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Wednesday, 2019/10/09 | 08:53:40

More than a decade ago, amphibian microbial ecologist Reid Harris watched a mother salamander as she marched in a figure-eight pattern through her clutch of soft, jellylike eggs. He knew that her strange walk, rubbing up against her brood, transferred beneficial bacteria from her skin onto the eggs to fight off fungal infection. Then something clicked.

Tuesday, 2019/10/08 | 08:18:12

The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) has launched an emergency project under its Technical Cooperation Programme to help countries in Latin America and the Caribbean fight the spread of Fusarium wilt, a fungal plant disease that can wipe out the banana crops upon which the livelihoods of millions of people depend.

Monday, 2019/10/07 | 08:45:23

Studies conducted at the Australian Plant Phenomics Facility (APPF) showed experimental genetically modified (GM) wheat lines has the potential to significantly increase yields. These lines ‘overexpress' three wild-type plant genes, either individually or in combination, and were developed to test whether targeting individual wheat genes could lead to improvements in yield.

Sunday, 2019/10/06 | 07:01:00

Credible media reporting has been hailed for improving public attitude and acceptance of agricultural biotechnology in Kenya. This was during a science journalism award ceremony held on September 26, 2019 in Nairobi, Kenya. Hosted by the Open Forum on Agricultural Biotechnology in Africa (OFAB) Kenya chapter, the annual competition awarded journalists who have been passionate in reporting on innovative biotechnologies for national development.

Saturday, 2019/10/05 | 08:17:21

Brazil aims to continue improving GM crop adoption and research by dedicating 2,400 scientists for research and development of GM crops. This is according to Tereza Cristina Corrêa Da Costa Dias, Minister of Agriculture, Livestock and Food Supply, who visited United Arab Emirates to initiate partnerships in improving the agricultural sector.

Friday, 2019/10/04 | 08:18:44

University of Saskatchewan's Stuart J. Smyth detailed the human health benefits from genetically modified (GM) crops particularly those of small landhold farmers in developing countries. The publication tackled situations such as pesticide reduction, suicide rates, lowered cancer incidences, and mental and nutritional benefits

Thursday, 2019/10/03 | 08:00:56

Peptidergic signaling is an ancient manner of intertissue communication in multicellular organisms. Even the early eukaryote Trichoplax, with its limited 6-tissue repertoire, uses peptides to communicate between its tissues (1). Humans use peptidergic communication not only to transfer signals between tissues, but also to employ peptide signals in brain and peripheral nerve tracts to efficiently transfer information regarding hunger

Wednesday, 2019/10/02 | 08:03:25

Having Member States’ support and buy-in is paramount to FAO successfully rolling out new initiatives, such as the new Hand-in-Hand Initiative, to help accelerate achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals - especially ending poverty and hunger - and not leaving anyone behind.

Tuesday, 2019/10/01 | 08:18:00

Hassan Muhumed Abdilaahi waves from the small green tuk-tuk that has brought him from home to his beloved and ever-growing apiary. Having expanded his business from two hives in 2013 to 150 today, the beekeeper has good reason to smile. His friends describe him as “born with a bee” — a local saying for someone who is very knowledgeable and passionate about something

Monday, 2019/09/30 | 08:18:17

On September 3, 2018, an unpowered experimental sailplane made history by flying into the stratosphere. After leaving from El Calafate, a town near the Southern Patagonian Ice Field in Argentina, glider pilots Jim Payne and Tim Gardner surfed on enormous airborne waves emanating from the Andes Mountains. They achieved a world record height of 23,203 meters—higher than a Lockheed U-2 spy plane’s cruising altitude

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