Help Bio-Designed Cassava Save the World: Sheril KirshenbaumSheril Kirshenbaum
June 16 (Bloomberg) -- The human population, now approaching 7 billion, may top 10 billion by 2100. Agronomists predict food shortages in our future, and it doesn’t take an advanced degree to understand why: When food production fails to keep pace with population growth, billions go hungry, including many Americans. To avert disaster, we must find a way to squeeze more grains, fruits and vegetables from ever less farmland.
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