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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


May 28, 2014


Securing our future food production through better understanding of disease resistance genes in crops


May 25, 2014


While popularity eludes GE foods, agbiotech companies shift tactics (ISB News Report)


May 22, 2014


UC Davis program improves wheat nutrition, yield - Work continues to decode genetic clues to help private breeders (The Daily Democrat)


New Zealand - Innovation stifled by High Court decision, says Crown Research Institute Scion


Maize Genetics and Genomics Database Curator Dr. Jack Gardiner talks about the maize shoot apical meristem (SAM), new projects


May 21, 2014


The first GMO field tests (Modern Farmer)


May 14, 2014


United Kingdom - Growing our future: plant science to address global challenges and boost growth


May 13, 2014


Gene und Genome - Was macht ein Pflanzenzüchter?“


May 12, 2014


The new green revolution - A bigger rice bowl (The Economist)


Response from Bayer CropScience to Harvard School of Public Health study on neonicotinoids and honey bees


Corn dwarfed by temperature dip suitable for growing in caves, mines


Insect community driven by plant hormones


May 9, 2014


GM wheat presents 'attractive' gluten-free opportunity (Food Navigator)


Study strengthens link between neonicotinoids and collapse of honey bee colonies


May 8, 2014


Gesellschaftliche Relevanz der Pflanzenzüchtung muss sich in Engagement der Politik widerspiegeln


May 7, 2014


Deutsche Pflanzenzüchter für mehr Konstanz in Energie- und Agrarpolitik (DPA / Frankfurter Rundschau)


Investment in plant science pays off for farmers (CropLife International)


Economic development boosted by plant science (CropLife International)


As CO2 levels rise, some crop nutrients will fall


May 5, 2014


The bean genome - Researchers have puzzled out the genomes of crops such as soybeans. Now they’re turning their attention to the common bean (Grainews)


Light-sensitive "eyes" in plants
Växtens ljuskänsliga "ögon" kartlagda


May 2, 2014


Agriculture: Engage farmers in research (Nature)


April 30, 2014


Engineering crops to help fight global warming (Genetic Literacy Project)


April 29, 2014


O Futuro do Desenvolvimento Tecnológico da Agricultura Brasileira


April 28, 2014


Basic knowledge of plant chemicals provides foundation for solving food-related problems


April 26, 2014


The fine tuning of flowering time


April 25, 2014


Demand-driven plant variety design


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