Gates drops $10 million to develop GM crops

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British scientists have won a £6.4 million grant to develop GM crops – one of the largest single investments into genetic modification in the UK. The money, awarded by the Gates Foundation, will be used to cultivate corn, wheat and rice that need little or no fertiliser.

View the original article here: Gates drops $10 million to develop GM crops | Food Freedom News

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