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Tuesday, 2021/08/24 | 07:15:07

Agricultural weeds resist herbicides in one of two ways. In target-site resistance, a tiny mutation in the plant's genetic code means the chemical no longer fits in the protein it is designed to attack. In non-target-site resistance, the plant deploys a whole slew of enzymes that detoxify the chemical before it can cause harm. Target-site resistance is easy for scientists as they know the target protein and can look directly at the genetic code to figure out the mutation responsible.

Monday, 2021/08/23 | 07:32:07

After a careful evaluation of the genetically modified (GM) carnation SHD-27531-4, the Norwegian Scientific Committee for Food Safety Panel on Genetically Modified Organisms (VKM GMO Panel) concluded that the transgenic plant does not represent any environmental risk in Norway. The GM carnation is a transgenic variety of Dianthus caryophyllus L. that is used as a decorative species.

Sunday, 2021/08/22 | 06:20:54

International experts will serve as resource speakers in the workshop. Sessions in the first day of the workshop will be focused on the science and opportunities in poultry, aquaculture, swine, and cattle; as well as the policy considerations for biotech animals and the existing policies in selected countries. The second day sessions will tackle food, feed, and environmental safety assessments.

Saturday, 2021/08/21 | 06:32:19

In a Scientific Opinion, the Scientific Panel on Genetically Modified Organisms of the European Food Safety Authority (GMO Panel) has released its assessment of genetically modified (GM) cotton GHB811 for food and feed uses, according to the scope of the application EFSA-GMO-ES-2018-154 under Regulation (EC) No 1829/2003.

Friday, 2021/08/20 | 06:41:24

ISAAA, in collaboration with Murdoch University, is calling for participants to register in the virtual workshop on negotiation simulation involving science diplomacy on the regulation of gene-edited crops based on the Cartagena Protocol on Biosafety.The regulatory landscape of agri-biotechnology is quite complex, hence the need for multi-faceted science communication. Negotiation simulations are an effective way of helping interdisciplinary audiences understand policy nuances.

Thursday, 2021/08/19 | 07:17:51

If that sounds familiar, then FAO is here to help. Drawing on our experiences from around the world, we’ve consulted with local cooks, chefs and families to put together some fascinating and useful cookbooks. They’re designed to not only celebrate local cuisines, but to recognise the nutritious value of traditional meals eaten around the globe. Poor diets and disease are some of the top causes of undernutrition, so promoting sustainable, healthy recipes is key to helping households make informed food choices.

Tuesday, 2021/08/17 | 21:00:55

CRISPR-Cas genome editing system is revolutionizing agriculture. To optimize the integration of regulome and genomic variation for cereals, the researchers presented a guide RNA design tool. In this strategy, a guide sequence that matches a particular genomic DNA is placed in front of a synthetic RNA that consists of a scaffold sequence necessary for Cas-binding to form a guide RNA.

Tuesday, 2021/08/17 | 07:29:29

Plant breeder Josh Clevenger and computational biologist Walid Korani at HudsonAlpha Institute of Biotechnology have worked together to develop Khufu, a computational tool that can quickly and accurately identify and analyze complex genomes to improve crops for more robust and sustainable agriculture. Clevenger, a faculty investigator, wanted to bridge the gap between science and nature by rapidly introducing beneficial traits into cultivated crops.

Monday, 2021/08/16 | 08:44:56

Engineers from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and Harvard University have designed a small tabletop device that can detect SARS-CoV-2 from a saliva sample in about an hour. The diagnostic device relies on CRISPR technology and is just as accurate as the PCR tests now used.

Sunday, 2021/08/15 | 06:58:24

In the 1940s, Nobel Prize-winning CSHL geneticist Barbara McClintock discovered "jumping genes" in corn and how the plant uses them for adaptability, shuffling the genetic deck over generations. Now, CSHL scientists are still expanding on McClintock's work. Doreen Ware, a CSHL adjunct professor and research scientist at the US Department of Agriculture (USDA), and her colleagues have published the genome sequences of 26 corn stains in the journal Science, describing a large portion of the genetic diversity found in modern corn plants, including transposons and genes that regulate desired crop traits.


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