"This is a 'must read' book for supporters of the many different views on biotechnology, who will gain a better understanding of the problems and viewpoints of others if they read it in totality. The editors and their contributors must be congratulated on an excellent publication."
W H Macfarlane Smith, Experimental Agriculture, 41, 2005
"Science policy makers will find the text useful, as issues such as genomic research funding and post-commercial regulation of the genetically modified material are dealt with in great detail. Various chapters offer a fascinating insight into how the USA/EU argument has developed and how it may be resolved. Such clarity makes for a curiously readable text for all of those involved in the industry and those those wishing to read a pragmatic account of how the agricultural biotechnology industry is likely to be shaped in the near future."
D Tabah, Biologist, July 2005