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7,300-year-old ancestor explains why Nigerians, Congolese and Indians most likely to get sickle cell anaemia

Quartz Africa | 
A one-time gene mutation in a West African human millennia ago gave them immunity to malaria and doomed some of ...
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Kenya could become first country to approve GMO bridal bouquet ‘baby’s breath’ flowers

Quartz | 
Baby’s breath, a staple of bridal bouquets, could become Kenya’s first commercially grown genetically modified (GM) flower. By introducing genes ...
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Can insect-resistant Bt corn help African farmers fight invasive armyworm?

Nature | 
African nations are gearing up to battle an invasive crop pest called the fall armyworm, which has been rapidly spreading ...
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