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Podcast: FDA’s double standard? Geneticist Alison Van Eenennaam examines why agency defends GE crops but overregulates GE animals

Genetic Literacy Project | 
After more than 30 years of development and regulatory review, AquaBounty's fast-growing, GM salmon is poised to hit US grocery ...
Can Biden's USDA bring America's animal gene-editing rules into the 21st century?

Can Biden’s USDA bring America’s animal gene-editing rules into the 21st century?

Genetic Literacy Project | 
I am in perhaps a somewhat rare position regarding the contemplated USDA regulatory framework, as I actually have several animals ...
'Back to the future': The case for returning to risk-based animal gene-editing regulations

‘Back to the future’: The case for returning to risk-based animal gene-editing regulations

Genetic Literacy Project | 
So what is the USDA’s proposal for the regulation of genetically engineered animals? In a nutshell, it proposes moving regulation ...
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Regulation gone wrong: A critique of the FDA’s nonsensical animal gene-editing rules

Genetic Literacy Project | 
The “Guidance for Industry #187” entitled “Regulation of Intentionally Altered Genomic DNA in Animals” was published in the Federal Register ...
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Viewpoint: ‘Regulatory creep’—How the FDA’s evolving rules hindered the introduction of gene-edited animals

Genetic Literacy Project | 
Ever since the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced its plans to regulate genomic alterations in genome edited animals ...
GE animals: While the federal government delays approvals, antibiotic use, animal suffering and food prices increase

GE animals: While the federal government delays approvals, antibiotic use, animal suffering and food prices increase

Genetic Literacy Project | 
They say good things come to those who wait. Well I have been waiting my entire career to eat milk, ...
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

University of California Davis | 
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?

University of California Davis | 
University of California – Davis’ Alison Van Eenennaam answers questions on genome editing. Van Eenennaam discusses her research on hornless ...
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Viewpoint: Glyphosate causes kidney disease? Debunking anti-GMO activist Vandana Shiva’s herbicide junk science

Genetic Literacy Project | 
Seeing Vandana Shiva hosted at the University of California made me embarrassed to be a UC parent, alum, and faculty ...
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Viewpoint: Free speech vs science—Should colleges invite anti-GMO speakers they know spread misinformation?

Genetic Literacy Project | 
In the face of climate change, the expectation for evidence is doubled because of the dramatic implications ...
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Viewpoint: Fact-checking anti-GMO activist Vandana Shiva’s ‘Poison-Free, Fossil-Free’ food lecture

Genetic Literacy Project | 
The event was a missed opportunity to have the more nuanced discussion that such an important topic deserves ...
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Geneticist Alison Van Eenennaam explains how the CRISPR gene editing ‘revolution’ can improve our food

Technology Networks | 
The final instalment of Technology Networks Explores the CRISPR Revolution is an interview with Dr Alison Van Eenennaam, a livestock ...
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Viewpoint: 300 scientists say FDA’s plan to regulate CRISPR-edited animals as drugs will effectively shut down innovation

Genetic Literacy Project | 
This proposed regulatory approach for genome editing in animals will make it cost prohibitive for both U.S. researchers and livestock ...
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Viewpoint: FDA plan to regulate gene-edited animals as drugs will thwart US food innovation

Genetic Literacy Project | 
In the absence of sensible regulation of the breathtaking genetic variation that exists naturally in our food species, innovation will ...
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5 things to know about genetically engineered AquAdvantage salmon coming soon to US grocery stores

Genetic Literacy Project | 
Animal genomics expert Alison Van Eenennaam explains the significance of the FDA’s move ...
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Viewpoint: FDA plan to regulate CRISPR-edited animals as drugs will keep innovative products off the market

Nature | 
[T]he U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has proposed mandatory premarket new animal drug regulatory evaluation for all food animals ...
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US researchers moving abroad to avoid FDA’s CRISPR-edited animal regulations

Genetic Literacy Project | 
Alison Van Eenennaam offers a critical look at stifling US animal gene-editing rules ...
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Talking Biotech: Regulating gene-edited animals as drugs will stifle food innovation

Genetic Literacy Project | 
Animal gene editing could revolutionize food production. But FDA regulation stands in the way ...
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Proposed U.S. regulation of gene-edited food animals is not fit for purpose

Genetic Literacy Project | 
Both plant and animal breeders need access to gene editing tools to introduce sustainability traits ...
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Viewpoint: Lab-grown meat isn’t as ‘clean’ as you might think

Genetic Literacy Project | 
There are many polarizing false dichotomies around this emerging technology ...
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Whole Foods embraces slow-growing chickens: Why that’s not so environmentally sustainable

Genetic Literacy Project | 
There is a movement, pushed by Whole Foods, to go back to slower-growing chickens. This is problematic from a sustainability ...
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Gene editing could provide humane alternative to painful cattle dehorning

Progressive Dairyman | 
Physical dehorning of dairy cattle is a standard practice to protect both human dairy workers and other animals from injury ...
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Talking Biotech: What’s keeping disease-resistant GMO bananas from Ugandan farmers?

Genetic Literacy Project | 
Ugandan researcher Nassib Mugwanya: GMO bananas are the best tool we have to save bananas from bacterial wilt, but Uganda's ...
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Why FDA’s proposed gene-editing regulations could stifle CRISPR research on food animals

CRISPR Journal | 
A 2017 draft Food and Drug Administration guidance proposes mandatory, multigenerational premarket new animal drug evaluation of all “intentional genomic ...
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Viewpoint: Gene editing poised to revolutionize agriculture—if we can fix biotech regulations

Genetic Literacy Project | 
In his speech at the recent American Farm Bureau convention, President Trump said his administration was "streamlining regulations that have blocked cutting-edge ...
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How foods created with CRISPR and other New Breeding Techniques (NBTs) can earn consumer trust

AgroNews | 
An Interview with Alison Van Eenennaam, Animal Biotechnology & Genomics Extension Specialist at the University of California-Davis: From your perspective, ...
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Viewpoint: Netflix’s ‘Okja’ perpetuates stereotypes about food, farming and scientists

Genetic Literacy Project | 
The popular Netflix movie is a disservice to important agricultural research aimed at producing more food with fewer resources, writes ...
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