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Report forecasts biotech contribution in food production
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ISAAA releases updated agricultural biotechnology booklet

The booklet Agricultural Biotechnology (A Lot More Than Just GM Crops) explains and compares tools of agri-biotech includingconventional breeding, tissue culture and micropropagation, molecular breeding and marker-assisted selection, and genetic ... AgProfessional, 1 month ago

Study shows consumers perceptions and knowledge of GMOs in Belgium

ISAAA Consumer awareness, perceptions, and knowledge of GM in Belgium was investigated by Maggie Jo Pruitt from the University of Arkansas. The findings will be used to determine the need for different educational programs on GM products. The ...
 EuropaBio2 weeks ago

East Africa divided over adoption of GM foods

Should the East African Community embrace genetically modified organisms and why? These are the questions dividing scientists, politicians and activists with some feeling that Kenya could lose its lead role in adopting the technology that has been ...
 HispanicBusiness.com1 day ago

Bangladesh leads in production of Bt brinjal

DHAKA: Bangladesh is leading the world in commercial production after the country's government gave approval for this last year, according to a leading not-for-profit international organisation that shares the benefits of crop biotechnology with ...
 The Gulf Today2 days ago Bangladesh leading in commercial production of Bt brinjal  ProKerala.com3 days ago

Africa: GM - Good Crop/Bad Crop

IN The conservative views of international agencies and rich-world environmentalists are denying Africa access to technology that could improve its own food security, and is transforming agriculture elsewhere in the developing world Felix M'mboyi, ...
 AllAfrica.com2 days ago GM's potential in Africa impeded by dysfunctional debate  SciDev.net4 days ago Debate what's wrong with GM  SciDev.net1 month ago

Hokkaido farmers hopeful for field trials of GM crops

Source Crop Biotech Update (ISAAA) Date 23 July 2014 Website Farmers in Hokkaido expressed their enthusiasm to field trial GM crops during the two symposia conducted in Hokkaido University and Obihiro ...
 Truth About Trade4 days ago

GM crops can help India meet its food security needs

Source The Financial Express (India) By Sandip Das Date 16 July 2014 Website The new environment minister Prakash Javadekar is yet to take a call on allowing further trials of genetically-modified (GM) crops ...
 Truth About Trade1 week ago

Study on news reports on Golden Rice experiment

Source Crop Biotech Update (ISAAA) Date 9 July 2014 Website Scientists from University of Illinois and Temple University investigated the media frames and rhetorical devices in Chinese media that shaped ...
 Truth About Trade2 weeks ago
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Research shows promise for drought tolerant crops

Source Crop Biotech Update (ISAAA) Date 2 July 2014 Website Scientists at the John Innes Centre together with colleagues at the University of Jordan have developed barley plants which have four times ...
 Truth About Trade3 weeks ago
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Nigerian minister addresses misinformation on GM

Source Crop Biotech Update (ISAAA) Date 2 July 2014 Website Nigeria's Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development, Dr. Akinwumi Adesina, addressed the issues on GM food mentioned in news reports that ...
 Truth About Trade3 weeks ago
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