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Thursday, 2019/09/26 | 08:25:15

In South Korea, the National Center for GM Crops (NCGC) aims to enhance national food security and to turn agriculture into a major national leading industry by utilizing technological pipelines. NCGC has been developing GM crops that have been enhanced by agricultural useful traits as well as those that can be used as high value-added industrial materials.

Wednesday, 2019/09/25 | 08:13:30

A team from North Carolina University and University of Wisconsin-Madison released the results of their survey about gene drives, and found that the US public's support to it depends on the limits of the drive spread, the origin of the species targeted, and if the drive intends to replace or suppress the targeted species.

Tuesday, 2019/09/24 | 07:34:29

Twenty legislators and more than 100 of their staff from the Philippine House of Representatives joined the Forum on the Global Status of Biotechnology held on September 9, 2019. Dr. Carl Ramage, CEO & Managing Director of Rautaki Solutions and Dr. Saturnina Halos, President of the Biotechnology Coalition of the Philippines (BCP) discussed the global and local biotech trends focusing on genome editing and biotech regulations

Monday, 2019/09/23 | 07:53:25

Up to 17 million smallholder farmers planted GM crops in 2018, according to the International Service for the Acquisition of Agri-biotech Applications' report on the Global Status of Commercialized Biotech/GM Crops in 2018. The ISAAA report highlighted several benefits of adopting biotech crops, which favor the farmers.

Sunday, 2019/09/22 | 05:53:43

In response to the series of debt crises prevalent across emerging markets in the late 1990s, a permanent group of major world economies, known as the G20 (Group of Twenty nations), was formed in 1999 to promote international financial stability. G20 leaders hold annual summits, where they discuss trade and economic policy-related issues among member countries. Since 2008, however, the group’s agenda has expanded given the increasingly fluid nature of the world economic activities.

Saturday, 2019/09/21 | 08:02:38

In September, world leaders gather at United Nations Headquarters to signal how they will boost action to respond to the climate emergency and ensure the health and wellbeing of people, everywhere.Action is being taken to address these challenges. Investment in inclusive and sustainable economies can unleash significant opportunities for shared prosperity.

Friday, 2019/09/20 | 08:23:26

Within the cloud of icy rocks at the edge of the solar system lie objects that have remained virtually untouched since their formation more than four billion years ago. Last January, NASA’s New Horizons spacecraft made the first flyby of one such primitive sample, an object known as 2014 MU69 and nicknamed “Ultima Thule” (although that label has proved controversial*).

Thursday, 2019/09/19 | 08:20:29

As the global food system comes under increasing pressure, research is needed to boost productivity, reduce emissions, and manage climate-related risks and shocks in agriculture – particularly among smallholder farmers. The scale of agricultural research through CGIAR needs to double over the next ten years if the world is to meet urgent challenges posed by climate change, according to a report released today by the Global Commission on Adaptation.

Wednesday, 2019/09/18 | 08:18:06

A new sorghum hybrid developed using ICRISAT breeding material was recently given special recognition as the Outstanding Forage Hybrid 2019 for revolutionizing forage sorghum production in India.This is significant considering that currently, India – the world’s leading milk-producing country – has a major deficit of 35% for green fodder.

Tuesday, 2019/09/17 | 08:14:25

Corn, chocolate, tomato, avocado, chili peppers… when we think of Mexico, many delicious products come to mind. Those products are already part of many diets around world. However, unless you live in Mexico or one of its neighboring countries, you may never have tried cactus pear leaves or even heard of them. Actually, the cactus pear or prickly pear (officially called Opuntia but known as nopal in Mexico)

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