genetically modified food

 
Argentina: A laboratory for what can go wrong with biotech farming
Argentina: A laboratory for what can go wrong with biotech farming
Argentina's agricultural industry has been dramatically transformed by the introduction of genetically modified plants in 1996.
[Podcast]Genetically modified foods: Should you be worried?
[Podcast]Genetically modified foods: Should you be worried?
Corporates and activists alike have been making much noise about GMO lately. Sarah Wild explains what the growing brouhaha is about.
Debate rages over merits of GM food
Debate rages over merits of GM food
One side of the genetically modified organisms (GMOs) debate says that eating genetically modified (GM) foods is making you sick, that it is...
Zim maize shortage renews GM food debate
Zim maize shortage renews GM food debate
Zimbabwe, along with Malawi, Mozambique and Zambia, has long resisted importing genetically modified (GM) maize. Most of the maize grown in...
Cloned cow gives 'allergy-free' milk
Cloned cow gives 'allergy-free' milk
A genetically modified cow whose milk lacks a substance that causes allergic reactions in people has been created by scientists in New Zealand....
The tide turns in favour of biotech foods
The tide turns in favour of biotech foods
African countries, especially those south of the Sahara, broadly agree on a number of changes and improvements needed to ensure greater food...

Client Media Releases

IIE Rosebank College opens a blended learning campus in Port Elizabeth
PhD graduate tackles strike participation at Transnet port terminals
Teraco achieves global top 3 data centre ranking
ContinuitySA's Willem Olivier scoops BCI award
Times Higher Education ranks NWU 5th in SA
Innovative mobile solutions set to enhance life in SA
MBDA to host first Eastern Cape Fashion and Design Council
Sanral puts out N2/N3 tenders worth billions
EPBCS lives up to expectations
The benefit of unpacking your payslip
South Africans weigh in on attitudes towards women