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Saturday, 2022/09/24 | 06:34:45

Nanjing Agricultural University researchers reported how they improved soybean's resistance to Phytophthora without compromising growth. Their findings are published in Phytopathology Research. A plant's immune system is turned on when it perceives the presence of pathogens. An active immune system impacts growth, making it a challenge to balance plant immunity and growth in breeding disease resistance.

Friday, 2022/09/23 | 08:25:49

You are invited to the 8th Plant Genomics & Gene Editing Congress Asia on November 15-16, 2022 at DoubleTree by Hilton, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Co-located with the 3rd Microbiome for Agriculture Congress Asia, this congress will dive deeper into plant genomics and gene editing through a series of case studies and examination of the latest scientific research. This congress will explore how gene editing technologies, novel breeding techniques, and omic technologies are applied for the development of key crops in Asia.

Thursday, 2022/09/22 | 08:24:07

The online event is the third part of a webinar series and will provide an overview of the status and opportunities of animal biotechnology for food and agriculture globally. It will also discuss the research and development opportunities, and regulations of animal biotechnology in the Philippines.  The webinar will feature Dr. Carl Ramage, Managing Director of Rautaki Solutions Ltd. based in Melbourne, Australia, and Dr. Claro Mingala

Wednesday, 2022/09/21 | 08:19:33

Researchers led by Stacey Smith, a professor at the University of Colorado-Boulder have sequenced the genome of Iochroma cyaneum, a wild shrub in the tomatillo tribe of the tomato family. After sequencing the Iochroma genome and assembling the sequences into chromosomes, Smith's team compared it to other members of the family. The broader tomato family has almost 3,000 species.

 

Tuesday, 2022/09/20 | 08:24:12

Biotechnology and biosafety stakeholders in Nigeria validated and adopted the national guidelines on the regulation of genetically modified (GM) plants with stacked genes on July 25, 2022, in Abuja. The guidelines provide guidance and information on the risk assessment and risk management requirements and procedures for plants with GM stacked events.

Monday, 2022/09/19 | 08:13:28

ISAAA and partners are organizing Pre-COPMOP2022: Asian Regional Workshop on Current and Upcoming Items Under the CBD and its Protocols on October 5-6, 2022, via Zoom. The registration is now open to all interested participants. The workshop is open to stakeholders involved in modern agbiotech and biosafety policies and regulations, research and development, trade, and awareness and will focus on a general recap of the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) and its protocols and a debriefing of the discussions in the last COPMOPs.

 

Sunday, 2022/09/18 | 06:58:06

The CrispResist Project is led by the Norwegian food research institute, Nofima, in partnership with researchers from Norway, the United Kingdom, the United States, Canada, Sweden, and Australia. It aims to investigate the possibilities of using gene editing as a tool to manage the parasitic salmon louse without sacrificing the fish's health and welfare. Salmon louse is a natural parasite and one of the biggest challenges in aquaculture.

Saturday, 2022/09/17 | 07:27:30

In the race against time to feed the growing global population, all available options to attain sustainable agriculture need to be utilized. Experts from Brazil and Argentina are proposing to use organic agriculture and genome editing in crops side by side to achieve food security. Organic agriculture and agricultural biotechnology have always been publicly viewed at the opposite ends of the spectrum resulting in small farmers believing that the two agricultural systems are incompatible

Friday, 2022/09/16 | 08:17:40

The Department of Entomology at Texas A&M AgriLife, U.S. Department of Agriculture National Institute of Food and Agriculture, and Cotton Incorporated are working on a collaborative three-year project to research novel pest management tools for cotton production. Titled Modifying Terpene Biosynthesis in Cotton to Enhance Insect Resistance Using a Transgene-free CRISPR-Cas9 Approach, the project could provide positive cost-benefit results that ripple through the economy and environment.

Thursday, 2022/09/15 | 08:28:18

A three-year study conducted in Yitong in the Jilin province of China provided more proof of how safe transgenic maize is to non-target insects, as it concluded that two transgenic maize varieties had no significant effect on the arthropod communities in the field. The transgenic maize varieties DBN9868 and DBN9936 were planted in the field from June to September of each year from 2015 to 2017.

 

 

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