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Global food security in a changing climate depends on the nutritional value and yield of staple food crops.
SINGAPORE, June 22 /PRNewswire/ -- Ethanol demand in SEA countries is determined by governmental energy policies within the region. As such, the difference in crude oil prices has the least impact on the ethanol demand.
A University of Colorado at Boulder team has uncovered an ancient and previously unknown Maya agricultural system.
CAPE TOWN, South Africa, Feb.
By JUDY SIEGEL-ITZKOVICH The Technion-Israel Institute is one of only 33 universities in the world to receive a 2008 HP Labs Innovation Research Award, intended to encourage open collaboration with HP Labs resulting in high-impact research.
Text of report in English by state-run Vietnamese news agency VNA website [Unattributed article from the "Business" page: "PetroVietnam to build ethanol plant in Quang Ngai"] Quang Ngai (VNA) -A bio-ethanol plant will be built at the Dung Quat Economic Zone in central Quang Ngai province next year with investment from three subsidiaries of the Vietnam National Oil and Gas Group (PetroVietnam).
Excerpt from report by Fiji Daily Post website on 16 September A group of investors from China arrived in the country this morning to look at joint venture partnerships with the Fiji government in the production of ethanol and value-added products in the sugar industry.
Text of report by news portal Fijilive website on 14 September Four Chinese experts in ethanol production will be in Fiji this month to carry out studies on the requirements of setting up a plant and identify potential factory sites.
Text of report by independent daily newspaper Fiji Times website on 4 September Fiji's Ambassador to China James Ah Koy will accompany representatives from Guanxgi Province later this month to follow up on ethanol developments in the country.
By Euan Paulo C. Anonuevo, The Manila Times, Philippines Aug. 7--BASIC Energy Corp. is ramping up its alternative fuels and petroleum businesses, after it inked separate deals with foreign groups.
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