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GM soybean pollen identified in honey samples rejected for sale in Germany

Mexico is the fourth largest honey producer and fifth largest honey exporter in the world. A Smithsonian researcher and colleagues helped rural farmers in Mexico to quantify the genetically modified organism (GMO) soybean pollen in honey samples rejected for sale in Germany. Their results will appear Feb. 7 in the online journal, Scientific Reports. David Roubik, senior staff...
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New study confirms that GM crops do not harm beneficial insects and nematodes

A large body of literature has shown that genetically-modified plants that produce proteins from the bacterium  Bacillus thuringiensis  (Bt) to protect themselves from insect pests have little to no effect on a wide range of nontarget insects. However, concerns about Bt crops still exist. Now two new studies using more exacting methods show that Bt crops have no negative effects on...
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New US – Australian – Indian research collaboration to produce abiotic stress tolerant cereals

As part of the US government’s global hunger and food security initiative, Feed the Future, a new research program is being supported by the US Agency for International  Development (USAID) in partnership with The Australian Centre for Plant  Functional Genomics (ACPFG) and Vibha Agrotech Limited to apply transgenic technologies to  enhance environmental stress tolerance...
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