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November 29, 2021


Plant breeding innovation - New breeding methods: More than just a “test-tube scenario”


EU-Kommission initiiert Dialog zur Neubewertung neuer Züchtungsmethoden - Pflanzenzüchter fordern differenzierte Bewertung


November 24, 2021


Gene-editing: to detect or not detect, that is not the question


Harnessing the power of CRISPR to reduce poverty and malnutrition - The Innovative Genomics Institute and CGIAR will work together to use the latest breakthroughs in genomic science to benefit farmers in low- and middle-income countries


November 23, 2021


Nagoya University research team produces 30% sweeter tomato via gene-editing technology (The Japan News)


The global GM regulatory landscape and how gene editing fits in it (Part 1)


November 22, 2021


querFELDein-Podcast: Neue Folge zu Genome Editing


Russian President holds meeting on the development of genetic technologies in the Russian Federation (IBG News)


November 16, 2021


Japanese university research team produces 30% sweeter tomato via gene-editing technology (The Japan News)


November 12, 2021


Cheers! Scientists have developed gene-edited barley that could better your beer - Using CRISPR/Cas9 technology, scientists develop and study gene-edited barley that resists pre-harvest sprouting


November 10, 2021


Evogene announces participation in the second research period of the CRISPR-IL Consortium - Israeli Innovation Authority to continue funding the on-going development of an end-to-end artificial intelligence system for genome-editing


November 9, 2021


Industry, NGOs clash over role of genetics in agricultural transition (Euraktiv)


United Kingdom mulls break from EU’s restrictive crop biotechnology rules to gain an edge in international trade


November 3, 2021


New breeding techniques, verso piante più intelligenti (AgroNotizie)


Registration opens for online workshop "Food Futures: Commercialization of Gene Edited Crops in Asia and Australia" 


November 1, 2021


J.R. Simplot Company and Plant Sciences Inc. forge strategic alliance on gene editing of strawberries - Potential benefits for growers and consumers include less food waste and improved yields


October 29, 2021


USA - House Ag members, witnesses back acceleration of biotech advances in US (AgriPulse)


October 28, 2021


ISF, the International Seed Federation, launches #FridayFacts campaign on gene editing


October 27, 2021


Princeton University-led studies boost CRISPR gene-editing prospects


October 25, 2021


Yield10 Bioscience - CRISPR genome editing — Small changes dramatically improve the performance of plants


India - Guidelines for non-transgenic gene editing techniques pending since January 2020 (The Hindu)


October 22, 2021


Once wary of GMOs, China is now leading in gene-edited seeds (Fortune)


October 21, 2021


Meet a CRISPR crop scientist on World CRISPR Day


October 20, 2021


Sale of first CRISPR-Cas9 gene edited tomato seedlings begins in Japan


October 19, 2021


Científicos internacionales han desarrollado colza editada genéticamente capaz de producir DHA


October 14, 2021


Analyser les questions éthiques et politiques posées par l’édition du génome des végétaux
Ethics and politics of plant-genome editing: joint-committee report and position


October 8, 2021


Japan - Genome-edited tomato goes on shelves (Tomato News)


Le Royaume Uni facilite la recherche par édition de gènes


October 7, 2021


Food Standards Australia New Zealand (FSANZ) - Education resources on genetic modification and new breeding techniques


October 1, 2021


El Brexit le permite al Reino Unido regular y aprovechar la edición genética en cultivos y animales


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