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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 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 3, 2021


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


October 25, 2021


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 20, 2021


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


October 8, 2021


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


October 7, 2021


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


September 28, 2021


Japan ushers in CRISPR gene edited food revolution as hypertension-reducing tomato now on sale (Genetic Literacy Project)


September 22, 2021


Origin Agritech and China Agricultural University to collaborate on research of molecular design of corn using CRISPR


September 16, 2021


Japan - Sanatech Seed Co. starts sales of genome-edited tomato “Sicilian Rouge High GABA”


September 1, 2021


Webinar on "SOLVE Public Info-sufficiency on Genome-edited Crops" offered on September 8, 2021 by ISAAA and Southeast Asian Regional Center for Graduate Study and Research in Agriculture (SEARCA)


August 11, 2021


Filipino policymakers, lawyers tackle genome editing


July 13, 2021


Japn - Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare (MHLW) and the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries (MAFF) update policies and procedures for genome edited food and agricultural products


July 1, 2021


Engineering broad-spectrum disease-resistant rice by editing multiple susceptibility genes (Journal of Integrative Plant Biology)


June 25, 2021


Chinese scientists develop a generation of "pure and fertile potato lines" with genome editing technologies (CGTN)


June 17, 2021


China is now a genetic engineering superpower - In recent years China filed more Crispr-Cas9 patents than US and EU combined (The Unfiltered Lens)


June 2, 2021


ISAAA and partners present the webinar International Trade in Crops with New Breeding Technologies: The Australian Perspective


May 14, 2021


Japan's Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry, and Fisheries updates genome editing handling procedures for feed and feed additives derived from crossbred progeny


May 12, 2021


The regulatory landscape for genome-edited plants is rapidly changing, experts say


April 9, 2021


Gene editing of pigs worries Japanese consumers more than gene editing of tomatoes


April 7, 2021


Japanese consumers more concerned about gene-editing of livestock than of vegetables, survey shows


March 29, 2021


Australia - Building capacity for small exporters to exploit new breeding technologies


March 25, 2021


Researchers improve plant prime editing efficiency with optimized pegRNA designs


March 16, 2021


Sanatech Seed launches world’s first GE tomato - The company’s gene-edited enhanced GABA tomato was developed using CRISPR/Cas9 technology (EuroFruit)


March 8, 2021


Origin Agritech utilizes gene editing technology to create new corn traits


February 26, 2021


Hotter, drier, CRISPR: editing for climate change


February 11, 2021


The Philippines - Department of Science and Technology to develop guidelines on plant breeding innovations (Manila Bulletin)


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