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GMO crops could expect a brighter future

Wednesday 31 May 17 10:00am

Bringing home the harvest: GMO sugarcane could prove more productive than expected | Jonathan Wilkins


By PAUL BROWN | One of the touchier areas of scientific research – in much of Europe, at least – is the genetic manipulation of food plants, seaweed and algae to try to produce more food or provide better rates of conversion into biofuels.

But across the Atlantic genetically-modified crops (GMOs) are increasingly a different story.

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