Welcome To Website IAS

Hot news
Achievement

Independence Award

- First Rank - Second Rank - Third Rank

Labour Award

- First Rank - Second Rank -Third Rank

National Award

 - Study on food stuff for animal(2005)

 - Study on rice breeding for export and domestic consumption(2005)

VIFOTEC Award

- Hybrid Maize by Single Cross V2002 (2003)

- Tomato Grafting to Manage Ralstonia Disease(2005)

- Cassava variety KM140(2010)

Centres
Website links
Vietnamese calendar
Library
Visitors summary
 Curently online :  2
 Total visitors :  4241031


Wednesday, 2019/11/06 | 08:20:15

An international group of more than 200 scientists have now published the gene sequences of more than 1,100 green plants providing insights into everything from algae and ferns to farm crops and forest trees. The study, One Thousand Plant Transcriptomes and Phylogenomics of Green Plants, published in Nature reveals the history of how and when plants gained the ability to grow tall and make seeds, flowers and fruits,

Tuesday, 2019/11/05 | 08:07:05

Experts from Broad Institute of Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and Harvard University developed a new gene editing approach by putting together two of the most vital proteins in molecular biology, CRISPR-Cas9 and a reverse transcriptase, into one system. The new system called prime editing is capable of editing mammalian cells in a precise, efficient, and highly versatile fashion. The study was published in Nature.

Monday, 2019/11/04 | 08:04:56

"Countless women and children died or went blind in those intervening years as a result of government-imposed regulatory delay, " according to Ed Regis, a science writer and author of the book, Golden Rice: The Imperiled Birth of a GMO Superfood. Regis writes that while Golden Rice has had countless detractors over the years, none were as hindering as government regulations.

Sunday, 2019/11/03 | 07:04:17

For as long as he could remember, Benito González from western Mexico had struggled to make ends meet and lived on the margin of society. As many indigenous peoples – anywhere – do.His life started to change for the better in 2016, when the Government of Mexico and FAO made it possible for Benito and others in his community to grow their own food. They started off with a 200-square-metre greenhouse, a drip irrigation system, and a 5 000-cubic-meter water tank.


Saturday, 2019/11/02 | 09:20:16

Rice is the most important staple food crop, and it feeds more than half of the world population. Brown planthopper (BPH) is a major insect pest of rice that causes 20–80% yield loss through direct and indirect damage. The identification and use of BPH resistance genes can efficiently manage BPH. A molecular marker-based genetic analysis of BPH resistance was carried out using 101 BC1F5 mapping population derived from a cross between a BPH-resistant indica variety Khazar and an elite BPH-susceptible line Huang–Huan–Zhan.

Friday, 2019/11/01 | 08:10:50

UP Los Baños Chancellor Fernando C. Sanchez called for renewed partnership and innovation in his keynote address during the International Conference on Food and Economic Security and Environmental Sustainability held in Cagayan State University on October 16-18, 2019. He underscored the importance of these two key drivers to face the current and emerging challenges im producing adequate supply of nutritious food; ensuring economic security, especially for farming families and communities; and protecting the environment in the midst of dwindling resources.

Thursday, 2019/10/31 | 08:16:33

A team of scientists published a policy forum article on the technological challenges of milestones when writing about genomes. The article focuses on identifying what technological advances are needed to secure the continuously changing field of synthetic biology. The authors also highlighted the need to keep its implementation safe and responsible.

Wednesday, 2019/10/30 | 09:24:38

Scientists at the Australian National University (ANU), ARC Centre of Excellence in Plant Energy Biology, and CSIRO Agriculture and Food have developed a new method to identify drought-resilient wheat quickly, cheaply, and accurately. Research leaders Dr. Arun Yadav and Dr. Adam Carroll said selecting wheat that can grow better during short- to medium-term drought is vital to help fight food insecurity around the world.

Tuesday, 2019/10/29 | 08:35:03

Mordor Intelligence reports that the global market for organic seeds was valued at USD 1,651.5 million in 2018 and is projected to reach a compound annual growth rate of 12.7% from 2019-2014. Polaris Market Research predicts that the global organic seed market will reach USD 5.35 billion by 2026. The increased availability of improved hybrid organic seeds could be attributed to molecular techniques such as cisgenesis and transgenesis used by several industrialized countries.

Monday, 2019/10/28 | 08:06:35

Farmers in Colombia’s northern maize-growing region of Córdoba had seen it all: too much rain one year, a searing drought another. In collaboration with a the government, a national growers association and researchers at the International Center for Tropical Agriculture (CIAT), they helped build and implement big-data tools that successfully increased yields in spite of the challenges presented by extreme weather and climate change

Designed & Powered by WEBSO CO.,LTD