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Viewpoint: Getting approval for CRISPR gene edited crops in Europe is proving perilous. Here’s a guide for scientists and politicians

Viewpoint: Getting approval for CRISPR gene edited crops in Europe is proving perilous. Here’s a guide for scientists and politicians

Catherine Regnault-Roger | 
Should genome-editing products be considered genetically modified organisms (GMOs) subject to the same regulations as products derived from transgenesis? There ...
3 science communication tips from a pro: Geneticist Kevin Folta explains how to build trust with GMO skeptics

3 science communication tips from a pro: Geneticist Kevin Folta explains how to build trust with GMO skeptics

Sonja Begemann | 
Kevin Folta, professor at the University of Florida, has dedicated much of his professional life to not only pushing the ...
Europe’s ‘most cherished’ grape varieties threatened by deadly diseases. CRISPR can help save them

Europe’s ‘most cherished’ grape varieties threatened by deadly diseases. CRISPR can help save them

Marcel Bruins | 
How the latest breeding techniques are saving the taste of our most cherished grape vine varieties.  European Seed (ES): Could ...
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How do you make vegetables taste like meat? The science behind the rise of plant-based burgers

Joe Schwarcz | 
“Beyond Meat,” an American company that produces plant-based meat substitutes, made a huge splash in financial markets when its stock ...
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Viewpoint: Crop biotech advocates should stop pushing organic industry to embrace gene editing

Niels Louwaars | 
Farming is not nature; we learn from nature and use that knowledge to produce the goods that we need. Farmers ...
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Former EU food safety commissioner: Europe can’t afford to ignore the crop gene editing revolution

Vytenis Andriukaitis | 
Debate on new breeding techniques is intense. Sometimes dubbed by their opponents as the “new GMOs” who raise concerns over ...
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Viewpoint: Developing nations should reject Europe’s fear-based crop biotech rules to grow their economies

David Zaruk | 
In a recent speaking tour in South-East Asia, I was horrified to learn how many emerging market governments in the ...
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Viewpoint: Europe has traded crop biotechnology for ‘faith-based’ agroecology

David Zaruk | 
We are living in a new Dark Age in Europe where innovation and technology are being rejected at an alarming ...
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Viewpoint: GMO debate needs more innovation, not scientific consensus

David Zaruk | 
[Editor’s note: David Zaruk, who writes under the blog name ‘The Risk-Monger’ is a professor based in Brussels writing on ...
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