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PAU to debut reusable Bt cotton seeds

Ludhiana-based Punjab Agricultural University may become the first in India to develop genetically-modified open pollinating varieties of cotton whose seeds farmers can reuse, saving them a recurring cost and addressing a major criticism of Bt ... Financial Express, 1 week ago

Biocon's Kiran Mazumdar Shaw knocks on PMO door for movement on GM crops issue

NEW DELHI: While the Narendra Modi government has moved swiftly on a range of environmental issues— approving long-delayed projects, arguably clearing the backlog inherited from the UPA and bringing in processes to simplify green clearance— the ...
 Economic Times1 day ago

Careers in Psychology

Psychology is an extraordinarily diverse field with hundreds of career paths. Some specialties, like caring for people with mental and emotional disorders, are familiar to most of us. Others, like helping with the design of advanced computer systems ...
 American Psychological Association2 days ago

What's the matter with evolution?

Many reporters for decades have portrayed the evolution vs. creation debate as a battle of science vs. religion. With journalistic complicity, evolution backers have produced not only a chilling effect on debate within scientific ranks but a modern ...
 World Magazine1 week ago

Decision makers need not balance science versus nonsense on GM crops

New Delhi The moment you say GM food, you see a phalanx of activists lining up to shoot down any discussion on allowing it in India. But many scientists and some ecologists point to the benefits available from adoption of genetically modified (GM) ...
 ProKerala.com3 weeks ago 'Decision makers need not balance science versus nonsense on GM crops'  Daijiworldcom3 weeks ago 'Decision makers need not balance …  Yahoo! India3 weeks ago

Offshoots of a problem that must be uprooted

The GM crop controversy can tarnish Modi's image. Without remedial measures, the Opposition campaign in rural areas can turn into personal calumny against the Prime Minister as pro-multinational' and anti-farmer Inclement weather has wreaked havoc ...
 New Delhi Pioneer1 month ago

'Deeply Disturbed' RSS-Affiliate Asks Govt to Stop Field Trials of GM Crops

RSS-affiliate Swadeshi Jagran Manch (SJM) today said it was "deeply disturbed" at government "steam-rolling" its concerns over trials of genetically modified crops and sought the Environment Ministry's clarification on the trials in the wake of some ...
 Outlook India1 month ago
PHG Foundation

New strategy for uptake of regenerative medicine

A new report sets out a pathway for the UK to build on scientific excellence in regenerative medicine and accelerate transfer into clinical use. Background Regenerative medicine: a UK pathway is a report from the Regenerative Medicine Expert ...
 PHG Foundation1 month ago

Falling cotton prices

BYDANFES, AGENCY Kanhaiyyalal Patel, 52, cannot hide his disappointment as he contemplates a cheque for Rs.76,154 given to him by Saksham Industries for 1,800 kg of cotton. A farmer of Tunda village, in Mehsana's Unjha taluk in Gujarat, renowned ...
 Day After India2 months ago The need to combine Tech with Mech  Millennium Post2 months ago Falling cotton prices: Need to combine 'Tech with Mech'  ProKerala.com2 months ago
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