GM crops and Africa: Agricultural potential

Isobel Coleman | 
Today, I had the opportunity to speak with Calestous Juma, professor of the practice of international development at Harvard. Juma ...

Optimize use of biotech in pest management

Charanjit Saluja | 
As biotechnology requires huge investment in terms of facilities as well as manpower, it was suggested that “Centre of Excellence” ...

£1.25m cash for crop research

Researchers at the institute will identify DNA markers that can be used in barley breeding programmes to eliminate potential varieties ...

Algae could help feed the world

Algae as a base for fuel is becoming less common since subsidies dried up and speculative algae-based biofuel companies are ...

“Green bullet” innovations aim to feed world of 9 billion

Laurie Goering | 
These are just a few of the kinds of innovations and initiatives that experts say will be critical if the ...

Frankenfish is here and unlabeled

The FDA announced it considers the Genetically Engineered AquaAdvantage salmon safe before Labor Day. The Alaskan Senator Mark Begrich called ...

Seed size Is controlled by maternally produced small RNAs

Seed size is controlled by small RNA molecules inherited from a plant’s mother, a discovery from scientists at The University ...
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Agrimovie series: Genetically modified food

Toad Pear raises some good points. Almost all the food we grow is a modification of ‘natural’ foods – plants ...
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The perfect milk machine: How big data transformed the dairy industry

Alex Madrigal | 
Dairy scientists are the Gregor Mendels of the genomics age, developing new methods for understanding the link between genes and ...

Mom: ‘I’d never buy organics because I’m afraid there are dangerous pesticides on conventional produce’

Melinda Wenner Moyer | 
YOU NEED TO SAY IN AN EDITOR'S NOTE WHO THIS 'MOM' IS When my son was a baby, organic was a synonym ...
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