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Podcast: ‘Straight out lies’ from anti-GMO groups hinder Africa’s food security, South African biologist says

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Africa has the most to gain from embracing crop biotechnology, yet the continent's farmers are still largely denied access to ...
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South African scientist: GMO crops can improve crop nutrients, boost Africa’s agricultural productivity

[Jennifer Thomson from South Africa’s University of Cape Town] has been a strong advocate of promoting modern biotechnology in Africa for ...

The work of a scientist on GM crops in Africa

The following is an edited excerpt. She has addressed the world’s leaders at the UN. She has sat in the ...
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