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Animal GMO and gene-editing regulations are outdated, hindering innovation. Here’s what experts say needs to change

Animal GMO and gene-editing regulations are outdated, hindering innovation. Here’s what experts say needs to change

Jennifer Shike | 
In order for gene editing in agricultural animals to “unleash enormous gains in productivity,” a remodeling of the federal landscape ...
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Chipotle on defensive in suit claiming it falsely advertised its food is non-GMO

Greg Henderson | 
The fast-casual restaurant chain [Chipotle] that promises “food with integrity” was just informed its marketing campaign is without integrity. U.S ...
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Why is there so much ‘fear and loathing’ of anything biotech?

Dan Murphy | 
In this era marked by Grand Canyon-sized divides among Americans, there’s one subject that seems to unite people, no matter ...
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The end of livestock dehorning? Gene-edited hornless dairy cattle move towards commercialization

Wyatt Bechtel | 
Dehorning could soon be a thing of the past thanks to alliance formed by two genetics companies based in the ...
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Regulations based on ‘spurious, undocu­mented risks’ keeping GMO and gene-edited foods from consumers, report says

John Maday | 
Scientists continue to make advancements in biotechnology, while private and public entities invest in development of technologies to enhance agriculture ...
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