Science can rescue farming. Relaxing gene editing rules should be the start | Nick Talbot | The Guardian

As the UK prepares to approve genome editing, a leading food scientist argues it should also ease up on GM crops
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“Trends in the snacking category influence our table grape breeding process”

“Trends in the snacking category influence our table grape breeding process”
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A human protein genetically engineered into wheat plants increases yields by 50%. Is this dramatic tweak replicable? – Genetic Literacy Project

It’s not enough to grow more food—humanity needs to grow more efficiently. With an eye toward feeding the world’s growing population in a sustainable way,
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Seedless blackberries with a year-round growing season? Gene editing opens up new doors for radical improvements in the long-stagnant berry market – Genetic Literacy Project

Genetic variation plus environmental effects are what make us, and the berries we grow, what we are. The interaction of these two factors continues to be
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Biryani boost: Raft of gene editing innovations can improve rice quality and flavors | Genetic Literacy Project

Today, biryani is a staple in millions of kitchens around the world. And yet, no two are alike. Myriad add-ons turn this aromatic rice-based curry into a
— Read on geneticliteracyproject.org/2021/07/30/biryani-boost-raft-of-gene-editing-innovations-can-improve-rice-quality-and-flavors/

A tomato that requires no pesticides to grow? | Genetic Literacy Project

West Virginia University researcher Vagner Benedito believes he will be able to develop a tomato that requires little to no pesticides….“Some wild
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Gene-edited crops made in Latin America, for Latin American needs | Genetic Literacy Project

In recent years, precision biotechnologies have appeared on the Latin American horizon, introducing new ways to modify genomes affordably easily and
— Read on geneticliteracyproject.org/2021/08/02/gene-edited-crops-made-in-latin-america-for-latin-american-needs/

Gene Drive Regulations to Evolve as the Technology Advances -Experts- Crop Biotech Update (July 28, 2021) | ISAAA.org

Gene Drive Regulations to Evolve as the Technology Advances -Experts- Crop Biotech Update (July 28, 2021) | ISAAA.org
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Regulatory and Governance Considerations for Gene Drive Research- Crop Biotech Update (July 21, 2021) | ISAAA.org

Regulatory and Governance Considerations for Gene Drive Research- Crop Biotech Update (July 21, 2021) | ISAAA.org
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Remodeling the Gene Editing Regulatory Landscape Necessary, Report- Crop Biotech Update (July 21, 2021) | ISAAA.org

Remodeling the Gene Editing Regulatory Landscape Necessary, Report- Crop Biotech Update (July 21, 2021) | ISAAA.org
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