We believe in the power of science to improve humanity.
The key to working with science is objectivity and a belief in reproducible results.
New ideas often take a long time and a lot of data and experience to overcome rational fears and skepticism.
Genetic engineering of food is no exception.
We support a rigorous, data-driven process to determine the safety of new technologies, including GMO purple tomatoes.
We also recognize the importance to engage with consumers about the scientific data that shows how biotechnology can improve health and climate impacts of agriculture.
Providing a counterbalance to common misconceptions is also critical.