Fast Company | Did People Suffer For Your Cotton Shirt? DNA Tagging Lets You Track Its Origins | March 22nd, 2017

Valley Public Radio | California Cotton Farmers Maximize Harvest by Tagging Crops with DNA

VPR: NPR for Central California, March 21st, 2017 In 2014 the California cotton industry got a wake up call. Somewhere in the supply chain of turning high end cotton into fabric the products were being laced with inferior fiber. And now as FM89’s Ezra David Romero reports consumers can be sure they’re getting what they [...]

Identifying Uzbek Cotton Biomarkers: A Proposed Collaborative Framework to Eliminate Forced Labor

Genetic markers for regional cultivars persist in cotton fibers and can be detected in our proprietary assay Release Details 27 February, 2017 Applied DNA Sciences announced today that it has identified lead genetic markers that are unique to certain cotton cultivars grown in Uzbekistan, where forced human labor is used to cultivate the cotton. [...]

WSB-TV | Majority of ‘high-quality’ cotton made of cheap cotton, tests show | February 15th, 2017

Knitting Industry | Sustainable consumer choices on the rise? | January 27th, 2017

Material Handling & Logistics | Consumers to Manufacturers: Will Buy Only if 100% Authentic | January 19th, 2017

Just-Style | Proof of product and trust key to US consumer purchasing | January 19th, 2017

fibre2fashion | Applied DNA announces Harris Poll cotton survey results | January 19th, 2017

Sourcing Journal | Survey Says 60% of Consumers Would Boycott Dishonest, Unethical Brands | January 18th, 2017

Home & Textiles Today | Consumers: Don’t lie about cotton content

Harris poll commissioned by Applied DNA Sciences finds consumers would punish brands for false content claims in bedding, apparel | January 18th, 2017