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No evidence GMO chestnut trees harm humans, animals or the environment, developers tell USDA

William Powell | 
Researchers at the State University of New York College of Environmental Science and Forestry (ESF) have developed Darling 58 American ...
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Using GMO technology to restore the blight-devastated American chestnut: State University of New York awarded breakthrough $3.2 million Templeton Foundation grant

Claire Dunn | 
[The State University of New York College of Environmental Science and Forestry] has received its largest-ever charitable gift, $3.2 million, ...
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Using genetic modification to revive American chestnut trees could pave way to saving disease-threatened ash, elm, hemlock and walnut trees

Scores of tiny American chestnut seedlings that grow in a field in the upstate New York countryside could be the ...