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GMO aspen trees could provide sustainable source of biofuel, study shows

Anne Honsel | 
Hybrid aspen, a crossing between European and American aspen, is one of Sweden’s most productive tree species which grows better ...
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One year after EU decision to regulate CRISPR crops as GMOs, 120 research institutions call for updated plant breeding rules

Hans Adolfsson | 
Scientists from 120 European research institutions support an open statement [arguing] that crops created using gene-editing techniques should not be ...

First gene edited meal served: Pasta with sautéed CRISPR veggies

For (probably) the first time ever, plants modified with the “genetic scissors” CRISPR-Cas9 has been cultivated, harvested and cooked. Stefan ...
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