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New Zealand

Plant scientists want New Zealand to fact check ‘mythology’ surrounding regenerative farming

Sally Rae | 
Two prominent plant science academics have called for the establishment of an expert panel of scientists to review claims made ...

GMO labeling could give New Zealand’s GMO-free products advantage in U.S. markets

Sally Rae | 
Changes in food-labelling legislation in the United States appear to have positive implications for New Zealand agriculture. All food labelling ...
SEDDON

Raising the dead: ‘De-extinction’ science could lead to rescue of threatened wildlife

Philip Seddon, zoologist at the University of Otago in New Zealand, addresses the fears of regenerating species as a tactic ...

Genes could dictate jail time

Vaughan Elder | 
A criminal's genetic make-up could in the future determine how long they are sentenced to spend in jail and affect ...
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