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USDA hints that CRISPR gene-edited crops should be allowed in organic farming

Katherine Durrell | 
USDA Undersecretary of Agriculture Greg Ibach testified before the House Agriculture Subcommittee [in July] that plants grown with the aid ...
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Could Brexit mean CRISPR? EU departure presents the UK with a food policy overhaul opportunity

Robin Wyers | 
Brexit could present the UK with a unique opportunity to modernize its food regulations, but it should tread carefully in ...
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Advances in technology spur calls for EU law amendments around GMOs

Kristiana Lalou, Robin Wyers | 
Researchers have come forward in support of a recent proposal from The Netherlands Ministry of Infrastructure and the Environment, to ...
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