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GMO, gene-edited crops face uncertain future in UK despite post-Brexit hopes for relaxed biotech rules

Liv Sewell, Nigel Halford | 
Growing and selling genetically modified organisms (GMOs) is permitted in the UK but GMO products are subject to a lengthy ...
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EU decision nears: How will gene-edited crops be regulated?

Jim Dunwell, Kate Barlow | 
We asked [Professor Jim Dunwell] about the protracted decision on regulation and what this will mean for the future of gene ...
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Viewpoint: ‘Regulating gene-edited crops as GMOs will do nothing to support sustainable agriculture’

Sarah Schmidt | 
Gene editing is the latest and sexiest DNA editing tool in the continuum of plant breeding innovations. With genetically modified ...