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Friday, 2020/05/29 | 08:27:14

Perhaps now more than ever (1), it is abundantly clear that viruses can rapidly and dramatically alter host populations, both by direct mortality and by changing the way hosts interact with each other. Like macroscopic organisms, bacteria also contend with their own viruses. Called bacteriophages (or simply, phages), these nanometer-scale parasites are the most numerous, yet least well-characterized, forms of “life” on the planet (23).

Thursday, 2020/05/28 | 08:20:25

As the United Nations Decade on Biodiversity 2011–2020 comes to a close and countries prepare to adopt a post-2020 global biodiversity framework, this edition of The State of the World’s Forests (SOFO) examines the contributions of forests, and of the people who use and manage them, to the conservation and sustainable use of biodiversity.

Wednesday, 2020/05/27 | 08:23:49

University of California Riverside scientists have solved a 20-year-old genetics puzzle that could help protect wheat, barley, and other crops from the devastating infection of Brome Mosaic virus. This virus primarily affects grasses such as wheat and barley, and occasionally affects soybeans as well.

Tuesday, 2020/05/26 | 08:19:39

ISAAA is monitoring the progress of research on COVID-19 treatments using plant-based technologies such as genetic engineering and genome editing, as well as other related techniques. We also keep track of the pandemic's effect on food security and agriculture. This is our effort to provide science-based information that can help the public make decisions and actions to mitigate and recover from the impact of COVID-19. We have summarized all publications and articles related to COVID-19 in the COVID-19 Resource page of the ISAAA website.

Monday, 2020/05/25 | 08:21:26

Cas12b/C2c1 has been identified as class 2 endonuclease that can be used for targeted genome editing in rice and mammals. To elucidate its potential applications in dicots, CRISPR-Cas12b system was tested in Arabidopsis thaliana. Researchers from Hebei University of Science and Technology in China selected BvCas12b and BhCas12b v4 for analysis

Monday, 2020/05/25 | 08:20:07

Cassava researchers in Kenya have asked the Government to approve a disease-resistant genetically modified (GM) cassava which can protect the farmers cultivating the crop from devastating losses. An application by Kenya Agricultural and Livestock Research Organization (KALRO) for environmental release and commercialization of brown streak disease (CBSD) resistant cassava line 4046 has been submitted to the National Biosafety Authority (NBA).

Sunday, 2020/05/24 | 07:00:54

Two billion people around the world are suffering from protein and micronutrient deficiencies. The results of a new study by the ICRISAT may be able to significantly reduce those deficiencies, through a combination of millets and legumes that creates a highly digestible, complete protein that is packed with nutrients.

Saturday, 2020/05/23 | 06:04:51

Biopharmaceutical company Medicago announced on May 14, 2020, that its vaccine candidate for COVID-19 induced a positive antibody response only 10 days after a single dose in mice. In early March, the company produced a Virus-Like Particle (VLP) of the coronavirus just 20 days after obtaining the SARS-CoV-2 genome sequence and quickly initiated pre-clinical testing. Medicago uses proprietary plant-based technology to develop protein-based therapeutics. Instead of traditional vaccine development, the company uses VLPs that mimic the shape and dimensions of a virus.

Friday, 2020/05/22 | 08:11:14

As COVID-19 continues to threaten the lives and livelihoods of millions of people in Southeast Asia, additional concerns are being raised about the longer term health of the sub-region’s food systems – a complex matrix involving farmers, fishers, labourers, drivers, cold storage, food processors, retailers, and consumers.

Thursday, 2020/05/21 | 08:07:11

FAO is committed to transforming food and agricultural systems so that they are more climate-smart, resilient and biodiversity-friendly, said FAO Director-General QU Dongyu at the virtual meeting of the United Nations System Chief Executives Board for Coordination (CEB). The meeting is the United Nations’ highest-level coordination forum, and brought together the Principals of 31 UN system entities.

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