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RECIPES Project Jul 15
Dr Michael Antoniou from warns against de-regulation of crops and products. The should be applied and a reasonable "middle way" found.
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MichaelSDeVries Jul 16
Gene-Edited Foods Just Took a Big Step Toward Commercialization =>
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Stephen Chambers Jul 16
crops can help mitigate climate change, say experts - but face regulatory hurdle before farmers allowed to grow
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MichaelSDeVries Jun 20
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Gus McFarlane Nov 26
Jiankui He, the Chinese scientist behind the babies will be giving a talk on safety and moral principles 🤦🏼‍♂️
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Lyndal Byford Nov 26
Two of the biggest stories of the year happening at once. or babies
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Precision Med US 2 Nov 16
There's No Need To Fear Food -
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GMO-free Europe Jul 9
The EU must not de-regulate gene-edited crops and foods
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Aditi Mankad Mar 21
foods are safe, Japanese panel concludes: "The [yet to be released] report says no safety screening should be required provided the techniques used do not leave foreign genes or parts of genes in the target organism"
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Rebeca🐞 Mar 20
Now the bees will have gene-edited pollen to eat🙄 is developing . The National Organic Standards Board said foods made with gene editing cannot qualify as . They should be subject to the same rules as conventional .
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For a Better World 16 Nov 16
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Non-GMO Toronto Feb 22
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Gus McFarlane Feb 25
If you think regulations should be harmonised for plant and animal breeders, please sign this petition. resistance, adaptability, security
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Jim Rubens Nov 25
Looks like the world's first baby may be born in . The intended CCR5 edits were pioneered by using zinc fingers.
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ISAAA Oct 15
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#UnitedNotDivided 17 Jul 16
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jsavill Jan 22
Southern University of Science & Technology (SUST) in recruited 7 couples for a clinical trial to create babies.The scientists disabled a specific gene because of its susceptibility to diseases including smallpox, cholera & HIV.
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Yield10 Bioscience Jul 8
Reporter of highlights how government regulated process for is different from the voluntary process for crops.
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Pierre Devaux Sep 26
According to the decision, plants are considered as while variants from in vitro not. This paper demonstrated that at least these two types occur in gene edited experiments. Distinguishing them will be extremely difficult while sometimes impossible.
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Code of the Wild Nov 29
Dr. George Church weighs in on twins.
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