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African women are leading biotechnology advance across the continent

Cornell Alliance for Science | 
Women researchers are strongly influencing the adoption of agricultural biotechnology in Africa. “As African women, we are the ones who ...
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African scientists try to resurrect research sidelined by COVID

Cornell Alliance for Science | 
As African nations begin easing the lockdown imposed to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus, scientists are uncertain about ...
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Ugandan scientists use CRISPR in pioneering research to breed hardier cassava

Cornell Alliance for Science | 
Ugandan scientists have begun moving gene extracts into cassava cells in a first-of-its-kind research trial using the CRISPR-Cas9 gene editing ...
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African farmers want GMO seeds to help weather climate change

Cornell Alliance for Science | 
It’s an old proverb in these lands that since man has learned to shoot without missing, birds have learned to ...
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Kenya’s support for GMO crops likely to influence East Africa

Cornell Alliance for Science | 
For nearly 20 years, Kenya has attempted to adopt the better-yielding and disease- and drought-tolerant crop varieties bred through genetic ...
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Viewpoint: As most of Africa ‘dilly-dallied,’ Sudan, South Africa boosted food production with biotech crops

Cornell Alliance for Science | 
Why are South Africa and Sudan ahead of every other country on the continent when it comes to biotech?....The nations ...
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Better livestock breeding could help bring Uganda’s farmers out of poverty

Cornell Alliance for Science | 
“Kafuuzi!” Grace Bwogi shouted. A black and grey goat turned in the caller’s direction before shifting her gaze and continuing ...
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As Uganda debates GMO safety, its scientists boost food production in neighboring countries

Cornell Alliance for Science | 
When Dr. Geoffrey Arinaitwe returned home after earning his PhD in biotechnology in Belgium in 2005, Uganda seemed a promising ...
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