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CRISPR cows could boost sustainable meat production, but regulations and wary consumers stand in the way

Genetic Literacy Project | 
When Ralph Fisher, a Texas cattle rancher, set eyes on one of the world’s first cloned calves in August 1999, he ...
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High-yielding desert crops? Soil-free growing system could boost food security in world’s arid regions

Digital Trends | 
A lush, green mat of fresh animal fodder is an unlikely sight in the harsh Sahara Desert, but a project ...
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How CRISPR gene editing will ‘supercharge’ agriculture

Digital Trends | 
[J]ust as corn helped create these civilizations, these civilizations helped create corn through meticulous selective breeding. Today’s grain hardly resembles ...
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