We are funded currently by philanthropists with no conflicts of interest, also we do not accept any funding from Industry.
iEAT to provide education, promote awareness and encourage transparency of biotechnologies in agriculture.
Our mission as scientists is to engage farmers, growers, society, industry and regulatory in an open global dialogue on bioengineering and bioediting.
The growing population needs food security, safety and food supply. Revolutionary agricultural practices are changing how we grow food, however these advances are often met with misunderstanding, skepticism and fear.
The bioengineering and bioedeting of crops has become one of the most debated and divisive issues of our time.
Kate M. Creasey Ph.D.
Grow More Foundation
President & Chairman of the Board