The SNP Government’s anti-GM stance was yesterday condemned for helping to damage the interests of some of the world’s poorest people.
The majority of young Scots are in favour of GM technology, claims a new survey.
Everyone likes a prestigious job title and whisky specialist Gordon and MacPhail (G&M) has come up with a novel one as it targets growing demand for luxury goods around the world.
Whisky specialist Gordon and MacPhail (G&M) has ensured it has the capacity to step up production of its flagship single malt to meet growing demand from international and UK customers.
Scotland's farming industry has been urged by one of Europe's most influential scientists to speak out and influence public opinion if it wants to have access to GM technology in future.
Scottish Government has admitted its decision to ban the cultivation of genetically modified (GM) crops was not based on science.
The European Parliament's environment committee has voted against proposals which would give member states the powers to ban genetically modified (GM) food or feed.
Wales is the latest country to opt out of growing genetically modified (GM) crops.
Nicola Sturgeon has been accused of putting the future of Scotland's food and drinks industry at risk by pushing ahead with a ban on GM crops.
Scots farmers hoping to get access to genetically-modified (GM) crop technology have been left out in the cold.
The farming industry needs to find new ways to talk to the public if consumers are to embrace innovation and science around food production, according to a leading political advisor.
A new EU scientific advice body will be set up to provide guidance on legislation including the use of genetically modified (GM) crops.
Proposals to allow European member states to approve or ban the use of genetically-modified (GM) feed have been attacked by farming bodies.
Failure to give British farmers access to genetically modified (GM) crops could damage the future competitiveness of UK agriculture, claims a new report.
UK farmers should be allowed to use genetically-modified crop technology to help them increase food production, according to Defra minister Liz Truss.
European regulations which determine whether or not genetically modified (GM) crops can be grown need a major overhaul, according to a group of MPs.
International drinks giant Diageo has hinted it will be open to sourcing genetically modified (GM) cereals in Europe if scientists give the technology the seal of approval.
A landmark vote in the European Parliament could pave the way for genetically modified (GM) crops to be grown in the UK.
Scottish farmers could face strict sanctions making it impossible to grow genetically modified (GM) crops should the technology be given the green light by the UK Government.