Half of UK rice breaches limits on arsenic for children, warn scientists
More than half of rice varieties sold in the UK contained levels of arsenic higher than regulations allow for babies and children under five.
Scientists develop ‘probiotics’ to help plants fight disease without pesticides
Innovative approach could support farmers to grow tomatoes and soft fruits year-round and in urban areas.
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Q&A with Institute for Sustainable Food director Professor Peter Jackson.Published by the Horizon, the EU Research and Innovation magazine