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Posted on January 14, 2013

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The following articles were clipped and posted on Ag-West Bio’s newsfeed over the past two months.

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January 2012

Global Institute for Food Security welcomes international leader

Millions in funding for crop research

Genome Prairie Announces Appointment of President and CEO

Governments invest $6.5 million into crop research

What’s Hot at Crop Week and the Crop Production Show

CANTERRA SEEDS to Manage Production of Agrisoma Resonance™ Energy Feedstock

Analysis of 100 percent biofuel tested in flight by NRC reveals reduction in emissions

Minister Ritz and MP Block hold pre-budget roundtable with farmers in Saskatoon area

Minogue: New Triffid-free flaxes in pipeline for 2014

Hall of Fame to add four leaders

100% Drop-in biofuel tested in historic jet flight reveals 50% reduction in emissions & reduced fuel

Sask. flax growers hopeful about European market

Record sponsorship funding for Saskatoon Prairieland Park

New inductees into the Saskatchewan Agricultural Hall of Fame

Harper Government Invests in Research for Canaryseed

SK Ag Minister Looking Ahead

Details limited as Glencore takes reins at Viterra

Garth Patterson eager to take on new challenges

Farm show marks 30 years

Mung Bean Has Potential for Western Canada

Healthy Grains Institute rolls out in Canada

No end in sight for Saskatchewan's boom: Chamber of Commerce

Sask. poised for good year

December 2012

Top 10 Science & Tech stories of 2012

Healthy Grains Institute rolls out in Canada

SBT Seabuckthorn Engages a New Canadian Distributor for the Natural Health Market

From speck to success

‘In one word, his major contribution is knowledge’

‘Experience was a great teacher’

Sask. Premier wants to boost crops by 10M tonnes

Alta. firm targets more carinata acres

Short canola rotations pay out now, but collect from you later

Camelina breeding program at Saskatoon

Carinata bio-jet fuel makes Pop Science 2012 list

Details remain sketchy as Glencore takes reins at Viterra

Graduate award honours canola breeder

Neste to provide aviation biofuel for EU project

Biofuels industry: Full Steam Ahead?

The magic number - Knowing feed costs key to profitability, says dairy specialist

The Green Revolution is wilting

Guelph announcement offers new federal funding for grain farming research

Is Saskatchewan the country's next 'it' province?

Preventing resistance relies on sharing research info

New institute tackles global hunger

Use herbicide tank mix against resistance: agrologist

Playing a role in food security

Research and Markets: Agricultural Biotechnology: Transgenic Seeds/Crops and Biopesticides - Global Strategic Business Report - 2012-2018

Sask. can lead on food security

STEP gets ag export money

New program launched

Global biolubricants market is expected to reach USD 2,377.5 million in 2018: Transparency Market Research

PotashCorp pledges $35 million to fund Food Security Institute

Porcupine quills inspiring surgical super glues?

Food security institute launched

New inoculant system for soybeans

Institute looks at food from field to fork

Province of Saskatchewan, PotashCorp commit $50 million to Global Institute for Food Security at the University of Saskatchewan

Growing Forward 2 is on Track for Canada's Canola Industry

Approvals all in for Glencore's Viterra takeover

Saskatchewan group will include forest industry

Importance of agriculture finally realized

Education essential for GM wheat to fly

Sask. leads in farm income gains

Flax processed into flour, fuel

Ag Canada debates GM threshold

Sask should be home to food security institute: Wall

Metabolix secures UCLA Engineering ARPA-E Grant for improving the productivity of making biofuels in plants

Nuffield Canada selects scholars for 2013

Seed of the Year West announces winner

Province provides funding to increase markets for agriculture products

Sask. needs to do better monitoring beef: auditor

Global Agricultural Biotechnology Industry

Research shows canola meal fits into nursery pig diets

GM protesters have it wrong, Swiss professor tells Canadian researchers

Government invests in bioproducts industry

Flaxtastic!

Researchers genotyping semen from historic animals

Organic food seems simple, but it's not