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CRISPR and climate change: Philippines sees crop gene editing as powerful ally in fight against global warming

Charissa Luci-Atienza | 
[Philippines Department of Science and Technology Secretary Fortunado de la Peña has] underscored the importance of [new breeding techniques, or] ...
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Philippines poised to embrace gene-edited animals? Lawmakers debate rules for ‘safe’ use of modern biotech

Charissa Luci-Atienza | 
Masbate Rep. Elisa “Olga” Kho has cited the importance of animal biotechnology in improving the health and welfare of animals ...

Philippines legislature advances bill to expedite 65-month-long GMO crop approval process

Charissa Luci-Atienza | 
The House Committee on Science and Technology has approved a bill seeking to eliminate the regulatory complications hampering the commercial ...
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Viewpoint: Efforts to combat vitamin A deficiency in the Philippines aren’t working. It’s time to give Golden Rice a chance

Emil Javier | 
Vitamin A deficiency (VAD) continues to be a major public health concern worldwide. It is estimated that 250,000–300,000 vitamin A-deficient ...

Filipino farmers show increased yields and income from planting biotech corn

Edd Usman | 
Manila, Philippines – Upland farmers in the country planting biotechnology (Bt) corn have increased their net income three-fold per hectare ...

Healthy, risk-free biotech crops pushed

Marvyn Benaning | 
The Biotechnology Coalition of the Philippines (BCP) has reaffirmed its commitment to push for the adoption of biotech crops that ...

Stringent GMO regulatory system urged by anti-GM group

Ellalyn DeVera | 
MANILA, Philippines -- International environment group Greenpeace urged a strict scrutiny of regulators of GMO (genetically-modified organism) products being introduced ...
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