Biotechnology

U.S. Department of Agriculture Agricultural Research Service chemist and technician convert vegetable oil into antifungal agents and other value-added bioproducts at the ARS National Center for Agricultural Utilization Research, Bio-oils Research Unit in Peoria, Illinois

Agricultural Biotechnology
United States Department of Agriculture.
Supports the role of USDA agencies in biotechnology, the research being conducted in the U.S., the laws and regulations, trade, and the Advisory Committee on Biotechnology.

Biotechnology
USDA. Economic Research Service.
Provides information regarding the adoption of biotechnology; its production impacts; issues surrounding marketing, labeling, and trade; and, biotechnology research.

Biotechnology Regulatory Services
USDA. Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service.
Regulates the field testing, movement, and importation of genetically engineered organisms that are known to be, or could be plant pests. Provides information about Biotechnology Regulation Services (BRS) issues on various types of permits for each of these activities.

National Center for Biotechnology Information
NIH. NLM. National Center for Biotechnology Information.
Serves as a national resource for molecular biology information by providing public databases and software tools to analyze genome data, and by disseminating biomedical research information.

Genetically Engineered Plants for Food & Feed
FDA. Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition.
Includes guidance documents, FDA Talk papers, international guidelines, reports, testimonials, consumer information, food labeling, and other policy and planning information.

Agricultural Biotechnologies in crops, forestry, livestock, fisheries, and agro-industry
Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations.
Presents biotechnology information regarding newly released documents, meetings, conferences, newsletters, and more. Country policy documents and the FAO position statement are also available.