archived news articles

2021

Science X, 30 December 2021
Speeding up directed evolution of molecules in the lab using a new robotic platform

Medical Xpress, 30 December 2021
New neural network for more accurate DNA editing

Common Dreams, 29 December 2021
Facing Ongoing Litigation Challenge, Federal GMO Food Labeling Regulations to Go into Effect on January 1

Channel News Asia, 28 December 2021
China to give safety approval to more domestic GMO corn types

Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News, 27 December 2021
Oil Degrading Microbe Grown in Lab for the First Time

EurekAlert!, 23 December 2021
HIV infection: Better understanding the reservoir of virus in the body

Hortidaily, 21 December 2021
UK startup lands 5M seed round to produce gene-edited crops with AI

El Pas, 21 December 2021
Experimental treatment in Spain puts 18 cancer patients in complete remission

EurekAlert!, 20 December 2021
New research moves closer to harnessing viruses to fight bacteria and reduce antibiotic use

Science X, 20 December 2021
Cotton genome study bound for International Space Station

News Medical, 19 December 2021
CRISPR-based microfluidic platform detects respiratory viruses and SARS-CoV-2 variants

The University of Alabama at Birmingham, 17 December 2021
New gene therapy could provide cure for sickle cell disease, according to UAB study

The Harvard Gazette, 17 December 2021
Twin gene-editing system gives twice the efficiency

Bloomberg, 15 December 2021
Your Cold Brew Won't Survive a Hot World

EurekAlert!, 15 December 2021
Breakthrough in using CRISPR-Cas9 to target fat cells

Technology Networks, 14 December 2021
New Gene-Writing Tool Helps To Develop Advanced Gene Therapies

News Medical, 13 December 2021
Genetic-code expansion technique to potentially create next-generation vaccine candidate

Science X, 9 December 2021
New biosensors shine a light on CRISPR gene editing

California Institute of Technology, 9 December 2021
New Technology is One Step Closer to Targeted Gene Therapy

Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News, 8 December 2021
CRISPR-based DETECTR assay for faster SARS-CoV-2 surveillance

News Atlas, 8 December 2021
CRISPR gene therapy, ultrasound and drugs team up against liver cancer

The Guardian, 8 December 2021
World's largest lab-grown steak unveiled by Israeli firm

Mirage News, 7 December 2021
New immunotherapy for leukemia discovered

Science Daily, 7 December 2021
Stem cell study paves way for manufacturing cultured meat

What is Epigenetics, 7 December 2021
Using CRISPR/Cas9 to Epigenetically Activate or Deactivate Genes

Technology Networks, 6 December 2021
Tool Designed To Improve Biomanufacturing of Cell Therapies

The University of Texas at Austin, 3 December 2021
Potential New Gene Editing Tools Uncovered

Francis Crick Institute, 3 December 2021
Gene-editing used to create single sex mice litters

News Medical, 3 December 2021
CRISPR-based DETECTR assay for faster SARS-CoV-2 surveillance

Chemistry World, 2 December 2021
Prokaryotes programmed to produce paracetamol avoid pervasive petrochemicals

University of California San Francisco, 1 December 2021
Sickle Cell Clinical Trial Aims to Cure Disease by Correcting Patient's Mutated Gene

BBC, 1 December 2021
Rules to create gene-edited farm animals must put welfare first - review

Drug Target Review, 26 November 2021
Northeastern Scientists Bring Space and Medical Applications to Life with Living 3D Printable Material

Technology Networks, 26 November 2021
Realizing the Potential of CRISPR-Cas Technology To Mitigate Climate Change

Science X, 25 November 2021
Scientists produce new antibiotics by gene editing

Cornell Alliance for Science, 23 November 2021
National Human Genome Research Institute Funds $12.2 Million Center at Weill Cornell Medicine to Study RNA Modifications

The Register, 23 November 2021
Genetically modified E coli bacteria produce ink for 3D printing programmable objects

University of California San Francisco, 22 November 2021
Infecting Gut Microbes with CRISPR-loaded Virus Demonstrates Potential for Microbiome Gene Editing

Today Online, 21 November 2021
Japanese biotech firm uses worms to sniff out cancer

Drug Target Review, 19 November 2021
CRISPR screen unveils enzyme target for inflammatory diseases

Karolinska Institutet, 18 November 2021
New findings on the link between CRISPR gene-editing and mutated cancer cells

NZ Herald, 18 November 2021
NZ scientists exploring gene-editing tech for possum eradication

