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Europe regulates gene-edited crops as GMOs. Will it ever have the tools to detect them?

Europe regulates gene-edited crops as GMOs. Will it ever have the tools to detect them?

Labiotech | 
To enforce GMO restrictions, EU member states first need a way to detect GMOs. So in 2002, the EU set ...
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Biofuel from GMO trees could cut global oil use, but EU biotech rules slow development

Labiotech | 
The looming threat of climate change is increasing the pressure to reduce our consumption of fossil fuels. New technologies to ...
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Fat from gene-edited plants could make infant formula more nutritious, less expensive

Labiotech | 
A team from the Rothamsted Research center, UK, has developed plants capable of mass-producing fat molecules resembling those in human ...
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Microbial biofertilizer could boost sustainable farming as food demand booms

Labiotech | 
Agriculture is facing tough challenges in the years ahead, including a rising world population and arable land and water becoming ...
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Molecular pharming: Could cancer treatments one day grow on trees?

Labiotech | 
Could you imagine a world in which clinical treatments for illnesses such as cancer grew on trees? Professor Julian Ma ...
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