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Water Analysis – News and Features

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Modified Plant Clears Up Deadly Water Toxin

Scientists have developed tobacco plants to secrete antibodies from the roots that then bind to microcystin-LR - the most common cyanobacteria toxin in water - rendering it harmless
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Study Says Overuse Threatens Gains From Modified Crops

Genetically engineered crops have provided "substantial" environmental and economic benefits to American farmers, but overuse of the technology is threatening to erode the gains
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Dionex Releases their Updated Mass Spectrometry Applications Guide

The update provides 12 new environmental and industrial applications.
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Full Plate of Issues With World Food Supply

Countries not beset by starvation are better consumers of U.S. products than countries that don't have enough resources to feed everyone.
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Thermo Fisher Scientific Adds The Winvale Group to Global Partner Alliance

The alliance will provide informatics solutions under GSA Schedule 70 Contract Procurement Process
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Saudi Arabia: Kingdom Must Have Agriculture Base, Says Al-Rasheed

“We don’t have choices. People were against this when there was abundance of food. Now when there is a shortage you have to live with it.”
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Why Let A Debate Determine the Fate of GM Foods?

In a democracy, public opinion counts, but can that be allowed to overrule science?
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Biotech Crop Debate Goes On

The latest report on data for the U.S. does not change the consensus that biotech crops play a key role in helping to feed a growing world population. The latest report is by Charles Benbrook, PhD, Chief Scientist, The Organic Center, titled “Impacts of Genetically Engineered Crops on Pesticide Use: The First Thirteen Years.”
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BNC Chosen by Saudi Arabian Research Institution in Multi-Million Pound Environmental Nanotechnology Project

The agreement will utilize the expertise of the London Centre for Nanotechnology on two projects looking at the applications of nanotechnology to environmental issues.
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Successful Complete GC & GC-MS course at The Open University

Last week’s back to back Practical Essentials and GC & GC-MS Clinic training courses held in the Planetary and Space Sciences Research Institute at the Open University in Milton Keynes, UK proved yet again to be a success with delegates attending from as far away as Nigeria and Slovenia!
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