Cornell Alliance for Science, 18 November 2021
GMO crops have reduced pesticide poisoning among farmers, report finds

The Kathmandu Post, 17 November 2021
New plants developed that produce and release sex pheromones to fight plant pests

Science Daily, 16 November 2021
Toward 'off-the-shelf' immune cell therapy for cancer

The Japan News, 16 November 2021
Japanese university research team produces 30% sweeter tomato via gene-editing tech

South China Morning Post, 16 November 2021
China food security: Beijing signals overhaul of GM crop rules in push for seed industry breakthrough

Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News, 12 November 2021
CRISPR-Cas9 Gene Editing May Select for Cells With Cancer-Related Mutations

EurekAlert, 12 November 2021
Cheers! Scientists have developed gene-edited barley that could better your beer

Science Daily, 11 November 2021
CRISPR: Strategy refines genetic base editors

Reuters, 11 November 2021
Brazil clears GMO wheat flour from Argentina in global first, but sales may be slow

Kathmandu Post, 11 November 2021
Nepal unbans import of genetically modified crops

Channel New Asia, 8 November 2021
Desperate US bid to engineer corals for climate change

EurekAlert, 8 November 2021
Gene-editing discovery yields high promise for wheat fertility in a changing climate

News Medical, 6 November 2021
Scientists create a rapid diagnostic technology to detect SARS-CoV-2

News Medical, 4 November 2021
Cas13 shines a light on SARS-CoV-2 variants

The Western Producer, 4 November 2021
GM wheat takes a 136,000-acre step forward

Science X, 3 November 2021
Surrogate reproduction achieved between fish species of different subfamilies

University of Connecticut, 3 November 2021
Plant Science Professor Studying Unintended Effects of Gene Editing in Tomatoes

Fierce Biotech, 2 November 2021
Moderna finally cracks into gene editing with Metagenomi pact thanks to 'irresistible' data

Science Daily, 1 November 2021
Gene-edited stem cells help geckos regrow more perfect tails

Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News, 1 November 2021
More than One Way to Fight Disease with Synbio Drugs

The Japan News, 1 November 2021
Kyoto firm puts genome-edited tiger puffer on the table

Penn Medicine News, 28 October 2021
New Gene-Editing Technique Offers Scientists Ability to "Turn On" Enzymes That Cause DNA Base Mutations

Market Watch, 28 October 2021
U.S. companies announce plans for gene-edited strawberries that will stay fresh longer

Cornell Alliance for Science, 28 October 2021
Rwanda embraces biotech through OFAB expansion

Science Daily, 28 October 2021
Engineers devise a way to selectively turn on RNA therapies in human cells

Succesful Farming, 27 October 2021
Genetic engineering is the future of agriculture, scientists tell lawmakers

Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News, 26 October 2021
Vertex, Mammoth Launch Up-to-$695M CRISPR Gene-Editing Collaboration

Science X, 26 October 2021
CRISPR-based approach reveals Achilles' heels of a common herpesvirus

News Medical, 22 October 2021
New method for safe engineering of therapeutic cells with photothermal nanofibers

Reuters, 21 October 2021
U.S. surgeons successfully test pig kidney transplant in human patient

Science X, 20 October 2021
New tool offers ways to improve CRISPR gene-editing method

Massive Science, 19 October 2021
A 'dead' CRISPR might be a better CRISPR for targeting Alzheimer's

The Hindu, 19 October 2021
EU food recall linked to GM rice exports from India

IEEE, 18 October 2021
This CAD program can design new organisms

Unveristy of California Santa Cruz, 18 October 2021
Biologist Beth Shapiro's new book explores how humans have shaped life on Earth

Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 14 October 2021
Volta Labs: Improving workflows for genetic applications

Healio, 14 October 2021
CRISPR-edited CAR-T appears safe, effective for advanced large B-cell lymphoma

News Medical, 13 October 2021
Role of CRISPR-Cas12a visual biosensor in detection of SARS-CoV-2

EurekAlert!, 13 October 2021
Soybean study designs and implements a more effective and less toxic bio-fungicide

Pharmaceutical Business Review, 13 October 2021
Poseida, Takeda partner to develop eight in vivo gene therapy programmes

Technology Networks, 12 October 2021
Using CRISPR-Cas9 To Explore Epigenetic Editing in Different Tumor Settings

SciTechDaily, 12 October 2021
Discovery Points Toward the Next Revolution in Genome Editing Technology

News Medical, 8 October 2021
Study supports efficacy and safety of lung-selective nanotherapy against SARS-CoV-2 infection

