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June 28, 2015


Making sense of genomics in an age of change (Business Weekly)


May 6, 2015


Illumina backgrounder: The Agrigenomics Market - How researchers, breeders, and farms are using genomics to improve global food security


April 29, 2015


Panelists offer pros and cons of 'genomic revolution'


April 7, 2015


Infographic: Are Europeans more opposed to GMOs than North Americans? (Genetic Literacy Project)


February 20, 2015


Next-generation genomics key to global food and nutritional security


February 17, 2015


Words matter: U.S. National Peanut Board cautioned on research agreement (Southeast Farm Press)


November 29, 2014


Combining genome-wide association and QTL analysis: opportunities and challenges (ISB News Report)


November 23, 2014


Plant geneticist Howard-Yana Shapiro breaks 200 mph while keeping up with fast-moving genetics field (The Sacramento Bee)


October 28, 2014


New study uses DNA sequences to look back in time at key events in plant evolution


September 23, 2014


Is coffee gene sequencing enough?


September 22, 2014


ISB News Report - September 2014


July 25, 2014


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


July 22, 2014


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


June 16, 2014


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


May 22, 2014


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


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)


March 17, 2014


Nuevas variedades para producir tomates “a la carta” (HortoInfo)


Un español lidera en Holanda un grupo que secuencia el genoma de 150 tomates (Universo Canario)


January 31, 2014


Genomics – a new dawn


January 20, 2014


GMO-free bioscience to feed Africa's farming families (Ecologist)


October 19, 2013


"Find and replace" across an entire genome (National Geographic)
 


October 14, 2013


Texas A&M creates Texas-size genomic grant program


October 10, 2013


Mars collaborates to sequence Africa's neglected food crops (Nature Biotechnology)


July 25, 2013


No new Malthus: disruptive technologies will help feed 9 billion people by 2050 - Technologies like crop genomics and precision agriculture will help surmount challenges from climate change, falling yield growth, and growing demand, Lux Research says


July 15, 2013


Researchers warn that DNA puzzles are overwhelming computer systems (R&D Magazine)


July 2, 2013


Celebrating the coming of age of plant genomics


June 4, 2013


Decoding 'orphan crop' genomes could save millions of lives in Africa (The Guardian)


May 15, 2013


Genomic misconception: a fresh look at the biosafety of transgenic and conventional crops. A plea for a process agnostic regulation (NCIB)


April 10, 2013


Fleckige Nudeln ohne Biss: Forscher nehmen Hartweizen-Gene unter die Lupe


January 8, 2013


Scientists learning how multiple-genome plants reproduce


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