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Worldwide food alert system

Countries producing food containing harmful bacteria and toxins could be named and shamed more quickly using a worldwide alert system devised by a team of scientists.



A worldwide food alert system

The team of scientists says the easy to use computer tool can be used to monitor contaminated products; helping to prevent them reaching shop shelves and ensuring that food is safe to eat.



Worldwide big cat crisis

World Wildlife Fund reports that tigers are in crisis around the world, including here in the United States, where more tigers are kept in captivity than are alive in the wild throughout Asia.



Fighting cardiovascular disease worldwide

One in three people die from cardiovascular disease (CVD), seventeen million every year.



200,000 rice mutants available worldwide

Scientists across the world are building an extensive repository of genetically modified rice plants in the hope of understanding the function of the approximately 57,000 genes that make up the genome of Oryza sativa.



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