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Cadmium translocation from roots to shoots is a complex biological process that is controlled by gene regulatory networks. Pak choi exhibits wide cultivar variations in Cd accumulation. However, the molecular mechanism involved in cadmium translocation and accumulation is still unclear. To isolate differentially expressed genes (DEGs) involved in transporter-mediated regulatory mechanisms of Cd translocation in two contrasting pak choi cultivars,


Uber disrupted taxis; Tinder disrupted dating. It’s about time we disrupted food. Because something clearly isn’t working. If a fridge can tell me exactly when a stick of celery is about to reach its expiry date, why is agriculture – something we’ve been doing for 10,000 years – still so imprecise? Why do millions of farmers still look at the sky and pray for rain?


Cadmium translocation from roots to shoots is a complex biological process that is controlled by gene regulatory networks. Pak choi exhibits wide cultivar variations in Cd accumulation. However, the molecular mechanism involved in cadmium translocation and accumulation is still unclear. To isolate differentially expressed genes (DEGs) involved in transporter-mediated regulatory mechanisms of Cd translocation in two contrasting pak choi cultivars,


Committed to improving food and nutrition security, Kayla Zhu and Alyssa Swehla, were selected by the World Food Prize Foundation for the Borlaug-Ruan International internship. They have spent the last two months at ICRISAT and the World Vegetable Center in India working within research teams to gain firsthand experience of how science can change lives.


Going Abroad in July 2017
Thursday, 2017/08/03 | 08:09:46

- Prof Bùi Chí Bửu leaving for Thailand to participate the Asian Congress of Biotechnology, as an invited speaker, at Khon Kaen from 20 to 26 July 2017.


IAS visitors in July 2017
Wednesday, 2017/08/02 | 08:18:52

- Mr. Babulal Robidas, Mr. Khurshid Alam, Mr. MD Golam Rashid, Mr. MD Hamidur Rahman Khan, Mr. MD Humayun Kabin, Mr. MD Monirul Islam, Mr. Mohammad Zahid Hasson, Mrs. Munujan Khanam, Mrs. Nargis Khnam, Mr. Sona Mani ChaKma, Agricultural Delegation of Bangladesh paid a short visit to share the mutual experiences on crop science, in particular rice in Vietnam; July 3-4, 2017.


Seminar in April 2017
Monday, 2017/04/24 | 13:06:33

After the study on DNA structure (April 25, 1953) by James Watson, Francis Crick, Maurice Wilkins, and Rosalind Franklin; rice genome as well as crop species has been developed in term of a new era of green revolution with the emphasis on genomics, transcriptomics and proteomics.


Vietnam’s agriculture and overall food system are at a turning point. The country has emerged as one of the world’s leading exporters of agro-food commodities and is among the top five for aquatic products, rice, coffee, tea, cashews, black pepper, rubber, and cassava. However, the sector is experiencing a low quality of growth.


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