23andMe granted first FDA approval for cancer genetic testing

In California, 23andMe, Inc., received the first-ever FDA authorization for a direct-to-consumer genetic test for cancer risk. The authorization allows 23andMe to provide customers,...

Updated Free PS3 Tool Available for Soil-Based Industry Professionals

In Illinois, Profile launched a new interactive website for its free PS3 tool for those in any soil-based industry such as construction, landscape, golf...

Cow stomach microbes could hold key for increased food and biofuel production

In the United Kingdom, researchers from The University of Edinburgh, The Roslin Institute and Scotland’s Rural College found that the types of microbes and...

Woolly Mammoth Could Arise from the Dead in Hybrid Version

In the United Kingdom, thanks to PayPal’s founder Peter Theil’s donation of $100,000 to a de-extinction organization, scientists are trying to bring back the...

Fighting climate change with genetically modified livestock in Africa

In Kenya, the International Livestock Research Institute is helping create climate and disease resistant livestock to help farmers in Africa adapt to diseases like...

More Vitamin E could come in maize with new genetic findings

In New York, Cornell University scientists identified genes that control vitamin E content in maize grain, a finding that could lead to improving the...

Omicia Acquires Spiral Genetics to Integrate Genome Technology for Precision Medicine

In California, Omicia, which provides software tools for fast processing and analyzing of genomic data, acquired Seattle, Washington based Spiral Genetics. Spiral Genetics develops...

Citrus origin and evolution genomic research could help industry fight citrus greening

In Florida, a University of Florida professor, California-based U.S. Department of Energy Joint Genome Institute researchers, and a global group of scientists have traced...

First-ever cancer genomic profiling program offered to more than 2M Americans

In Maryland, LifeMark Partners, Inc., an independent national insurance marketing organization, announced that a complimentary cancer genomic profiling program will be exclusively available to...

Modifiable proteins used for targeted cancer chemotherapy

In New York, researchers are using modifiable proteins for targeted cancer chemotherapy to try and keep healthy nearby cells healthy while killing cancer cells....

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Tyson jumps deeper into Alt Protein, launches Raised & Rooted Brand

In Arkansas, Tyson Foods introduced the company’s first plant-based and blended products, along with its new Raised & Rooted brand. The initiative makes Tyson Foods the...

ZeaKal picks up $10M from Canopy Rivers to bring PhotoSeed to Cannabis

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Iowa State researchers studying slow-release fertilizer to feed crops, improve water quality

In Iowa, Iowa State University researchers may have found a slow-release fertilizer that could feed crops while protecting water quality, but they may have...