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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

Relying on Tech to Feed India, Africa, and China

The quest is on for new technologies, food production techniques, and behavioral change in developed countries that will help us feed everyone. . . . → Read More: Relying on Tech to Feed India, Africa, and China

Engineered Hens Produce Human Proteins in Eggs

Genetically-modified chickens

An animal biology lab in Scotland developed genetically engineered chickens that efficiently produce human therapeutic proteins in their eggs. . . . → Read More: Engineered Hens Produce Human Proteins in Eggs

Designing Strawberry Varieties for Japanese Farms

Strawberries

An agricultural genomics company in Israel and auto maker Toyota began a joint project to design new varieties of strawberries to grow on Japanese farms . . . → Read More: Designing Strawberry Varieties for Japanese Farms

Crispr Deployed to Stop Disease, Pest Insects

Nikolay Kandul and Omar Akbari

A genetics lab is using the genome editing technique Crispr to create sterilized male insects, which can lead to fewer disease-spreading and farm pest insects. . . . → Read More: Crispr Deployed to Stop Disease, Pest Insects

Top-Rated Agricultural Careers

There is and always has been a lot of exciting work happening in the agricultural landscape. . . . → Read More: Top-Rated Agricultural Careers

Sustainable Bioplastics Produced from Microbes, Algae

Ulva or sea lettuce

Researchers in Israel showed in lab tests the feasibility of producing biocompatible and degradable plastics from ocean microbes and algae. . . . → Read More: Sustainable Bioplastics Produced from Microbes, Algae

Growing Crops And Your Agribusiness

It is worth bearing in mind that growing your business does not involve the same skills and growing your crops. . . . → Read More: Growing Crops And Your Agribusiness

Changes Shaping More Eco-Friendly Agriculture

There are serious concerns that the agricultural industry has been having a dramatic impact on the environment, both in their own local areas and on a broader, global scale. . . . → Read More: Changes Shaping More Eco-Friendly Agriculture