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Viewpoint: We’ve got 10 years to prevent ‘irreversible’ climate change damage. Here’s how CRISPR can help

Genetic Literacy Project | 
Ten years – that is the timeline scientists have given us to either address climate change or suffer irreversible damages ...
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COVID-19, climate change may accelerate public acceptance of CRISPR-edited food

Food Navigator | 
Gene editing, like genetic modification, is a technology that has attracted a fair amount of skepticism from European regulators and ...
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Viewpoint: Developing countries begin rejecting anti-GMO ‘fearmongering’ to reap benefits of biofortified crops

New Food | 
Gene and genome editing for crops has been presented as a reasonable solution to create healthier, more plentiful food but ...
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CRISPR crops spur farming innovation despite climate change, water shortages and exploding food demand

AGDAILY | 
The discussion and debate surrounding advances in agriculture have become frequent topics of discussion....[N]ow more than ever, the concept of ...
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