gmo detection News

  • Steady increase in incidents of low levels of GM crops in traded food and feed

    The increased production of genetically modified crops around the globe has led to a higher number of incidents of low levels of GMOs being detected in traded food and feed, FAO said today. The incidents have led to trade disruptions between countries with shipments of grain, cereal and other crops being blocked by importing countries and destroyed or returned to the country of origin. The trace ...

  • Biotechnologies should benefit poor farmers in poor countries

    The focus of modern and conventional biotechnologies should be redirected so as to benefit poor farmers in poor countries and not only rich farmers in rich countries, FAO said today. 'Modern and conventional biotechnologies provide potent tools for the agriculture sector, including fisheries and forestry,' said Modibo Traore, FAO Assistant Director-General, addressing the international technical ...

  • DNAble for Salmonella Receives AOAC Certification

    EnviroLogix is pleased to announce that its DNAble Detection Assay for Salmonella has been certified as a Performance Tested MethodSM(#041404) by the AOAC Research ...


    By EnviroLogix Inc.

  • Rising Animal Health – Sinking Costs: Sustained feeding with “FermCube“

    WEDA Dammann & Westerkamp relies on the advantages of fermented feed in pig managements. With their unique, self-sufficient modular system “FermCube”, the Lower Saxonian manufacturers of house equipment offer with immediate effect a compact fermentation unit as a container solution – including complete process control and process monitoring, as well as mixing technology and ...


  • Sub-Saharan Africa news in brief

    Below is a roundup of news from or about Sub-Saharan Africa for the period 17–30 June 2010 Ugandan scientists call for biotech laws Scientists in Uganda have called for the enactment of laws on biotechnology, arguing that "there are no known risks of infection to humans and animals from laboratory research involving agricultural Genetically Modified Organisms". In a report ...


    By SciDev.Net

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