AGBIOS is dedicated to providing public policy, regulatory, and risk assessment expertise for products of biotechnology.
AGBIOS has worked with government departments and agencies on issues of policy and regulation pertaining to genetically modified and other novel foods, crops, and forest tree species.  The Company also provides experience and expertise to commercial enterprises seeking regulatory approval of biotechnology products, and to other public and private sector groups seeking clarification of issues associated with the development and utilization of biotechnology processes and products.
Our website offers access to a database of safety information on all genetically modified plant products that have received regulatory approval, information on the implementation of biosafety systems, including case studies for food and environmental safety assessments, and a searchable library of biosafety-related citations in key topic areas.
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Market Acceptance of GM Canola Max Foster and Simon French Download[PDF Size: 468864 bytes]
Ten Years of Genetically Modified Crops in Argentine Agriculture Eduardo J. Trigo and Eugenio J. Cap Download[PDF Size: 991560 bytes]
Ecological Impacts of Genetically Modified Crops: Experiences from ten years of experimental field research and commercial cultivation Olivier Sanvido, Michèle Stark, Jörg Romeis and Franz Bigler Download[PDF Size: 1142632 bytes]
Biopromise? Biotechnology, Sustainable Development and Canada's Future Economy Technical Report to the Canadian Biotechnology Advisory Committee Download[PDF Size: 1052320 bytes]
Latest Crop Biotech News
House Ag Committee Kills Proposed Bill to Ban Genetically Engineered Taro
The proposed taro GMO Moratorium Bill SB958, which would have banned genetic engineering research of taro for 10 years, has been killed for the 2007 legislative session.
Biofuels launch biotech’s ‘third wave’
Biotechnology was first applied in medicine, then farming. Today, dozens of lifesaving drugs are on the market, while many crops are genetically engineered to withstand weed killers.
Industry opposes plan to grow genetically modified rice in Kansas
The U.S. rice industry wants the federal government to reject a plan to grow genetically modified rice in Kansas, saying the country's growers would suffer "financial devastation" if modified crops contaminate the commercial supply.
Purple carnation to be made available to gardeners
A purple carnation has become the first genetically modified plant which can be grown by home gardeners.
India outpaces Pakistan in boosting cotton yield
LAHORE -- India, using hi-tech cotton research, has increased its cotton production by more than 200 kg per hectare since 1991 while Pakistan during this period could be able to raise cotton production by 54 kg per hectare.
South African government rejects modified maize
The government has rejected a seed company's application to grow genetically modified (GM) maize in South Africa for the biofuel industry. The GM maize, called "maize event 3 272", is the first GM industrial crop in the world for which approval has been sought for cultivation.environments.
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