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Sequenced durum wheat genome aids efforts to breed more nutritious, disease-resistant crops

University of Saskatchewan (U of S) researchers say they have discovered how to significantly reduce cadmium levels in durum wheat, ensuring the ...
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Viewpoint: Politico veers again into pseudoscience and politics with another misleading glyphosate infographic

Once again, a website known for its political coverage proves itself unable to report on science-related issues ...
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GMO crops still ‘sticking point’ as US-China trade deal moves toward completion

China’s lengthy approval process for genetically modified crops remains a sticking point in talks to end the trade war between ...
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French farmers destroy 18,000 hectares of rapeseed, double previous estimates, after discovering illegal GMO crops

French farmers destroyed a total of 18,000 hectares of rapeseed, more than double the area initially expected, following the discovery ...
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Working to build trust in the insect-resistant BT cowpea, Nigeria’s first genetically modified food crop

A crop created through technology faces intense opposition in Nigeria ...
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California towns fear arrival of citrus greening disease now threatening Florida’s orange industry

It may be only a matter of time until a deadly and incurable citrus disease sweeps through Ventura County’s agricultural ...
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New North American trade deal boosts US agriculture, fosters biotech innovation, farm group says

When NAFTA was signed more than 25 years ago, it was the best trade deal U.S. agriculture had ever seen ...
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Video: Lab-grown meat could hit the market within five years

Lab-grown meat, cultured from the stem cells of animals, is considered by many to be a sustainable and ethical solution ...
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Car sickness? How transportation harms honey bees, and what we can do about it

Bees have received a lot of attention recently, and for good reason. They face challenges from parasites and pathogens while ...
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Speedy conclusion to US-China ‘trade tensions’ could foster farming innovation

It would be a timely piece of good news for American farmers if the United States and China could reach ...
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From high-yielding rice to disease-resistant oranges, CRISPR-edited crops could save our favorite foods

Some of the foods we know and love could be gone from the planet faster than you might think - chocolate ...
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Everything you should know about colony collapse disorder and ‘disappearing’ bee populations

During the winter of 2006-2007, beekeepers around the country began reporting unusually high losses of their hives. Between 30 percent ...
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3 common misconceptions about the ‘dangers’ of genetic engineering and GMOs

Here is the evidence to put these misconceptions to rest ...
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‘Impossible Whopper’: Burger King plans roll out of plant-based GMO burger

Burger King has a plan to bring in new customers and encourage existing ones to buy more often: Vegetarian Whoppers ...
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GMO tomato demonstrates ‘high levels’ of resistance to root knot nematode in new study

Root knot nematode is one of the serious problems in growing solanceous crops including tomato. Thus, scientists from the University ...
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Viewpoint: Activists hurt farmers by fueling public’s disconnect with modern agriculture

Farmers are increasingly frustrated and dispirited by the demands and unrealistic expectations of food advocacy groups and activists such as ...
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Africa edging toward greater acceptance of genetically engineered crops

Many African nations are increasingly listening to the scientific community rather than vocal opponents of GMOs ...
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Photosynthesis-efficient rice could help meet surging food demand in developing countries

Work is well underway to engineer a rice plant in a way that global production of the grain gets a dramatic ...
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New study claims first farmers in Europe were direct descendants of region’s hunter-gatherers, challenging belief migrants introduced agriculture

For several years it has been broadly acknowledged that agriculture in Europe was first established in the Anatolian peninsula in modern day ...
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Neonicotinoid insecticide ban, bad weather could cut Europe’s already slumping sugar beet yields

Farmers in western Europe have begun sugar beet planting, with first indications pointing to a drop in area for the ...
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Infographic: Global regulatory and health research agencies on whether glyphosate causes cancer

A jury decision, while significant, is not a substitute for scientific research ...
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Can we boost crop yields by making photosynthesis better with genetic engineering?

Will an improvement of photosynthesis make up for the food shortfalls we expect to face in coming years? ...
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GM disease-resistant wheat closer to commercialization after successful field trial

A joint venture project between the [Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation] and a US foundation has had recent success ...
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Uncertain future of Uganda’s GMO law spurs anxiety, confusion among biotech supporters

Biotech supporters are unsure what the delay means ...
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Podcast: Yale neurologist Steven Novella debunks popular myths about GMO golden rice

As Bangladesh prepares to release GMO golden rice, Yale University clinical neurologist Steven Novella and co-hosts debunk some popular myths ...
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African biotech group to critics: Where’s evidence GMOs are dangerous?

Mr Enoch Ilori, the Project Officer for Open Forum on Agricultural Biotechnology in Africa (OFAB), has said there is no ...
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GMO crop approvals focal point of trade talks as US urges China to boost agricultural imports

China has offered the U.S. some “very attractive numbers” for purchases of farm goods as part of “dynamic” trade talks, ...
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Pseudo-science alert: For $9,500, Politico provides disinformation about crop biotechnology, GMOs and pesticides

When Politico strays from politics into agricultural biotech, its naiveté and lack of science expertise shows through ...