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Genetically engineered bacteria could monitor water contamination, detect mining waste

Fast Co.Exist | 
A team of young scientists in Canada is developing a fascinating way to detect water contamination. Their box, called the ...
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Map highlights where cropland has room to grow

Fast Company | 
If we don't start producing more food, we're going to run out in the future. With world population growing and ...
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Are there better alternatives than genetic engineering to develop drought resistant crops?

Fast Co.Exist | 
In the late-1990s, scientists Russell Rodriguez and Regina Redman were conducting research in Yellowstone National Park when they made a ...
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