Henry I. Miller

Biotechnology applied to agriculture and food production has had a tough row to hoe. While agbiotech products have been virtually banished in Europe, testing and commercialization have progressed in the United States—but only at a snail’s pace, because of excessive, discriminatory government regulation and fear-mongering by activists.

Another factor that has hindered agbiotech’s advance is large companies’ capitulation to intimidation by anti-technology activists. Two of North America’s largest p…

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