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Friday, 2013/09/20 | 08:00:05

Over 200 biotechnology regulators, international trade experts and farmers from 16 countries on five continents met in Champaign, Illinois in August to discuss the state of agricultural biotechnology regulatory systems and its implications for the future

Thursday, 2013/09/19 | 07:41:49

Spain is considering to release the first genetically-modified (GM) animal in the European Union should the government approve the field trial proposal by British biotech company Oxitec. The company has genetically modified the olive fly (Bactrocera [Dacus] oleae) which is one of the key pests affecting olive cultivation and is managed mainly via pesticides

Tuesday, 2013/09/17 | 16:00:32

The European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) has reviewed the current scientific literature and risk assessment frameworks for food and feed safety of GM plants, in cases where the comparative approach as applied by EFSA may not be fully applicable

Monday, 2013/09/16 | 13:05:26

The University of Southern Queensland (USQ) in Australia will invest $15 million into its agricultural research program as part of the establishment of the university's Institute of Agriculture and the Environment (IAE)

Saturday, 2013/09/14 | 16:53:03

A multinational effort supported by the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) and FAO marked a key milestone this week when Kenya's Eldoret University launched two new varieties of wheat resistant to the deadly wheat stem rust caused by the fungus Ug99.

Friday, 2013/09/13 | 09:05:39

Scientists from the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) together with partners will try to curb the threat of two weed species to nurseries, Christmas tree farms, pastures, and wildlife habitats.

Thursday, 2013/09/12 | 08:24:26

The Food and Agriculture Organization released its Food Price Index, a measure of the monthly change in the international prices of a basket of food commodities. It reports that commodity price index has dropped for the fourth month in a row in August, reaching its lowest level since June 2012.

Monday, 2013/09/09 | 08:58:51

Scientists from Bangladesh have cracked the genome sequence of a jute variety locally known as Tosha jute (C. olitorius). This milestone is expected to further lift the fiber industry in Bangladesh as jute is the second most important crop in the country (after cotton) in terms of fiber production

Thursday, 2013/09/05 | 08:27:54

The outcomes of a joint Vietnam-UK research project on sequencing the genomes of a number of Vietnamese indigenous rice varieties were made public at a workshop in Hanoi on August 28.
 

Wednesday, 2013/09/04 | 08:34:20

The Malaysian Agricultural Research and Development Institute (MARDI) has launched a rice variety named MRIA 1 which is heat resistant, does not require much water, and can be planted off-season. Developed through the collaboration with the International Rice Research Institute, MRIA 1 matures in 90 days and is also more disease resistant.

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