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Futuristic food: From 3D-printed meals to DNA-based diet analysis, here are the 10 biggest food tech breakthroughs over the last decade

Futuristic food: From 3D-printed meals to DNA-based diet analysis, here are the 10 biggest food tech breakthroughs over the last decade

Megan Tatum | 
[F]ood tech has changed how we eat, for good. So, what’s the driving force behind this activity? And where have ...
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‘Vocal anti-GM campaigner’: Organic farmers should abandon opposition to gene editing

Harry Holmes | 
The organic sector has been vehemently opposed to genetic technologies in the past, but Alex Smith, vocal anti-GM campaigner and ...
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Neonicotinoids pesticide ban decimates UK canola yields—encouraging imports of neonics-treated canola

Henry Sandercock | 
UK oilseed rape yields and crop area have declined dramatically after a year of extreme weather and uncontrollable crop decimation ...

Tesco drops resistance to GM feed for poultry

Richard Ford | 
The following is an excerpt. Tesco has caved in to pressure from farmers and will allow the use of GM ...

Noted European scientist defends embattled maize GM study

Elinor Zuke | 
Scientists have hit back against the criticism levelled at the research linking the world’s best-selling weedkiller and a strain of ...
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