Syngenta: Getting Past Partisan Wars about GM-Plants

February 2010 / update February 2013. Genetically-modified (GM) products for agriculture or in food industries (e.g. breweries) have been highly controversial even in those countries where they are widely used. Today, science has been politicised. For outsiders it often is not discernible, if a stakeholder (including academia) argues from a scientific position or a political one dressed up as “scientific”. Time for a sober conversation beyond “science”.

Syngenta’s Head of R&D with Robert Berendes, Head of Business Development in conversation with B2Bioworld about distributed agro R&D, the role of agrochemicals, and how modern biotechnology and organic farming may cross-fertilise each other.Reading time: 18 min

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