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May 19, 2022


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


New genomic techniques: the European Commission opens the door - An historical challenge for the French EU presidency (European Scientist)


May 18, 2022


How tweaking genes keeps corn and rice on your plate


India - Department of Biotechnology releases Guidelines for the Safety Assessment of Genome Edited Plants, 2022


May 12, 2022


European Union starts consultation on novel plant breeding methods (European Biotechnology)


May 11, 2022


Significant gene-editing policy changes seen in Europe (IHS Market)


May 10, 2022


New Genetic Technology (Precision Breeding) Bill will support more sustainable agriculture - NIAB


May 3, 2022


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


Scientists turn on gene without creating a GMO - Gene editing technique provides ability to switch genes on without adding transgenes


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


May 2, 2022


Public consultation: EU legislation on new genomic techniques


EU Commission launches consultation on the regulation of new genomic techniques (Feed Navigator)


April 28, 2022


Belgium - Federal authorities grant permission to perform three new field trials with genome-edited maize
De federale autoriteiten in België hebben toestemming gegeven om drie nieuwe veldproeven uit te voeren met genoom-bewerkte maïs


April 22, 2022


Sanatech Seed's Chief Technical Officer summarizes in Plant & Cell Physiology the research and development of GABA high accumulate tomatoes to date and the activities leading up to the world’s first marketing of a crop using CRISPR


April 20, 2022


4. Dialog Genome Editing - Versorgungssicherheit und Nachhaltigkeit in Einklang bringen; Verbraucher mitnehmen - Experten diskutieren Einsatzmöglichkeiten der Genschere CRISPR/Cas


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)


April 11, 2022


United Kingdom - Dawn of a new era - GM pioneers celebrate as relaxing of rules around gene editing finally comes into force


April 4, 2022


In boost for agriculture, India exempts gene edited crops from biosafety assessment


4. Dialog Genome Editing - „Mit der Genschere CRISPR/Cas zu mehr Versorgungssicherheit, Nachhaltigkeit und Umweltschutz!?“


Using gene scissors to specifically eliminate individual cell types - KIT Researchers use CRISPR-Kill to prevent the formation of specific organs during plant development
Mit der Genschere einzelne Zelltypen gezielt eliminieren - Forschende des KIT verhindern mit CRISPR-Kill die Bildung von spezifischen Organen während der Pflanzenentwicklung


April 1, 2022


India - Central government exempts genome-edited crops from stringent GM regulations (Business Standard)


India - Easing of genome-edited crop regulations expected to accelerate genetic improvement (Financial Express)


Syngenta-Chef fordert größeren Einsatz der Gentechnik (Handelsblatt)


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 28, 2022


Genome Editing: Lockerungen überall


March 25, 2022


How South Africa is bungling regulation of CRISPR and other gene edited crops — and why consumers will pay the price (Genetic Literacy Project)


March 23, 2022


New collaboration to validate CRISPR genome-editing tools in plants - Merck KGaA signs collaboration and license agreement with Israeli company BetterSeeds to accelerate use of CRISPR in agricultural applications, making it more widely available (The Jerusalem Post)


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