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Sterile GMO grass could provide sustainable biofuel, cut water use on golf courses

As representatives from agri-chemical and seed companies seek ways to feed a world population that is projected to balloon during ...
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Grasses that genetically modify themselves could help prevent spread of GMOs in nature

Scientists have discovered that grasses are able to short cut evolution by taking genes from their neighbors. The findings suggest ...

How scientists are using CRISPR to create non-GMO crops

To feed the burgeoning human population, it is vital that the world figures out ways to boost food production. Increasing ...
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Grass genes could help scientists breed crops better adapted to drought, high temperatures

Researchers from Cornell and the United States Department of Agriculture will tap into genetic information found in more than 700 ...

Methane-cutting GMO ‘super-grass’ could start new biotech crop debate in New Zealand

Groundbreaking New Zealand research shows that methane production from livestock could be dramatically reduced with a new so-called pasture super-grass ...

Engineering more digestible grass could reduce livestock pastures and give us cheaper biofuels

The problem with grass is that it has tough cellular walls that make it difficult to digest. But researchers say ...
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