Monsanto Caribe participated in the Annual Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics Puerto Rico Affiliate (PRAND) Congress. This event took place on March 9-10 at the Sheraton Puerto Rico Hotel & Casino. Monsanto participated...
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Question of the Week – If we need GMOs to produce enough food, why do we waste $165 billion in uneaten food every year?

Each week, we will answer a question from our readers regarding our operations and community outreach here in Puerto Rico. This week we answer the question, “if we need GMOs to produce enough food, why do we waste $165 billion in uneaten food every...
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Question of the Week – Every day I read that your foods cause cancer. It is true?

Each week, we will answer a question from our readers regarding our operations and community outreach here in Puerto Rico. This week we answer the question, “every day I read that your foods cause cancer. It is true?” Put simply, our seeds...
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