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Nanotechnology might help farmers fight climate change, pests and disease — and boost yields

from Genetic Literacy Project

The sun is strong, the sky Hollywood-set blue, but the wind is brutal. This is confounding the work of Wade Elmer, chief scientist for the Department of Plant Pathology and Ecology at the Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station. At the CAES farm in Hamden, Connecticut, he and a small contingent of grad students, lab assistants and other researchers are busy transplanting eggplant seedlings and chasing empty seed containers across the blustery, one-tenth of an acre that Elmer likes to call the “death bed.” more

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