It’s been 20 years since Monsanto developed its first genetically modified crops. Now some of its early patents are starting to expire, leading to the first “generic GMOs”—off-patent seeds that cost half as much and which farmers are free to save and replant.
Grappling with challenges posed by labour shortage, frequent pest attack, low yield and quality deficiency in farming till 2011, J. Nagarajan, a farmer, has found a solution finally. Thanks to technology intervention b
Only two members of Congress are trained scientists: Bill Foster and Jerry McNerney. They’re from the same party – guess which one? I’ll give you a hint: not the one that believes Noah’s Ark is settled science.
Every year we celebrate 35 innovators under the age of 35. We choose to write about the young simply because we want to introduce you to the most promising new technologists, researchers, and entrepreneurs. But older people are, of course, just as capable of new thinking as the young. Below are seven innovators over the age of 70, still working.
China has set itself a target date of 2030 to build the world’s first hybrid fission–fusion reactor (FFHR), according to Science and Technology Daily, a newspaper run by the Ministry of Science and Technology.
The Bioentrepreneur portal has evolved from a series of supplements published by Nature Biotechnology since 1998. Its mission is to become an interactive online resource for researchers hoping to commercialize their research, and for those working for and with young life science companies. Content is authoritative, independent advice provided by experts and industry insiders.
In the time between when you start and finish reading this article, you might check various social media notifications, gaze at your texts, maybe read another few paragraphs of that article on potatoes you meant to read last night. You might think you’re multitasking when you do that, but your brain is actually just switching quickly between tasks, and that means that you’re probably doing all of them pretty poorly.
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