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Conservation researchers in Asia are increasingly using environmental DNA technology. But it needs to be refined for better conservation efforts.
Asia boasts some of the world’s best dishes, but its relationship with food goes beyond taste. Here’s how researchers are building a healthy and sustainable food future, while preserving the region’s unique cultural connections to diet.
These five innovations are taking root in Asia to make the food supply chain speedier and more sustainable.
To intercept future food scandals in Asia and the world, innovations like blockchain and artificial intelligence could prevent fraud and reduce anxiety about what’s really on our plates.
Creative techniques that repurpose food waste into a range of valuable products are giving even fruit peels and fish scales a new lease on life.
Extract from the bark of the Neem tree may help reduce the spread of coronavirus, an India-US research team reported.
By replacing insecticide-resistant genes in fruit flies with susceptible forms, an India-US research team is devising ways to lower insecticide use in farms.
Ozone pollution has been linked with about US$63 billion in annual crop production losses, slashing wheat, rice and maize yield in East Asia.
Coupling two popular chemical processes leads to better organic pollutant removal than either method alone, say researchers from India and Saudi Arabia.