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Thursday, 2021/03/11 | 08:36:51

The curriculum was developed to help students learn about food agriculture and the uses of biotechnology in the food supply. US teachers who are experts in agriculture, biology, environmental science, technology, and other related fields teamed up with the Food and Drug Administration, Department of Agriculture, and the Environmental Protection Agency to design the curriculum. The team also made sure that it is science-based and that it meets the country's current education standards.

Wednesday, 2021/03/10 | 07:47:07

A week after the first confirmed COVID-19 case in Slovakia, 783 respondents with ages 18-84 were asked to rate how much they believe various conspiracy theories such as "SARS-CoV-2 (coronavirus) is a biological weapon created to eliminate the overcrowded human population" and "COVID-19 (coronavirus) is only a fabrication, it is an ordinary flu which pharmaceutical companies rebranded to increase the sales of drugs.

Wednesday, 2021/03/10 | 07:44:31

Eight Biotechnology Information Centers (BICs) from across Asia met to give their commitment to continue promoting the different fields of biotechnology to beneficiaries as the technology evolves and branches out even more. The online meeting, hosted by ISAAA SEAsiaCenter, was attended by representatives from China, Japan, Vietnam, Indonesia, Thailand, Pakistan, Malaysia, and the Philippines on March 2, 2021.

Monday, 2021/03/08 | 08:24:39

The new process developed by UIC's Bradley Merrill, lead author of the paper published in Molecular Cell, involves using special molecules called guide RNA that ferry the Cas9 enzyme within the cell and determine the precise DNA sequence at which Cas9 will cut. They call their specially engineered guide RNA molecules "proGuides," and the molecules allow for the programmed sequential editing of DNA using Cas9.

Sunday, 2021/03/07 | 07:00:37

This is something we needed to know about, support, promote and make better known at the national level in order to benefit to the maximum,” said Minister Mohamed Ould Mahmoud while on a visit to the ICRISAT research station in Samanko with a group of high-level members of the Malian Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Fisheries. The Minister commended the organization’s contribution to sorghum, millet and legumes research for food and fodder security and the role of the genebank in protecting the crops’ genetic resources in the region.

Saturday, 2021/03/06 | 06:15:00

A whopping 49% increase in cropping area, 153 % increase in production and 68 % increase in productivity since 2000 – these numbers show the phenomenal expansion of pigeonpea in Malawi sparked by wilt-resistant medium-duration varieties developed by ICRISAT scientists. The new varieties provided a sustainable solution to farmers affected by the dwindling ‘Chiperoni’ rains in Southern Malawi, a traditional pigeonpea growing area.

Friday, 2021/03/05 | 08:02:20

Scientists from Penn State University used CRISPR-Cas9 to successfully produce caterpillars that lack a specific enzyme that inhibits the plant's response to alert neighboring plants of the presence of herbivores nearby. The study identified an enzyme, glucose oxidase (GOX), found in the saliva of tomato fruitworm caterpillars. GOX was found to be responsible for the closing of the stomata in plants preventing its plant defensive emissions known as herbivore-induced plant volatiles (HPV).

Thursday, 2021/03/04 | 08:31:05

It will be difficult to take the measure of the man, Dr. Takashi Sugimura, who died on September 6, 2020, since so much has been written about his persona and his status as an internationally recognized biochemical cancer researcher. It goes without saying that the scientific community has lost an extraordinary human being. However, at least he left us the shoulder of a giant on which to stand.

Saturday, 2021/03/06 | 06:18:24

The Director-General of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), QU Dongyu, has appealed for urgent aid to fight the humanitarian crisis in Yemen as UN agencies work to prevent a large-scale famine in the country.The Director-General made the appeal in a video message recorded for today's virtual UN High-Level Pledging Event on the Humanitarian Crisis in Yemen, convened by the UN Secretary-General, António Guterres, and co-hosted by the Governments of Sweden and Switzerland.

Tuesday, 2021/03/02 | 07:09:26

On February 23, 2021, 24 World Food Prize Laureates through the World Food Prize Foundation released an open letter, U.S. Leadership Needed to Help End World Hunger, urging the Biden-Harris Administration to focus on alleviating hunger, poverty, and malnutrition around the globe.

 

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