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Thursday, 2024/06/20 | 06:54:18

Biomedical engineers at Duke University developed an ultrathin silk membrane that can be used in an organ-on-a-chip (OOC) model to mimic the natural environment of cells and tissues within the body. Their findings, published in Science Advances, open new opportunities to improve organs like the brain, liver, and lungs, and contribute to the development of test therapeutics. OOC systems have helped researchers better understand human biology through dynamic modeling of tissue structures, studying organ functions, and modeling diseases.


Wednesday, 2024/06/19 | 08:37:34

Maize is a widely grown crop worldwide and is essential to global food security. However, like other plants, its growth and productivity are limited by the slow activity of Rubisco, the enzyme responsible for carbon assimilation during photosynthesis. Scientists from the Boyce Thompson Institute (BTI) have demonstrated a promising approach to enhancing Rubisco production to improve photosynthesis and overall plant growth.

Tuesday, 2024/06/18 | 08:07:53

Researchers from the University of Florida's Center for Advanced Bioenergy and Bioproducts Innovation (CABBI) made genetic tweaks to sugarcane that led to improved yield. The results of this breakthrough are reported in the Plant Biotechnology Journal. Sugarcane is the largest crop by biomass yield globally, providing 80% of the world's sugar and 40% of the biofuel produced worldwide. The plant size and water use efficiency of sugarcane make it one of the best candidates for developing advanced, renewable, value-added bioproducts and biofuels


Monday, 2024/06/17 | 08:25:52

The International Rice Research Institute (IRRI) is accelerating research and partnerships on low-emission technologies and enabling policy frameworks to help Southeast Asia harness the potential of a rice carbon market. “The pulling force of the climate-resilient rice market is its ability to incentivize and motivate farmers to change their practices. Realizing a vibrant carbon market for rice and agriculture in the region is a delicate dance and one that will rest on more coordinated and elaborate effort across the value chain


Sunday, 2024/06/16 | 07:12:33

World fisheries and aquaculture production has hit a new high, with aquaculture production of aquatic animals surpassing capture fisheries for the first time, according to a new report from the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) released today. The 2024 edition of The State of World Fisheries and Aquaculture (SOFIA) said global fisheries and aquaculture production in 2022 surged to 223.2 million tonnes, a 4.4 percent increase from the year 2020. Production comprised 185.4 million tonnes of aquatic animals and 37.8 million tonnes of algae.

Saturday, 2024/06/15 | 06:04:11

In rural communities, women play a crucial, yet often overlooked, role in agricultural production and sustainable land management. Women's associations, if provided with equitable opportunities, are poised to drive significant economic development through traditional and innovative utilization of natural resources. Recognizing this, the SERVIR West Africa (SERVIR WA) program, supported by USAID and NASA, and implemented by ICRISAT and partners, is leveraging Earth Observation data and geospatial tools to identify and amplify economic opportunities for women in select municipalities.

Friday, 2024/06/14 | 08:45:26

By Rachel Kibui with special thanks to Dr. Carlo Fadda and Dr. Gloria Otieno, Alliance of Bioversity International and CIAT. The villages in Nyando, Kenya, tell stories of communities where subsistence farming is based maize, sorghum, millet and other seasonal crops, which are generally planted on small monoculture plots. However, Evelyn Okoth’s farm stands out for its diversity, proving that farmers can manage their farms to grow more than one crop at a time.

Thursday, 2024/06/13 | 08:04:29

Scientists from King's College London developed a novel technique of drug delivery that uses proline amino acid derived from chicken feathers. Their research may reduce chemotherapy's side effects and repair essential enzymes. Chemotherapy is a common treatment for cancer patients. However, chemo can also eliminate the healthy cells that surround the tumors, which can cause adverse side effects, such as nerve damage and hair loss


Wednesday, 2024/06/12 | 08:25:00

The Australian Gene Technology Regulator (OGTR) is inviting comments on an application from Trigall Australia to conduct a field trial of wheat genetically modified for increased tolerance to environmental stresses. The field trial is proposed to run at 10 sites with a total area of 20 hectares/year for over five years. The field trial site will be in New South Wales, Victoria, and South Australia. The GM wheat grown in this field trial would not be used for human food or animal feed.


Tuesday, 2024/06/11 | 08:18:24

ISAAA Inc. participated in the results promotion of the Horizon Scan on the Biotechnology Path of the Philippines organized by the National Committee on Biosafety of the Philippines (NCBP). Anchored by the foundations of PAGTANAW 2050 of the National Academy of Science and Technology (NAST), the horizon scan presents significant results to see the future of biotechnology in the Philippines.


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