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-usISAAA 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. ISAAA Pockets of Knowledge, Updatedhttp://www.isaaa.org/resources/publications/pocketk/Pocket K's 1, 2, 4, 6 & 10 are updated.Country Biotech Facts and Trendshttp://www.isaaa.org/resources/publications/biotech_country_facts_and_trends/default.aspISAAA releases the revised series Biotech Country Facts and Trends. The first set in the series features the top five developing biotech countries of Brazil, Argentina, India, China, and Paraguay. Biotech Country Facts and Trends are concise summaries highlighting the commercialization of biotech crops in specific countries.Updated Pocket K on Global Status of Commercialized Biotech/GM Crops in 2013http://isaaa.org/resources/publications/pocketk/16/default.aspUpdated version of ISAAA's Pocket K No. 16 based on Brief 46: Global Status of Commercialized Biotech/GM Crops 2013 written by Dr. Clive James is now available. Agricultural Biotechnology (A Lot More Than Just GM)http://www.isaaa.org/resources/publications/agricultural_biotechnology/download/default.aspThe booklet explains and compares tools of agri-biotech including conventional breeding, tissue culture and micropropagation, molecular breeding and marker-assisted selection, and genetic engineering Infomercial: What Do People Say About Biotech?http://www.isaaa.org/resources/biotechinfomercials/whatisbiotech/default.aspThis informercial features photos of students, teachers, farmers, media practitioners, and consumers who were asked to write one-liners about their perception on biotechnology. These photos were taken during the science fairs held in the Philippines in 2013. Infographic on Biotech Crops Benefitshttp://www.isaaa.org/resources/infographics/biotechcropsbenefits/ISAAA-Infographics_Benefits.pdfThis infographic summarizes the important contributions of biotech crops in increasing crop productivity, conserving biodiversity, reducing agriculture's environmental footprint, mitigating the effects of climate change, and alleviation of poverty and hunger.Infomercial: Biotech Crop Adoption in 2013http://www.isaaa.org/resources/biotechinfomercials/brief46-2013/default.aspThis infomercial summarizes the highlights of the report on the global status of biotech crop planting in 2013. The 90-second video presents percentage of the major countries, crops, and biotech traits planted in 2013 Pocket K 46 on Nitrogen Efficient Use Biotech Cropshttp://www.isaaa.org/resources/publications/pocketk/46/default.aspPocket K 46 includes a summary of genes studied to modify nitrogen use of plants and the research status of biotech crops with improved nitrogen use including corn, wheat, canola, rice, wheat, sugarcane, and sugar beet. Beyond Promises: Top 10 Facts about Biotech/GM Crops in 2013http://www.isaaa.org/resources/publications/biotech_booklets/top_10_facts/download/A visual presentation of the 10 important highlights about biotech crops in 2013, taken from the "Global Status of Commercialized Biotech/GM Crops: 2013" authored by Clive James, Founder and Emeritus Chair of ISAAA The Story of Bt Brinjal in Indiahttp://www.isaaa.org/resources/videos/btbrinjalindia/default.aspThe Story of Bt Brinjal in India documents the process of development, deregulation, demand and debate on Bt brinjal (eggplant/aubergine) in India.