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Monday, October 17, 2016 - 19:00


"Top 10 Consumer Questions, Answered”

GMO Answers took to the streets for “Get to Know GMOs" month to find out how much people know about GMOs and to answer their biggest questions. Learn the facts and discover how people would use GMOs to solve some of our most pressing challenges. How much do you know about GMOs?



Monday, June 6, 2016 (All day)

Around the Table: The Future of GMOs & Their Role in Sustainability

San Francisco


Watch lively discussions from a diverse group of experts as they explore prevalent GMO conversations today and biotech innovations of tomorrow. Doing more with less is the challenge of our age. With the world population expected to grow by one billion by 2050, farmers will need to grow more with less resources – GMOs are one solution.



What’s next for GMOs? A chef’s perspective: Jonathan Bardzik talks about our challenge of feeding a growing population and combating issues like pests and disease.
How do GMOs help the environment? Naomi Stevens at Bayer, discusses how biotechnology helps conserve resources and produce more crop yields during our Table for Twenty event.
What's one important thing consumers should know about GMOS? Listen to Chef Jonathan Bardzik discuss the extensive research and testing that GMOs undergo as explained during GMO Answer's Table for Twenty event.
What are the biggest GMO issues today? Naomi Stevens at Bayer explains the issues during our Table for Twenty event.
How do you see biotechnology progressing in the next 10-20 years? Naomi Stevens at Bayer, talks about the future of biotechnology during Table for Twenty.
Thursday, March 31, 2016 (All day)

Lost In Translation: Is Science Explained Fairly In The Media?

Washington, D.C.

Article: How Science Is Communicated Is More Important Than You Think

Is science explained fairly by the media? GMO Answers, along with Scientific American and Johnson & Johnson Innovation sponsored a live forum to explore and debate the realities of science reporting, the challenges of effectively communicating science-related information to the public, and the media’s responsibility in reporting on sensitive science subjects such as GMOs, climate change and mandatory vaccinations/global health issues. 


Watch this live forum featuring diverse voices from news media, academia and the private sector as they candidly discuss these issues.

Dr. Anthony Fauci, Director of National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases at the NIH, discusses effectively communicating the Zika complexities, severity and solutions.
Seema Kumar, Vice President, Innovation, Global Public Health and Science Policy Communication at Johnson & Johnson, discusses the connection between science, journalism and industry.
A panel of three scientists explores the challenges faced when communicating complex science issues with the public.
Kate Hall, Managing Director for the Council for Biotechnology Information (CBI), discusses the importance of science and finding common ground.