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Engineered Moth to Control Soybean Pest

Soybean looper caterpillar

A company providing genetically engineered insects to control threats to health and agriculture is designing a modified moth that now destroys soybeans and other crops. . . . → Read More: Engineered Moth to Control Soybean Pest

Genome Editing Biotech Raises $126M in IPO

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A biotechnology company developing treatments for disease and enhanced agricultural products with genome editing is raising $126 million in its initial public offering, or IPO, of common stock. . . . → Read More: Genome Editing Biotech Raises $126M in IPO

NSF Funding Natural Agri-Chemical Technology

Nematode and egg

A start-up company spun-off from Cornell University is receiving a small business grant to develop in crop plants a natural protection against pathogens. . . . → Read More: NSF Funding Natural Agri-Chemical Technology

Protecting A Modern Agricultural Business

Protecting your agricultural business takes a lot of effort, but with the tech currently available on the market, you’ve got a chance. . . . → Read More: Protecting A Modern Agricultural Business

FDA Chief Calls Teen Vaping an “Epidemic”

Scott Gottlieb at Brookings Institution

The commissioner of the Food and Drug Administration warned that the sharp rise in teen electronic cigarette use is an epidemic threatening the public health. . . . → Read More: FDA Chief Calls Teen Vaping an “Epidemic”

Farming in the Agricultural Industry of Tomorrow

As the population grows, the need for increased agriculture grows, but the demands placed on farmers in this marketplace are evolving as a result. . . . → Read More: Farming in the Agricultural Industry of Tomorrow

Anti-Inflammatory Human Protein Produced in Plants

Tony Jevnikar and Shengwu Ma

Researchers in Canada genetically engineered tobacco plants to economically produce large quantities of a human protein with anti-inflammatory properties. . . . → Read More: Anti-Inflammatory Human Protein Produced in Plants

Genetic Engineering, Silencing Boost Plant Output

Growing test plants

An agricultural research lab uses genetic engineering and gene silencing to produce crop plants that increase their yields by more than 40 percent. . . . → Read More: Genetic Engineering, Silencing Boost Plant Output

Univ. Spin-Off Developing High-Nutrition Corn

Evan Rocheford and corn

A company spun-off from a university agriculture research lab is developing a variety of corn with more vitamin A and other nutrients missing from most other types. . . . → Read More: Univ. Spin-Off Developing High-Nutrition Corn

Book Review – The Fifth Risk

The Fifth Risk cover

Michael Lewis describes in a gripping narrative some of those critical life-protecting functions the federal government performs in his new book The Fifth Risk. . . . → Read More: Book Review – The Fifth Risk