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Spray-on viral treatment can ‘fine-tune’ crops as they grow, without genetic engineering

Spray-on viral treatment can ‘fine-tune’ crops as they grow, without genetic engineering

Ian Godwin, Karen Massel, Lee Hickey | 
[W]ith climate change in action across the globe, forecasting temperature and rainfall is becoming more challenging. Hence during the crop ...
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Viewpoint: US, EU decisions pave way for ‘more consistent and rational’ regulation of gene-edited foods

Genome engineering using CRISPR–Cas9 technology has come a long way in a very short time. ... Now, CRISPR–Cas9 has passed another ...

GMO crops essential for reducing farming’s carbon footprint, warming

John Pickett | 
The need for GM crops is growing rapidly as a consequence of the overriding priority for the sustainable generation of ...

Can genetic engineering resurrect extinct plant species?

The subject of extinction and de-extinction are much in the news at the moment, but discussions tend to focus on ...

Will naturally GMO sweet potatoes change public perceptions of genetic engineering?

Jonathan Jones | 
One of the world's most important staple crops, the sweet potato, is a naturally transgenic plant that was genetically modified ...
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