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August 13, 2014


Are geneticists who work for corporations less ethical than university researchers? (Genetic Literacy Project)


August 7, 2014


United Kingdom - First GM crops enriched with nutrients ready for harvest (The Telegraph)


August 5, 2014


Iowa, USA - Farmers and scientists discuss creating a climate resilient response in corn belt crops


July 29, 2014


Scientists throw light on the mechanism of plants’ ticking clock


July 25, 2014


ISB News Report, June / July 2014


Ancient varieties and new technology are key to food security


Scientists are urging EU policymakers to adopt a proportionate approach to a potentially revolutionary new plant breeding technology (Farmers Guardian)


July 23, 2014


A global strategy for ICARDA's wheat program


July 22, 2014


Video: Sequencing of bread wheat genome ‘game-changer’ for meeting climate change challenge (Genetic Literacy Project)


July 15, 2014


Major study documents benefits of organic farming


July 9, 2014


Radio tags reveal how pesticides are impairing bumblebees' ability to forage - Long-term exposure to a neonicotinoid pesticide harms bees' ability to forage for pollen and may be changing their choices of which flowers to visit


July 7, 2014


Discovery provides insights on how plants respond to elevated CO2 levels


July 2, 2014


More people means more plant growth, NASA data show


Genetically modified foods face hurdles (The Gainsville Sun)


July 1, 2014


The next green revolution may rely on microbes (PBS)


June 25, 2014


Examining Environmental Sciences Europe, the journal that republished Séralini study (Genetic Literacy Project)


Investment necessary to push wheat yields (Southwest Farm Press)


Transgene flow: Facts, speculations and possible counter measures (GM Crops and Food )


June 24, 2014


Scientists react to republished Séralini GMO maize rat study (Genetic Literacy Project)


United Kingdom - New crop research could open the door to better performing feed barley (Feed Navigator)


June 18, 2014


Simplot's GMO potato plan advances - The Boise agribusiness says that its Innate spuds reduce waste, but farmers might struggle to sell them (The Idaho Statesman)


June 16, 2014


Genomics and feeding the future - 2014 large-scale applied research project competition to focus on food safety, security and sustainable production


June 11, 2014


Dissertation: „Umweltwirkungen des Zuckerrübenanbaus - Analyse und Bewertung mit Umweltindikatoren“


Australian grain growers reinforce their commitment to GM wheat


June 10, 2014


Consumer Sensory Analysis of High Flavonoid Transgenic Tomatoes (Journal of Food Science)


June 6, 2014


100 Jahre Weizenzüchtung (Proplanta)


Fighting deadly disease, with grains of rice (The New York Times)


June 3, 2014


Hawaii, USA - GMO ban, research at odds? (West Hawaii Today)


May 30, 2014


Wheat breeders, Julie Borlaug speak out on wheat research, world hunger


May 29, 2014


Mississippi State University research associate finds her field in rice


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