Genetically Modified Plant Detects Land Mines

More than 100 million land mines have been spread out in 45 countries, hidden killers that often remain for years after a war is over. The use of land mines was outlawed in the 1997 Ottawa Convention and more than 90 countries committed themselves last year to cleaning up the debris of war to reduce the number of civilian casualties from munitions left by armed conflicts. Shortly there will be a genetically modified flower that could help detect land mines. The genetically modified weed...

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