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SPACE - Scientists on the International Space Station (ISS) say their experiments have revealed that cotton - especially genetically modified (GM) plants - grows better in space than on Earth.

Researchers from the University of Wisconsin-Madison (UW) used the ISS to study cotton’s response to microgravity and stress to search for clues that could produce more resilient crops.

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