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Puff piece: Lab-made ‘Incredible Cotton’ may grow 10 times faster and cut environmental impact of the traditional crop

Forbes | 
You might call this a puff piece, because it’s about cotton that’s just as fluffy but more sustainable than the ...
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‘RIPE’ computer model that boosts photosynthesis could help increase food production by 20% per acre

Forbes | 
There’s an international research project called RIPE, short for Realizing Increased Photosynthetic Efficiency. The effort .... most recently has developed ...
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Fungi-based ‘faux bacon’ sold out on Valentine’s Day—now it’s headed for a San Francisco butcher shop

Forbes | 
This bacon is elusive. It doesn’t come from a pig. You can’t even buy it anymore. Maybe that’s because people ...
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High yielding, gene-edited potato could help prevent future french fry shortages

Forbes | 
Panic is setting in about a potential french fry shortage in the near future, due to a poor potato harvest ...
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