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Wednesday, 2013/06/19 | 11:30:44

A brainstorming workshop was organized by Sir Gordon Conway, Professor Emeritus, Imperial College, London to assess the risks associated with a potential growth in pesticide use as Myanmar intensifies its rice production and to identify short and medium term objectives to minimize them

Monday, 2013/06/17 | 08:57:18

Scientists worldwide believe that genetic engineering is very important to meet the increasing global demand for food, says Jon Entine, founder of the Genetic Literacy Project.

Friday, 2013/06/14 | 08:07:45

As more and more citrus in the United States die because of citrus greening, growers are looking into the potential of disease-resistant transgenic citrus trees. Citrus greening is an incurable bacterial disease that clogs a citrus tree's vascular system. Fruits fail to mature and trees eventually die.

Thursday, 2013/06/13 | 14:49:39

This online course discusses basic knowledge of genetics and the selection of particular molecular markers as standards to identify different taxonomic groups. Use this information to analyze DNA barcode data and interpret the results. Course units will showcase different applications of DNA barcoding with a focus on socio-economic issues.

Friday, 2013/06/07 | 08:09:50

A Workshop on The Role of Biotechnology in Potato Breeding and its Regulations in Indonesia for farmers and government officials was conducted in Bandung on May 7-8, 2013. Mr. Kusmana of Indonesian Vegetables Research Institute shared information on potato variety improvement through conventional breeding

Friday, 2013/06/07 | 08:08:42

Mongolia and Luxembourg are the latest countries that ratified the Nagoya Protocol on Access to Genetic Resources and the Fair and Equitable Sharing Benefits Arising from their Utilization to the Convention on Biological Diversity. The Protocol aims to provide a greater legal certainty and transparency for providers and users of genetic resources to strengthen the opportunities for fair and equitable sharing of benefits from their use.

Monday, 2013/06/03 | 08:16:21

Scientists from the University of California Davis have identified nematode resistant wheat that can benefit crops such as tomato plants. Root-knot nematodes cause crop losses around the world and can be difficult to control. In order to reproduce, the parasites need to infect a living plant root

Saturday, 2013/06/01 | 14:35:18

The Senate of the United States has rejected an amendment to the 2013 U.S. Farm Bill that would allow states to require genetically modified (GM) foods to be labeled as such on their packaging. The senate vote with the amendment began on Thursday which ultimately failed, 71-27.

Wednesday, 2013/05/29 | 07:57:32

John Komen and David Wafula wrote a book titled An Evaluation of Trade Barriers to the Adoption of Genetically Modified Crops in the East African Community. The book is based on a literature review of recent studies that analyzed the actual and potential trade implications of GM crop adoption in East African countries.

Tuesday, 2013/05/28 | 08:18:37

A new high-tech glass greenhouse in Research Triangle Park, North Carolina, U.S., simulates the growing conditions of any climate in different parts of the world. The research facility owned by Syngenta has 22 rooms which are virtually shadowless, with artificial lighting, and fully air conditioned

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