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Scientists today welcomed the Government's decision to maintain the science budget at £4.6bn a year and to raise capital funding on scientific research from £0.6bn to £1.1bn in 2015-16, which is to be kept it in line with inflation in the following...
Frankenfood or saviour of the starving? The Environment Secretary, Owen Paterson, made a major speech last week, calling on the European Union to drop its barriers preventing genetically modified (GM) organisms being grown and sold in Europe.
Owen Paterson, the Environment Secretary, today kicked off his campaign to bring genetically modified crops to the UK by calling on the government, industry and scientists to join forces to convert the public in the face of widespread fear and...
Gold nanoprobes could allow scientists to study cancer cells in minute detail – using a highly-sensitive imaging technique known as FRET microscopy – with the aim of identifying tumour-causing properties.
Genetically modified crops are "categorically" safer than conventional crops because they are subjected to much greater scrutiny than traditional varieties, the Environment Secretary Owen Paterson said today.
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