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Friday, 2013/10/04 | 08:56:36

An international team led by researchers from the University of Calgary (UC) has made a genetic discovery that offers solution to canola's "green seed problem." The researchers have uncovered a plant gene regulatory network that could be genetically enhanced to prevent green seeds from occurring in mature canola.

Friday, 2013/10/04 | 08:53:32

During the meeting of Eminent Persons Group that happened in New York, USA, global leaders in business, knowledge management, and government encouraged the ministries, departments, and agencies of Nigeria, to support the work of Pres.

Thursday, 2013/10/03 | 08:08:12

The European Union and the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations formed a partnership in agricultural development to assist two million people in six countries. Countries which will be benefited include Burundi, Burkina Faso, Gambia, Haiti, Madagascar, and Mozambique. The project worth nearly €60 million came from the €1 billion EU initiative to enhance progress towards the Millennium Development Goals.

Tuesday, 2013/10/01 | 08:08:15

A new charity based at the Universities of Bath and Warwick will use expert knowledge of plants to develop crops for the future and tackle the global issue of food security. The charity, called Crop-Innovations, brings cutting-edge plant research to farmers to help increase the value of under-utilized crops

Monday, 2013/09/30 | 08:15:10

The National Academy of Science and Technology (NAST) Philippines released a statement regarding the anti-biotech groups' uprooting of Golden Rice plants under field trial in Camarines Sur last 8 August 2013. According to NAST, the disruption is "an act of sabotage of a lawfully and responsibly-conducted scientific experiment."

Monday, 2013/09/30 | 08:12:15

A team of biologists from Indiana University Bloomington led by Prof. David M. Kehoe has shown for the first time that a protein long been known as critical for the initiation of protein synthesis in all organisms can also play a role in the regulation of gene expression in some bacteria, and probably in land plants as well.

Saturday, 2013/09/28 | 16:42:14

A workshop on "Climate Change and Abiotic Stress" was organized by the Egypt Biotechnology Information Center (EBIC), on 23th September 2013 at Cairo University, Egypt. About 150 people representing researchers and students from different universities and research institutes attended the workshop.

Friday, 2013/09/27 | 08:35:51

The governor of Baringo County, Kenya, H.E Benjamin Cheboi has said that there is a gap between policy makers, scientists and the public on issues of biotechnology especially in the introduction of GM crops.

Friday, 2013/09/27 | 08:34:47

Alessandro Nicolia from the University of Perugia, Italy, and colleagues reviewed scientific papers on genetically engineered crop safety published during the last 10 years.

Thursday, 2013/09/26 | 07:52:17

A plant pathology research greenhouse was launched at the Central Field Crop Research Institute in Ankara, Turkey, allowing independent work in the country on yellow, leaf, and stem rust throughout the year

 

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