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If an astronaut, accidently left behind on Mars, subsequently growing potatoes on the red planet for survival (Ridley Scott’s movie “The Martian”) sounds convincing, so does the work of Peter Waterhouse, a plant geneticist, who also believes in taking food production to outer space. Far from harvesting on land but on a similar mission, were a team of Australian scientists, who have recently discovered a gene from a magical plant with potential to change the face of agriculture. To be precise, agriculture in space!!
Be it agri-research on land or in space, it is apparent that future plant biotechnology research is going to witness changes in leaps and bounds.
Read More: Biotecnika Magazine- January 2016
Shekhar Suman is a Serial Entrepreneur and the Co-Founder of Biotecnika. Magazine is a way he wants to recraft the way industry opines and expresses its views. With years of experience under his belt, he captains the ship with prudence and perfection. He is the chief-editor of Biotecnika Magazine and a big inspiration to the bio-community.
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