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Genome Editing and World Hunger

News   Apr 01, 2019 | Original story from the University of Göttingen

 
Genome Editing and World Hunger

New breeding technologies can help make agriculture in developing countries more productive and protect against climate change. This photo shows smallholder farmers in Malawi peeling peas in front of their homestead. Credit: S Koppmair

 
 
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