Misleading glyphosate-cancer study Part 2: ‘Symptom of a widespread problem’—Concerns about ideological activism in science research and communications | Genetic Literacy Project

For the better part of four years, a coalition of environmental groups and tort lawyers (aided by the mainstream press) has relentlessly asserted that the
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Gene editing could produce more flavorful decaf coffee — and combat public’s anti-GMO sentiment | Genetic Literacy Project

Coffee is one of the world’s most popular drinks, but that cup can come with a price of jitters or sleeplessness. The stimulant in coffee — the thing that
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Uncertain future: Will Europe’s Green Deal encourage or cripple crop gene-editing innovation? | Genetic Literacy Project

The EU Green Deal and its Farm-to-Fork and Biodiversity Strategies stipulate ambitious policy objectives that will fundamentally impact agricultural
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Can Biden’s USDA bring America’s animal gene-editing rules into the 21st century? | Genetic Literacy Project

I am in perhaps a somewhat rare position regarding the contemplated USDA regulatory framework, as I actually have several animals from amenable species
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‘Back to the future’: The case for returning to risk-based animal gene-editing regulations | Genetic Literacy Project

So what is the USDA’s proposal for the regulation of genetically engineered animals? In a nutshell, it proposes moving regulation of food animals that are
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Expert Proposes Techniques to Address Regulatory Concerns in Gene Editing- Crop Biotech Update (January 13, 2021) | ISAAA.org

Expert Proposes Techniques to Address Regulatory Concerns in Gene Editing- Crop Biotech Update (January 13, 2021) | ISAAA.org
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Defra Seeks Support for Gene Editing; Launches Consultation- Crop Biotech Update (January 13, 2021) | ISAAA.org

Defra Seeks Support for Gene Editing; Launches Consultation- Crop Biotech Update (January 13, 2021) | ISAAA.org
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GE animals: While the federal government delays approvals, antibiotic use, animal suffering and food prices increase | Genetic Literacy Project

They say good things come to those who wait. Well I have been waiting my entire career to eat milk, meat or eggs from a genetically engineered (GE) animal.
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Regulation gone wrong: A critique of the FDA’s nonsensical animal gene-editing rules | Genetic Literacy Project

The “Guidance for Industry #187” entitled, “Regulation of Intentionally Altered Genomic DNA in Animals” was published in the Federal Register in 2017, and
— Read on geneticliteracyproject.org/2021/01/13/regulation-gone-wrong-a-critique-of-the-fdas-nonsensical-animal-gene-editing-rules/