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U OF I RESEARCHERS TACKLE HUNGER

Researchers at the University of Illinois may have found a way to take on global hunger just by tinkering with photosynthesis. Using genetic engineering to alter photosynthesis, they have increased the productivity of their test plant, tobacco, by as much as 20 percent. The researchers plan next to try the same alterations in food crops. (New York Times)

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