Insecticide-resistance is a genetic decline in a pest inhabitant’s exposure to a pesticide, the inheritances are transferred from one generation to other generation. Crops that have been genetically engineered for Bacillus thuringiensis (Bt) resistance could significantly lower production costs and grant farmers with new insect control ways within the upcoming years. The success of commercialization depends on several factors, including patent issues, regulatory climate, and the capability of scientists to deal with targeted insects.
Chris Clayton writes a response article to the budget cuts from the Trump Administration. Read moreRead More »
Lowering Nicotine Levels in Cigarettes to ‘Non-Addictive Levels’ – The FDA has announced a new comprehensive plan that will “… serve as a multi-year roadmap to better protect kids and significantly reduce tobacco-related disease and death. The approach places nicotine, and the issue of addiction, at the center of the[…]Read More »