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FDA approves first-ever GM animal for use in food and human medicine: GalSafe pigs

[Dec 14], the U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved a first-of-its-kind intentional genomic alteration (IGA) in a line of domestic ...
How do you make a GMO? FDA’s step-by-step guide to genetically engineering a crop

How do you make a GMO? FDA’s step-by-step guide to genetically engineering a crop

Identify: To produce a GMO plant, scientists first identify what trait they want that plant to have, such as resistance ...
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FDA releases free ‘Feed your mind’ curriculum to teach students about GMOs

[September 29], the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has posted additional “Feed Your Mind” consumer education materials.  Developed in ...
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FDA launches high-school curriculum to teach students about GMOs, CRISPR

Food agriculture is a topic of great interest to farmers, consumers, scientists, educators, and many people of all ages. After ...
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FDA Feed Your Mind project offers ‘science-based’ answers to questions about GMO safety, regulation

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) launched a new education initiative called “Feed Your Mind” to help consumers better ...
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FDA rejects Center for Food Safety objections to key ingredient in GMO Impossible Burger

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA or we) is responding to objections that it received from the Center for Food ...
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FDA announces controversial ‘risk-based’ rules for CRISPR-edited animal technology

Anna Abram, Scott Gottlieb | 
Novel biotechnology, like genome editing, holds tremendous potential to improve animal health, enhance farm productivity, improve nutrition, and even reduce ...
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FDA launches initiative to support plant, animal biotechnology innovation

Today, [October 30] the U.S. Food and Drug Administration announced the Plant and Animal Biotechnology Innovation Action Plan to outline the key ...
US FDA: Gene-edited crops can have many advantages for consumers

US FDA: Gene-edited crops can have many advantages for consumers

Anna Abram, Scott Gottlieb | 
Scientific advances in biotechnology, such as genome editing and synthetic biology, hold enormous potential to improve human and animal health, ...
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USDA and FDA to coordinate and streamline regulations of GMO and gene-edited crops and animals

U.S. Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue and FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb, M.D. announced at the White House [Jan. 30] a formal ...
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