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As temperatures rise, gene editing helps climate proof the global food supply

Yale Environment 360 | 
“The largest single global change that threatens food security is high temperature,” said Donald Ort, a professor of plant biology ...
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‘Environmental DNA’ tests could aid in management of commercial, endangered fish

Yale Environment 360 | 
Environmental DNA, or eDNA, is at the center of a brand new kind of fish and wildlife biology, and it ...
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