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Youth is more accepting of GMOs in Agriculture

Youth is more accepting of GMOs in Agriculture

GM crops are gaining popularity due to its positive role in reducing carbon emissions, using less crop inputs and saving natural resources in agriculture. Unpublished results from a recent survey by the Center for Food Integrity suggest that millennials and Gen Z...

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GM Crop is a Viable Answer to Deal with Climate Stress

GM Crop is a Viable Answer to Deal with Climate Stress

As the world population grows and the demand for nutritious food grows, agricultural productivity is challenged by poor farmlands and climate change. Of all the challenges, adverse climatic conditions seem to negatively impact agricultural productivity, food security,...

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IPR, Innovation & Agriculture

IPR, Innovation & Agriculture

Globalization has led to a knowledge-based economy, and intellectual property rights protection has become an important motivator for innovation. Agribusiness was not historically concerned with IPR, as farming was based on sharing knowledge. Yet, the last few decades...

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GM Crops can Curb Food Waste

GM Crops can Curb Food Waste

Feeding the world while minimizing our impact on the planet is one of the greatest challenges of our time. Reducing food loss and waste remains critical and needs a solution. Half of the population around the world do not have enough food. As per a report by the...

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Fading of Anti-GMO Evident with Consumer Acceptance globally

Fading of Anti-GMO Evident with Consumer Acceptance globally

The anti-GMO movement is characterized by overwhelming fallacies. The most common of these fallacies is the assumption that crops enhanced using biotechnology is an unnatural deviation from an otherwise pure state of nature. This idea is fundamentally flawed on a...

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Minichromosomal Technology in Agriculture

Minichromosomal Technology in Agriculture

Minichromosomes are small structures within cells that contain very little genetic material but can store large quantity of information. By using minichromosomes, agricultural geneticists can add dozens of traits to a plant. These traits can be agronomically...

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