ISLAMABAD: The winner of the 2015 UNESCO Avicenna Prize of Ethics in Science is Pakistani Professor of Biotechnology and bioethicist Zabta Khan Shinwari.

Farmers will undertake many adaptation actions to meet changing climate conditions and will often do so without any government intervention. However, when such actions provide both private and public benefits, the public sector may play a role in how these are developed.

Extension specialists, NGOs, agriculture companies, and farmers from different parts of Punjab deliberated on diverse aspects of genetically modified (GM) crops during the stakeholder’s workshop on

Kerala Agricultural University (KAU) has notified the admission procedure for its five-year integrated courses in Climate Change Adaptation and Biotechnology; B.Sc.

K. Vijay Raghavan is determined to cut through red tape and build up biological science in India.


Despite great strides in some areas of research and development, the nation still has a long way to go.

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While the Narendra Modi government has moved swiftly on a range of environmental issues— approving long-delayed projects, arguably clearing the backlog inherited from the UPA and bringing in proces

This study presents the findings of research into the global socio-economic and environmental impact of genetically modified (GM) crops in the eighteen years since they were first commercially planted on a significant area.

Voices and Views: Why Biotech? is a collection of personal essays on individuals from all over the world who have followed the development of biotechnology and are convinced that it has a significant role to play in improving the quality of life.

The document measures the success of biotech cotton by featuring a comprehensive overview of the adoption, impact, progress and future of biotech cotton in the country. It presents a synopsis of the 13 years of adoption and impact of Bt cotton since its first commercial release in 2002.