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Monday, 2014/03/31 | 13:05:27

A team of researchers, including the Carnegie Institution for Science led by Joe Berry reveals a new approach for measuring photosynthetic activity using satellite technology to calculate light that is emitted by plant leaves as a byproduct of photosynthesis. Called fluorescence, this light is produced when sunlight excites the photosynthetic pigment chlorophyll.

Monday, 2014/03/31 | 07:55:18

 The Paraguayan Minister of Agriculture Jorge Gattini announced the official approval for a new genetically engineered (GE) corn event on February 25, 2014. The new GE corn, MON89034 x TC1507 x NK603 "Power Core" was developed by Monsanto and Dow Agrosciences. Power Core is a new corn hybrid that combines two herbicide tolerant genes and three genes resistant to pests of economic importance to Paraguay.

Sunday, 2014/03/30 | 07:05:17

ISAAA releases the Norman Borlaug Centenary emblem as part of the world-wide centenary (25 March 1914 to 25 March 2014) celebrations of the birth of the Nobel Peace Laureate, Norman Borlaug.  The Emblem features the US Congressional gold medal he was awarded, and a sculpture of Borlaug, designed by the renowned sculptor, Benjamin Victor; the original imposing 7 ft tall bronze sculpture was unveiled in the US Capitol in Washington DC on 25 March 2014 during the centenary celebration.

Saturday, 2014/03/29 | 06:18:42

The United Nations celebrated the World Water Day 2014 last March 22 highlighting the deep-rooted relationships of water and energy. According to Michel Jarraud, Secretary-General of the World Meterological Organization and Chair of UN-Water, water and energy are among the world's pre-eminent challenges. UN forecasts that by 2030, the global population will require 35% more food, 40% more water, and 50% more energy.

Wednesday, 2014/03/26 | 07:55:28

24 March 2014, Tunis - Despite important economic progress and agricultural successes, Africa remains the world’s most food insecure continent, with relatively low levels of agricultural productivity, low rural incomes, and high rates of malnutrition, FAO said today.

Tuesday, 2014/03/25 | 08:46:49

On 22 March, World Water Day will focus attention on one of the world’s precious resources: freshwater. This year’s theme emphasizes the interdependency of water and energy. Water is crucial for generating energy either directly or indirectly; and energy is needed to pump, treat and transport water to a wide range of users.

Tuesday, 2014/03/25 | 08:45:24

Researchers from the University of York in collaboration with John Innes Centre and other research institutions investigated the genetic clues that could help develop trees tolerant to ash dieback. Dr. Martin Trickfrom JIC used the data generated by The Genome Analysis Centre and developed a catalogue of genetic variations of most resistant Danish trees strain known asTree 35 that led to disease resistance. He also recorded how highly the genes were expressed, and found that the activity of some genes seems to be linked with disease resistance.

Monday, 2014/03/24 | 14:11:11

Economic growth will not reduce poverty, improve equality and produce jobs unless it is inclusive. Inclusive growth is also essential for the achievement of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs). The globalization process, when properly managed, becomes an important ingredient for inclusive growth. In this context, UNDP works to make real improvements in people’s lives, opening up their choices and opportunities.

Monday, 2014/03/24 | 08:05:54

UK Council for Science and Technology released a letter to the Prime Minster about the risks and benefits of biotechnology and what the government can do to enhance the quality of debate, decision-making and regulation in the UK and Europe.

Monday, 2014/03/24 | 08:03:49

Scientists at Swinburne University of Technology have discovered how wheat seedlings defend themselves against bacteria in their exploratory work on wheat genes and their resistance to bacteria and fungi.

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