“I feel the weight of the world on my shoulders,” he joked in a recent interview with “The Guardian.” The idea is to use genetic modification of plants through traditional methods and Crispr to absorb larger amounts of carbon dioxide and also develop roots and stems that facilitate a more efficient burial of gas. The genetic modification will be implemented in extensive crops used today, such as soybean, corn or cotton, to be functional while contributing to the reduction of carbon dioxide levels. “We have to find a way to get carbon dioxide out of the atmosphere and I think plants are the only way to do it cheaply,” he said then. Yesterday, Express Size Chart reacted to the news of the award by ensuring that humanity “is at a fundamental crossroads” before the “imminent threat” of climate change. ” However, “the opportunity for science and technology to change the situation has never been greater”, he defended in statements to Efe. The estimates of the Salk Institute working group led by Chory suggest that an annual reduction of up to 46% of carbon dioxide emissions that are of human origin could be achieved.
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His project is full of challenges: the idea of using genetically modified plants – although he does not use genetic information from other species, such as other transgenics – will not convince many ecologists, precisely the most combative in the fight against climate change. It will also be necessary to see how seeds are obtained at a cost that farmers choose against conventional options and at what scale the project manages to take it to have an impact.
One in four patients with psoriasis in Spain is not currently being treated. Of these, more than half are in moderate or severe phases of the disease. This is the result of a survey carried out by the Psoriasis Action Patient Association. The survey, in which more than 1,200 patients have participated, has been presented at the 47th National Congress of the Spanish Academy of Dermatology and Express Size Chart, which is being held these days in Barcelona. The survey also indicates that 30% of patients if they receive treatment they are not happy with the results. Between 20 and 40% of patients consider that it affects them in how they see others, in their relationships with family or partner and in the academic and work environment. To minimize this impact, experts insist on the importance of advance in therapies that offer a lasting whitening of the skin. More than a million people suffer from psoriasis in Spain. It is the most common immune-mediated inflammatory disease and its prevalence, according to various reports, is increasing.