US QUIETLY PROMOTES PATENT HARMONISATION AT DEVELOPED COUNTRY MEETING
Vermont Lawmakers again turn their attention to GMOs

Researchers release open-source GM technology

Researchers release open-source GM technology
An Australian research institute has announced the discovery of more effective ways to genetically modify plants.

The technology will be made widely available to try to break the stranglehold of multinational agricultural companies.

The ACT's head of the Centre of the Application of Molecular Biology to International Agriculture (CAMBIA), Richard Jefferson, says any one of hundreds of patent holders can now stop an innovation like a drought resistant grain, getting to farmers.

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