What's New at the Global Knowledge Center on Crop Biotechnology (KC)http://www.isaaa.org/kcThe Global Knowledge Center on Crop Biotechnology (KC) is the information sharing initiative of ISAAA, a not-for-profit organization that delivers the benefits of new agricultural biotechnologies to farmers in developing countries for poverty alleviation. en-usQuotable Quotes: Why Biotech?http://www.isaaa.org/resources/publications/quotablequotes-whybiotech/download/default.aspQuotable Quotes: Why Biotech? highlights the perspectives of various key stakeholders from Africa, Asia, Europe, and North America who have followed the advancement of biotechnology and are convinced that the technology is vital in improving the quality of life.Biotech/GM Treeshttp://www.isaaa.org/resources/publications/pocketk/50/default.aspThis Pocket K discusses the various uses of biotech/GM trees for the industry, combating invasive threats, adverse temperature, and consumer preferenceBiotech Cotton in India 2002 to 2014 Adoption, Impact, Progress and Future http://www.isaaa.org/resources/publications/biotech_crop_profiles/default.aspThe document measures the success of biotech cotton by featuring a comprehensive overview of the adoption, impact, progress and future of biotech cotton in the country.Voices and Views: Why Biotech?http://www.isaaa.org/resources/publications/briefs/50/default.aspISAAA Brief 50 is a collection of personal essays about 32 individuals from all over the world who have followed the development of biotechnology and are convinced that it has a significant role in improving the quality of life.Pocket K No 49http://www.isaaa.org/resources/publications/pocketk/49/default.aspAdoption and Uptake Pathways of Biotech Crops by Small-scale Farmers in China, India and the Philippines is now available!ISAAA in 2014http://www.isaaa.org/resources/publications/annualreport/2014/default.aspISAAA releases its annual report for 2014. The report features the major activities, projects, and accomplishments of ISAAA in 2014Biotech SHORTIES Winnershttp://www.isaaa.org/resources/videos/biotechshorties/default.asp"Biotech Shorties" seeks to express the perspectives of film makers on the benefits of biotechnology in agriculture through 3-minute films or "shorties".ISAAA Brief 48-2014http://www.isaaa.org/resources/publications/briefs/48/default.aspThis brief shows how modern biotechnology has transformed farming into a profession that harvests agronomic and socio-cultural benefits beyond promise. It embodies the stories of how biotech crops, particularly Bt cotton in China and India and biotech corn in the Philippines, are changing the lives of small farmers, their families, communities, and even nations.Straight from the Scientists: Biotech Experts' Perspectives and Experiences in Informing the Publichttp://www.isaaa.org/resources/publications/scicommstudy/download/default.aspThis monograph highlights the study on how academics and scientists play their role in biotech communication.Pocket K no 48: Bt Eggplanthttp://www.isaaa.org/resources/publications/pocketk/48/default.aspPocket K on Bt Eggplant features the technology behind the biotech crop and status of Bt eggplant adoption and experimentation including potential benefits in Bangladesh, India, and the Philippines. Pocket K no 47: Biotechnology in Ornamental Plantshttp://www.isaaa.org/resources/publications/pocketk/47/default.aspThis new Pocket K, Biotechnology in Ornamental Plants, includes the different types of ornamental plants, the different uses of biotechnology in ornamental horticulture, and the major genetically modified ornamentals. Brief 47: The Status of Commercialized Bt Brinjal in Bangladeshhttp://www.isaaa.org/resources/publications/briefs/47/default.aspISAAA Brief 47 is a comprehensive report on the status of commercialized Bt brinjal in Bangladesh. Brief 47 presents a thorough review and analysis of the deregulation of Bt brinjal in Bangladesh from the scientific and biosafety assessment and commercial release to the planting of Bt brinjal by farmers in Bangladesh.