Last Week in Nature

An editorial in Nature argues that the worries over genetically modified crops will be "costly and wasteful" in Africa. The African Union gathered a group, including Tewolde Egziabher of Ethiopia's Environmental Protection Authority, Calestous Juma, a Harvard professor of international development, Cheick Modibo Diarra the chairman of Microsoft in Africa, that found that Africa needs new agricultural technologies, with safeguards in place.

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