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January 19, 2021


USDA/APHIS announces deregulation of petunias developed using genetic engineering


January 13, 2021


Regulatory assessment of off-target changes and spurious DNA insertionsin gene-edited organisms for agri-food use (Journal of Regulatory Science)


January 12, 2021


Italia - New breeding techniques, domani il voto alla Camera (MyFruit)


Iinternational Seed Federation statement on the notification of genome edited high-GABA tomato in Japan


Japan: breeders launch genome edited tomato (Tomato News)


January 8, 2021


Gene editing in tomato, potato, and wheat


Gene editing of crops and livestock may soon be permitted in England - Government has launched consultation to change current strict EU rules (The Guardian)


January 7, 2021


Rothamsted welcomes Defra consultation on gene editing - "The solutions that genome editing make possible cannot come too soon"


United Kingdom - OF&G (Organic Farmers & Growers) seeks government assurance of meaningful gene editing consultation


United Kingdom - Leading scientists, politicians welcome Defra gene editing consultation, urge organic sector to keep an open mind


British Society of Plant Breeders welcomes Defra gene editing consultation as a boost for plant breeding, farming and the environment


January 6, 2021


A CRISPR picture emerges on European Union GMO directive


January 5, 2021


Evogene Provides 2020 Year-End Update for CRISPR-IL Consortium - Progress includes completion of a first version of the artificial intelligence-driven platform for genome-editing


January 4, 2021


Japan - Ministry of Health, Labour, and Welfare updates genome editing handling procedures for crossbred progeny


December 18, 2020


Japan determines that genome edited tomato will not be regulated as GE


USDA/APHIS announces deregulation of enhanced yield, herbicide tolerant corn variety developed using genetic engineering


December 17, 2020


EU-Parlament lehnt Zulassung gentechnisch veränderter Pflanzen mit Rekordmehrheit ab


December 16, 2020


As the CRISPR revolution advances, here’s how gene editing will actually help farmers and consumers (Genetic Literacy Project)


December 11, 2020


ゲノム編集技術により開発したGABA含有量を高めたトマトの届出提出について


'Off switch' during error-prone cell cycle phase may fix CRISPR's unwanted changes problem


December 9, 2020


Japan set to approve 1st genome-edited food for market (The Japan News)


December 8, 2020


Cibus applauds the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) conclusion that gene editing by ODM, SDN-1 and SDN-2 does not pose more hazards than conventional plant breeding - EFSA scientific opinion represents an important step in Europe’s “Farm to Fork” initiative


December 7, 2020


Canada - Crop variety development process called balancing act - Farmer input is encouraged as seed variety development regulations are updated to recognize the needs of both producers and the market


December 4, 2020


Improving gene editing efficiency in wheat


December 3, 2020


Latin American researchers use gene editing to develop new crops that benefit farmers and consumers


November 27, 2020


Existing guidance appropriate for gene editing assessment, says the European Food Safety Authority (Euractiv)


November 25, 2020


European Food Safety Authority - Outcome of the public consultation on the draft Scientific Opinion on the applicability of the EFSA Opinion on site‐directed nucleases type 3 for the safety assessment of plants developed using site‐directed nucleases type 1 and 2 and oligonucleotide‐directed mutagenesis


European Food Safety Authority - Applicability of the EFSA Opinion on site‐directed nucleases type 3 for the safety assessment of plants developed using site‐directed nucleases type 1 and 2 and oligonucleotide‐directed mutagenesis


European Food Safety Authority - Existing guidance appropriate for assessment of genome editing in plants


November 24, 2020


Neue Züchtungstechniken - Die Gentechnikdebatte ist mit Vehemenz zurück (Top Agrar)


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