Genetically modified food, Crops, Gene, DNA, Genetic engineering, Agriculture

Gene editing: why scientists need to be part of the conversation

On Feb 1, 2021
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The EU #GreenDeal is ambitious and can only succeed when innovation is maximally deployed. For agriculture, this implies the use of eco-friendly and climate resilient crops selected with the help of genome editing. https://t.co/wuchMkVqvE https://t.co/ZXVBRNgDmj
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With the UK no longer a member of the European Union, the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (DEFRA) has opened a public consultation on the regulation of gene editing in England.

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On Feb 1, 2021
@InzeDirk shared
The EU #GreenDeal is ambitious and can only succeed when innovation is maximally deployed. For agriculture, this implies the use of eco-friendly and climate resilient crops selected with the help of genome editing. https://t.co/wuchMkVqvE https://t.co/ZXVBRNgDmj
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Gene editing: why scientists need to be part of the conversation

Gene editing: why scientists need to be part of the conversation

With the UK no longer a member of the European Union, the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (DEFRA) has opened a public consultation on the regulation of gene editing in ...

Five reasons why gene editing is good for the UK

Five reasons why gene editing is good for the UK

Gene editing isn’t just about medicine. The potential benefits of adopting gene editing techniques in crop research are huge and varied, for the environment, consumer health and the ...

Europe’s Gene Editing Regulation Exposes the Messy Relationship Between Science and Politics

Europe’s Gene Editing Regulation Exposes the Messy Relationship Between Science and Politics

A lot of the questions surrounding gene editing regulation are not really scientific but about what this technology is feeding into.

Organic Farming & Gene Editing: Oxymoron or Tool for Sustainable Ag?

Organic Farming & Gene Editing: Oxymoron or Tool for Sustainable Ag?

This post is written by Rebecca Mackelprang and is posted on Cornell Alliance for Science, an initiative based at Cornell University, a non-profit institution. Their mission is to promote ...