A report has highlighted how ‘smart farming’ and technological advances can be embraced in order to support the growing human population, new research has claimed.
By John T. Aquino of Bloomberg BNA Federal agencies are woefully understaffed and lacking in the resources needed to deal with the flood of biotechnology products coming in the next decade, scientists said in a March 9 webinar. The Food and Drug Administration, the Environmental Protection Agency and the U.S. Department[…]Read More »
Imagine a ship carrying commodities from Australia to China, and another carrying the same, but in the opposite direction. Both routes are equal in distance. Yet that first journey, from Australia to China, costs 33% more, on average, than the return trip. Read moreRead More »