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CRISPR-edited wheat cuts immune response in ‘gluten-sensitive’ patients by 85%, new study shows

Approximately one person in 100 has celiac disease, which means for them eating gluten is risking diarrhea, vomiting, malnutrition, and ...
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Video: European farmers push for greater access to GMO crops to ensure better harvests

From adapting to climate change to ensuring a sufficient supply of food, agricultural innovation has enormous potential to help farmers ...
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Does EU’s delay in approving GMO imports constitute ‘maladministration?’

The GLP aggregated and excerpted this blog/article to reflect the diversity of news, opinion and analysis. The European Ombudsman Emily ...
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Bio industry claim: Unnecessary delays in GMO reviews cost EU economy €9.6 billion

EuropaBio, the European Association for Bioindustries, which includes companies from research and development, testing, manufacturing and distribution of biotechnology products ...

Spain cuts pesticide use, saves millions of euros by adopting GM corn

The adoption of genetically modified Bt corn in Spain--one of the few European Union countries to embrace GM technology--has allowed ...
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Half-century of undue delays: GM approval in the EU

The European Association of Bioindustries has issued a report criticizes the European Commission's habit of delaying decisions on GM product ...
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