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Wednesday, 2022/03/23 | 06:15:23

The World Health Organization (WHO) is releasing new guidelines on abortion care today, in a bid to protect the health of women and girls and help prevent over 25 million unsafe abortions that currently occur each year. “Being able to obtain safe abortion is a crucial part of health care,” said Craig Lissner, acting Director for Sexual and Reproductive Health and Research at WHO. “Nearly every death and injury that results from unsafe abortion is entirely preventable.

Tuesday, 2022/03/22 | 06:54:43

Anyone familiar with the combination of ‘biological material’ (high yielding varieties and hybrids), ‘water’ (assured irrigation), and ‘chemical inputs’ (fertilizers and plant protection chemicals) as the key to success in irrigated agriculture will be gullible to use the same principles for improving farming in the dryland ecosystems. The solutions to improving livelihoods in drylands, however, are far more complex and multifaceted.

Monday, 2022/03/21 | 06:49:37

Interested in natural cosmetic products, ones that support local communities and don’t deplete our natural resources? You aren’t alone! Growing consumer interest in the environmental and ethical credentials of cosmetics has spurred interest in sustainably- and ethically-sourced beauty products, which include many forest products, also known as non-wood forest products (NWFPs). 


Sunday, 2022/03/20 | 07:38:44

The African BioGenome Project (AfricaBP) aims to sequence the genomes of more than 100,000 African endemic species. It is an effort by African scientists to safeguard African biodiversity while bringing genomics and bioinformatics capacities closer to the African people. The project, which involves more than 100 African scientists from five African Union regions and 22 African organizations, intends to sequence the genomes of African plant, animal, fungus, protist, and other eukaryotic species.


Saturday, 2022/03/19 | 07:06:03

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has announced the low-risk determination for the marketing of products derived from genome-edited beef cattle. The decision is the first low risk determination for marketing of products from an intentional genomic alteration (IGA) in an animal for food use. IGA refers to changes introduced into the DNA of animals using biotechnological techniques, including genome editing.


Friday, 2022/03/18 | 08:02:17

Oxitec Ltd. has announced the successful conclusion of the first farm-scale pilot deployments of its Friendly™ fall armyworm on commercial Bt cornfields in Brazil. The Brazilian government's regulatory authorities approved the Friendly™ fall armyworm technology in 2021. The pilot deployments were conducted on thousands of acres of commercial farmland in São Paulo State, a key corn-growing region in Brazil, during the first annual corn crop season of 2021-2022.


Thursday, 2022/03/17 | 08:19:07

Understanding the molecular forces driving the unfolded polypeptide chain to self-assemble into a functional native structure remains an open question. However, identifying the states visited during protein folding (e.g., the transition state between the unfolded and native states) is tricky due to their transient nature. Here, we introduce calorimetric force spectroscopy in a temperature jump optical trap to determine the enthalpy, entropy, and heat capacity of the transition state of protein barnase

Wednesday, 2022/03/16 | 07:43:30

maize transporter responsible for the regulation of iron and zinc in balance in maize was identified by a team of Chinese scientists. The discovery provides opportunities for genetic resources and a theoretical basis for developing iron-fortified corn varieties. Scientists from the Biotechnology Research Institute and Qingdao Agricultural University were responsible for identifying the novel iron-regulated transporter ZmIRT2


Tuesday, 2022/03/15 | 08:10:58

Researchers from Kansas State University (K-State) have published the results of their work that characterized numerous wheat genes duplicated thousands of years ago to understand how they control the crop's yield and other desirable traits.Led by Eduard Akhunov, wheat geneticist and director of K-State's Wheat Genetic Resources Center, said his team's research may lead to greater opportunities for breeders to perform “targeted breeding” that can increase grain size and number – ultimately increasing yields.


Monday, 2022/03/14 | 07:56:06

The latest report from the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) reveals that despite efforts to reduce the risks, human-induced climate change is causing dangerous and widespread disruption in nature and affecting the lives of billions of people around the world. People and ecosystems least able to cope are being hardest hit, said scientists in the IPCC report.


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