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Biotech Review: New GMO Foods

This month, we’re focusing on new African GMO seeds and food products. We’ve linked information to these summaries, all of which are interesting reading if you’d like to learn more.
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Biotech Review: Potential life-changing medical breakthroughs

In this month’s biotech review, we’re moving off the topic of bio-agriculture and on to the study of human biology. Here are some noteworthy biotech medical breakthroughs that could bring relief to your family or friends, if testing goes as hoped:
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Biotech Review: The food you eat – what’s on the GMO horizon?

Today’s biggest agricultural challenge: producing enough food for the world’s growing population without using up all our shrinking soil and water resources. Secondarily, how can farmers reduce food toxicity in light of increasing cancer rates?
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In the Know: What’s new in biotech agriculture

Our bio review this month addresses promising breakthroughs in agriculture and what it means to the global marketplace.
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Biotech review: Preventative and Treatment Breakthroughs

Biotechnology is a rapidly changing field. In the latest cases, it's been for the better. This month's biotech wrap-up is all about preventive treatment for some of the worst diseases. Grab some coffee and a have a read!
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Biotech Review: From cancer-fighting rice to lowering cow emissions

Jody Glynn Patrick breaks down the latest in biotech news.
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What’s new in biotech research

45-foot-tall corn, the war on Zika, and dog ancestry; check out the latest news in the field of Biotechnology.
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Biotech: What’s happening and what it could mean

Biotechnology could be the answer to many problems humans are facing. Find out what latest research in Biotech says from TDS Blogger, Jody Glynn Patrick!
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