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August 9, 2022


Sustainable Oils, Inc. signs license agreement for CRISPR-Cas9 genome-editing technology with the Broad Institute and Corteva Agriscience


August 4, 2022


Cibus ready to grow with gene-edited seeds (San Diego Business Journal)


July 21, 2022


Scientists explore gene editing to manage invasive species


July 20, 2022


Solutions through science: exploring emerging genetic technologies


July 14, 2022


Heat is bad for plant health - Here's how gene editing could help (MIT Technology Review)


July 13, 2022


Napigen completes $7.85 million funding round to advance its mitochondrial and chloroplast gene editing technology - Funds will be used to develop hybrid seed technology in wheat and rice through gene editing of plant mitochondria


July 7, 2022


AgriPulse's Open Mic Interview with Andy LaVigne, American Seed Trade Association


July 1, 2022


In 10 years, CRISPR transformed medicine - Can it now help us deal with climate change?


June 28, 2022


Who trusts gene-edited foods? New study gauges public acceptance


June 22, 2022


Pushing ahead with gene editing - The Around Farm Progress podcast digs into the latest plant breeding tools with the chief scientific officer at Inari (FarmProgress)


June 17, 2022


This CRISPR pioneer wants to capture more carbon with crops - New research at Jennifer Doudna's institute aims to create faster-growing, carbon-hungry plants using the gene-editing too (MIT Technology Review)


June 10, 2022


IITA partners to deliver a new training course in gene editing for African scientists


June 3, 2022


Here is why Canada is deregulating gene edited foods — and why consumers will benefit (Genetic Literacy Project)


May 31, 2022


Health Canada’s new guidelines for plant breeding innovation are an important step for the sustainable future of the grain sector


May 25, 2022


Framework for Responsible Use of Gene Editing in Agriculture secures endorsement from Corteva Agriscience


Texas A&M AgriLife researchers use CRISPR technology to modify starches in potatoes - Genetic engineering of potato starch opens doors to industrial uses


May 23, 2022


University of Maryland researchers develop the latest advances to CRISPR with a method to edit and regulate multiple genes simultaneously


May 20, 2022


Health Canada modernizes plant breeding regulations (The Western Producer)


May 19, 2022


University of Florida scientists may have found a way to more efficiently apply genome editing to plant breeding


May 18, 2022


How tweaking genes keeps corn and rice on your plate


May 3, 2022


Doctoral student Simon Sretenovic is designing the tools for a gene-edited future


Learning from Euroseeds and ASTA joint event on ‘New Genomic Techniques – What benefits for SMEs in the agri-food sector?’


April 20, 2022


Agrigenomics for genome engineering


April 15, 2022


Agrigenomics for crop and livestock breeding


Gene-edited leafy greens are coming in latest push for consumer acceptance of modified foods (Green Queen)


March 31, 2022


Gene editing in plants is stable, efficient, and reliable with Cas-CLOVER, the clean alternative to CRISPR/Cas9


March 30, 2022


Anti-GMO themes losing traction worldwide, suggests new scientific paper


March 15, 2022


USDA/APHIS - Determination of Nonregulated Status of Plant-Parasitic: BASF Corp.; Nematode-protected and herbicide-tolerant soybean, 14440–14441 [2022–05444]


March 14, 2022


USDA/APHIS - Deregulation of soybean developed using genetic engineering


March 9, 2022


Innovative Genomics Institute partners with African Plant Breeding Academy for new CRISPR course


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