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Tuesday, 2013/10/15 | 08:18:10

The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences has decided to award The Sveriges Riksbank Prize in Economic Sciences in Memory of Alfred Nobel for 2013 to

Monday, 2013/10/14 | 15:09:25

Biotech corn has increased Philippine corn production leading to a possible export of 50,000 to 100,000 metric tons (MT) of grains to other countries such as South Korea and Malaysia. This year, Ploughshares Inc. exported a total of 467 MT of corn silage to South Korea.

Monday, 2013/10/14 | 08:33:11

The Univesity of California, Davis is leading an international team to sequence the genome of the goatgrass Aegilops tauschii, a wild relative of common bread wheat that is responsible for the bread-making quality found in wheat.

Saturday, 2013/10/12 | 14:49:17

he ongoing confined trials in Uganda on genetically modified (GM) maize resistant to stem-borer is showing promising results. In a recent interview with journalists, Dr. Michael Otim, the principal project investigator at the National Crop Resources Research Institute in Namulonge, told The East African that all the eight lines of GM maize planted in the confined field trial in Mount Rwenzori, western Uganda, have proved resistant to the pest compared with the 12 lines of non-GM maize.

Friday, 2013/10/11 | 12:55:44

Scientists from the National University of Colombia and the International Center for Tropical Agriculture (CIAT) have found a way to fast track the improvement of the nutritional value of cassava, particularly vitamin A, from eight years to three.

Friday, 2013/10/11 | 08:18:23

An international team led by the University of Georgia's Plant Genome Mapping Laboratory will work toward sustainable intensification of sorghum production, with funding from the US Agency for International Development (USAID).

Friday, 2013/10/11 | 08:15:46

Vivian Moses of King's College and Graham Brookes of PG Economics published an article discussing the objectives, purposes, and implications of GM-free agriculture. The article was published in the special issue of GM Crops and Food.

Thursday, 2013/10/10 | 09:07:57

More than one hundred agricultural organizations and academics have expressed their appreciation for The World Food Prize's theme "The Next Borlaug Century: Biotechnology, Sustainability and Climate Volatility". The award is given to individuals with exemplary contribution in improving the quality and quantity of global food supply.

Wednesday, 2013/10/09 | 08:24:56

A document issued by the Court of Justice of the European Union (ECJ) declaring that "the European Commission has failed to fulfill its obligations under EU laws on the deliberate release into the environment of genetically modified organisms and by failing to submit to the Council a proposal relating to the measures to be taken in laying down the procedure for the exercise of implementing powers conferred on the Commission."

Tuesday, 2013/10/08 | 08:18:40

In response to Italy's request prohibiting the placing on the market of genetically modified maize MON810, the European Commission requested EFSA on May 29, 2013 to assess the documents submitted by Italy. The EFSA GMO Panel considered the relevance of concerns raised by Italy in the light of the most recent and relevant scientific data published in the scientific literature.

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