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Monday, 2013/09/30 | 08:13:48

Utah State University scientists led by biochemistry professor Lance Seefeldt have discovered new insights about nitrogen fixation, a complex and energy-intensive process that converts nitrogen into a form that humans, animals and plants can access.

Saturday, 2013/09/28 | 16:41:44

Eleven eminent scientists around the world have co-authored an editorial focusing on Golden Rice. The article, titled Standing Up for GMOs, was published in September 20 edition of Science magazine. The editorial expresses outrage at the recent destruction of Golden Rice field trial in the Philippines by vandals. It also summarizes the extensive health consequences of vitamin A deficiency and the contribution that Golden Rice could make to addressing this problem the moment the biotech crop becomes available.

Friday, 2013/09/27 | 08:38:45

How to identify the best practices for mitigating greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions in rice, while at the same time making production more efficient?

This is the question that brought together rice scientists from South and North American countries for a meeting of the Paddy Rice Research Group of the Global Research Alliance on Agricultural Greenhouse Gases (GRA).

Friday, 2013/09/27 | 08:33:48

The award-winning ecological engineering (EE) TV series developed by the ADB-IRRI Rice Planthopper Project in collaboration with the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development (MARD) and TV Vinh Long was launched on 23 June 2012 in Vinh Long

Wednesday, 2013/09/25 | 08:22:39

Texas A&M University scientists led by Dr. Scott Finlayson studied the role of plant growth regulator abscisic acid in suppressing axillary bud outgrowth in response to reduced red to far red light ratio. Using microarray technology the genes responding to altered light quality in un-elongated axillary buds at different positions were identified

Tuesday, 2013/09/24 | 08:19:29

Purdue University's College of Agriculture in Indiana, USA will receive more than $20 million in university funding for plant sciences research and education to strengthen the institution's leadership in developing new and novel ways to help feed a rapidly growing world population.

Monday, 2013/09/23 | 08:36:14

The 7th International Rice Genetics Symposium (RG7) will be held from 5 to 8 November 2013 at Dusit Thani Hotel in Manila, Philippines. Organized by the International Rice Research Institute (IRRI), the event is one of the world’s largest and most important rice research symposium.

Monday, 2013/09/23 | 08:27:30

A Bt Corn Field Experience Activity initiated by Agrogene, an agri-biotech public education website under the Platform of Science Communication for Agricultural Biotechnology (PSCAB) was held at the Corn Test Base of China Agricultural University (CAU) in Haidian, Beijing on September 7, 2013.

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

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