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January 28, 2016


Proposal for the assessment of new methods in plant breeding - International group of scientists calls for common sense in the application of high-precision genome-editing methods
Vorschlag zur Einstufung neuer Methoden in der Pflanzenzucht - Internationale Gruppe von Wissenschaftlern appelliert, neue gentechnische Züchtungsmethoden sinnvoll zu nutzen


January 6, 2016


Does the current plant patent system restrict innovation and hurt small breeders? (Genetic Literacy Project)


Wheat genome sequencing gets major boost - A high quality bread wheat reference sequence will be available in less than two years


January 5, 2016


What a 'CERN' for agricultural science could look like 


January 4, 2016


La tecnología CRISPR es usada eficazmente para editar genes específicos de plantas 


Phenotyping workshop at PAG XXIV - Do we really need digital plant phenotyping?


December 10, 2015


Research Institute of Organic Agriculture (FiBL) releases new edition of "Plant breeding techniques. An assessment for organic farming"


December 3, 2015


Current Legal Issues in Intellectual Property Rights and Protection for Crop Plants (Crop Science)


Will breakthroughs in genetic technology make genetic engineered crops more palatable? (Lexicology)


Agriculture: A new breed of edits - Genome editing allows much smaller changes to be made to DNA compared with conventional genetic engineering. In terms of agriculture, this might win over public and regulator opinion (Nature)


December 1, 2015


Monsanto takes action to fight climate change with carbon neutral crop production program - Company states that crops can be grown to mitigate climate change; commits to carbon neutral footprint across its operations by 2021 (EN/IT/NL/ES/FR/DE)


November 22, 2015


CRISPR: cutting edge tech for plant breeders (The Western Producer)


November 16, 2015


Clone of magic wheat disease-resistance gene sheds light on new defense mechanism


November 10, 2015


Building better rice (World Grain)


November 4, 2015


New paths ahead for agricultural research (by CIMMYT Director General Martin Kropff)


Do we really need automated plant phenotyping?


International Wheat Genome Sequencing Consortium is producing new tools for wheat breeders


October 28, 2015


Inscrições abertas para a 6ª Conferência Mundial de Pesquisa do Algodão


October 26, 2015


CRISPR may redefine what it means to be GMO


October 23, 2015


New GMO techniques may circumvent regulation, but not fears (MIT Technology Review)


October 18, 2015


Scientists to gather for multi-state Rice Technical Working Group meeting in Galveston, Texas


October 14, 2015


Congresso Internacional do Trigo começa no próximo domingo (Cultivar)


October 9, 2015


First global food and agriculture plant genetics data library gets go-ahead - New gateway provides vital information on global seed pool to develop shock-resistant varieties


October 7, 2015


Genetic makeup of thousands of rice varieties placed in global seed data pool - Information provided to international treaty to help develop more sustainable crops


October 5, 2015


Jeanie Borlaug Laube Women in Triticum (WIT) Early Career Award winners reflect “diversity and talent”


September 25, 2015


Value of CGIAR wheat estimated at up to $3.8 billion a year, research shows


September 21, 2015


Impacts of international wheat improvement research: 1994 - 2014


September 15, 2015


The genetic innovation that kept the world from starving (no, it’s not GMOs) (Genetic Literacy Project)


September 14, 2015


Cartagena acoge el V Simposio Internacional sobre Cucurbitáceas (Interempresas)


September 11, 2015


Agricultural biodiversity - Banks for bean counters - The wild ancestors of the world’s most important crops could help avert devastating problems. But time is running out to collect them (The Economist)


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