A global bioengineering competition drew many students to design solutions to development problems.
Political resolve and smallholder involvement are vital for research in this field to cut poverty, says FAO expert.
French Polynesia hosts marine bacteria that could be used to make cosmetics, drugs and a plastic substitute.
A lack of research capacity may prevent the developing world from benefiting from these fuels, a study suggests.
An atlas of a key natural resource, Africa's soil, aims to give people outside the science world insight into its …
The economic value of drylands from such things as farming and tourism is far greater in developing than developed …
India hopes to boost biotech research in health, nutrition and agriculture through official awards.