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Viewpoint: Giving up hamburgers won’t stop climate change

Viewpoint: Giving up hamburgers won’t stop climate change

Frank Mitloehner | 
Climate change is the biggest challenge of our lifetime, which we must address with urgency, but swapping out a hamburger ...
Males=hunters, females=gatherers? Not so fast. Many early big-game hunters were women, research suggests

Males=hunters, females=gatherers? Not so fast. Many early big-game hunters were women, research suggests

In 2018, during archaeological excavations at a high-altitude site called Wilamaya Patjxa in what is now Peru, researchers found an ...
Video: How do you breed CRISPR cows? A crash course on animal gene editing

Video: How do you breed CRISPR cows? A crash course on animal gene editing

Alison Van Eenennaam, Joseph Owen | 
How do you breed gene-edited animals? This 30-minute video from the University of California, Davis details the making of a ...
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Video: What are the risks and benefits of animal gene editing?

Alison Van Eenennaam | 
University of California – Davis’ Alison Van Eenennaam answers questions on genome editing. Van Eenennaam discusses her research on hornless ...
More meat with less environmental impact? CRISPR and one gene change could improve the sustainability of beef production

More meat with less environmental impact? CRISPR and one gene change could improve the sustainability of beef production

Amy Quinton | 
Scientists at the University of California, Davis, have successfully produced a bull calf, named Cosmo, who was genome-edited as an ...
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New gene-editing technique eliminates GMO ‘delivery vehicle’ for CRISPR crops

Greg Watry | 
Despite evidence that demonstrates genetically-modified crops are as safe as crops produced through traditional breeding, sections of the public remain ...
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Offspring of gene-edited, hornless dairy bull born healthy, study confirms

This technology has been proposed as an alternative to dehorning, a common management practice performed to protect other cattle and ...
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Wheat gene discovery could fend off deadly stem rust pathogen threatening global food security

Diane Nelson | 
University of California, Davis, researchers have identified a gene that enables resistance to a new devastating strain of stem rust, ...
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Gene salad: First comprehensive genome assembly of lettuce reveals ‘treasure-trove of genetic information’

Pat Bailey | 
UC Davis researchers announced in Nature Communications that they have unlocked a treasure-trove of genetic information about lettuce and related plants, releasing ...
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Facing climate change, plant breeders use genetics, robotics to develop crops ‘that can adapt to it all’

Diane Nelson | 
Variable weather is creating extreme challenges for crop breeding in California. How do you develop crops that will thrive under ...
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