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Thursday, 2014/04/17 | 08:31:48

2014 Conference Sessions:

I. Advances in Metabolite Markers for Personalized Medicine
II. Metabolite Identification - Targets and Hits & Pathways
III. Standardization & Validation
IV. Computational Approaches to Assessing the Metabolome
V. Technological Advances
VI. Clinical Assays for Metabolite Markers

 

Thursday, 2014/04/17 | 08:00:12

The Asian Biotechnology and Development Review has published an article, "Ten Lessons from Biotechnology Experiences in Crops, Livestock, and Fish for Smallholders in Developing Countries." Written by James D. Dargie, John Ruane, and Andrea Sonnino, the article is a project by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO).

Wednesday, 2014/04/16 | 08:09:05

Botany Professor Simon Gilroy and his colleagues from the University of Wisconsin-Madison showed in their recent study what has eluded scientists for a long time: calcium is involved in rapid plant cell communication. Gilroy and his team found about it by accident when they used a calcium sensor as a control in their studies.

Wednesday, 2014/04/16 | 08:06:14

Scientists from the University of Udine, Italy successfully modelled a prototype for a DNA origami nanorobot that can potentially deliver biological activators in living organisms. The nanorobot is cylindrical in shape, with a diameter of 14nm, length of 48nm, and has a switchable flap

Tuesday, 2014/04/15 | 08:14:57

The National Center for GM Crops (NCGC) in association with Plant Genomics and Breeding Institute (PGBI) and Research Team for Crop Genomics and Breeding is organizing the seminar series on Plant Biotechnology on April 4, June 3, and August 28, 2014 at Hoam Faculty House, Convention Center, in Seoul National University, South Korea.

Tuesday, 2014/04/15 | 08:15:11

Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development Cao Duc Phat pronounced that "Genetically modified crop is an achievement of humanity and Vietnam should not ignore it," to the members of the parliament and various stakeholders attending the forum on the Application of Science and Technology on April 8, 2014

Monday, 2014/04/14 | 08:24:26

Researchers at Michigan Technological University have identified a set of genes that could be key to the development of the next generation of super rice. Biologist Ramakrishna Wusirika and PhD student Rafi Shaik uncovered more than 1,000 genes in rice that appear to play key roles in managing its response to biotic and abiotic stresses. Wusirika and Shaik discovered that 1,377 from the approximately 3,800 genes involved in rice's stress response played a role in both types of stress.

Monday, 2014/04/14 | 08:21:33

The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) report, which was released this week, concludes that climate change is already damaging food production and increasing food prices, and will have further impacts in the future. The highly anticipated document raises fresh concerns for food security and farming, especially in tropical regions like South Asia and sub-Saharan Africa.

Saturday, 2014/04/12 | 06:47:43

The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) report, which was released this week, concludes that climate change is already damaging food production and increasing food prices, and will have further impacts in the future. The highly anticipated document raises fresh concerns for food security and farming, especially in tropical regions like South Asia and sub-Saharan Africa.

Friday, 2014/04/11 | 07:38:37

The group of multinational crop geneticists at the International Peanut Genome Initiative (IPGI) has successfully sequenced the peanut genome. The researchers sequenced the parental genomes: Arachis duranensis and Arachis ipaensis, of the cultivated peanut. The sequences give researchers access to 96 percent of all peanut genes in their genomic context, providing the molecular map needed for faster breeding of drought- and disease-resistant, lower-input and higher-yielding varieties of peanuts.

 

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