India Education Diary, 7 October 2021
University Of Zurich: Genetic Scissors And The Future Of Humanity

Medical Xpress, 7 October 2021
Gene editing can turn storage fat cells into energy-burning fat cells

Mirage.News, 6 October 2021
Researchers can switch on plants' response to light

Cornell Alliance for Science, 5 October 2021
Microbial revolution promises to upend agriculture and future of food

Cornell Alliance for Science, 4 October 2021
Nigerian farmers just can't get enough of GMO cowpea seeds

The Hindu, 2 October 2021
AMU professor behind discovery of salt tolerant protein in barley

Regulatory Affairs Professionals Society, 30 September 2021
For gene therapies, FDA drafts trial guidance, finalizes "sameness" for orphan exclusivity

The Fish Site, 30 September 2021
The use of CRISPR in aquaculture

Science, 29 September 2021
CRISPR helps a blind woman see, but doesn't help all patients

UK Government, 29 September 2021
Plans to unlock power of gene editing unveiled

University of Connecticut, 29 September 2021
UConn Health Researcher Focuses on Enhanced N95 Mask Protection

EurekAlert!, 28 September 2021
Coating with flexible DNA network enhanced T-cell activation and tumor killing for adoptive cell therapy

The Indian Express, 28 September 2021
India gets first herbicide-tolerant & non-GM rice varieties; launch today

Wyss Institute, 27 September 2021
Taking the guesswork out of genetic engineering

McGill University, 27 September 2021
Discovery of mechanics of drug targets for COVID-19

Seafood Source, 24 September 2021
Disease resistance gene pinpointed in farmed salmon, trout

EurekAlert!, 23 September 2021
The defensive arsenal of plant roots

Hemophilia News Today, 22 September 2021
Research Explores Umbilical Stem Cells as Treatment

University of California, Riverside, 21 September 2021
Public lecture to focus on synthetic genome engineering

News Medical, 21 September 2021
Study paves the way for development of novel delivery systems to suppress HIV

Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 20 September 2021
RNA-targeting enzyme expands the CRISPR toolkit

Chemical & Engineering News, 19 September 2021
tRNA therapies could help restore proteins lost in translation

NHK World-Japan, 17 September 2021
Genome-edited fish to go on sale in Japan

Science Daily, 16 September 2021
Cancer cells' unexpected genetic tricks for evading the immune system

Clinical Trials Arena, 16 September 2021
FDA approves first trial investigating CRISPR gene editing as HIV cure

Reuters, 13 September 2021
EXCLUSIVE Lab-grown fish fingers anyone? Birds Eye owner explores cell-cultured seafood

CNN, 13 September 2021
Scientists want to resurrect the woolly mammoth. They just got $15 million to make it happen

Texas A&M University, 13 September 2021
Researchers Focus On Gene-Editing Technology To Kick-Start Crop Regeneration

News Medical, 12 September 2021
First rat model recapitulates all disabling alterations experienced by patients with Morquio A disease

Nature, 10 September 2021
Trove of CRISPR-like gene-cutting enzymes found in microbes

Univeristy of California San Diego, 10 September 2021
New Technology Designed to Genetically Control Disease-spreading Mosquitoes

BioTechniques, 10 September 2021
CRISPR-PN2: a new way to study parasitic nematodes

Scientific American, 10 September 2021
'Guerilla' Artist Daisy Ginsberg Re-creates Scent of Extinct Flowers

Cornell Alliance for Science, 9 September 2021
Gene editing has 'limitless potential' to reduce malnutrition, says global food expert

Science X, 8 September 2021
New platform speeds up effort to turn crops into fuel

Science X, 8 September 2021
Exploring the genetic ma(i)ze: Functional genomics can help molecular breeding of maize

Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News, 7 September 2021
Cell and Gene Therapy Products at Room Temperature?

Stanford University, 3 September 2021
Stanford researchers develop an engineered 'mini' CRISPR genome editing system

AZoNano, 3 September 2021
New Dental Implant Crowns Made of Cellulose-Based Nanocomposites

Euractiv, 2 September 2021
First gene edited 'cancer-cutting' wheat trials get the go ahead in UK

Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News, 2 September 2021
CRISPR-Engineered Cells Release Drug in Response to Inflammation When Implanted into Mice

Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News, 1 September 2021
CRISPR-Cas9 Technology Cuts Clutter from Sequencing Libraries

Science Daily, 30 August 2021
Tracking genetically modified animals

Free Think, 29 August 2021
Brain-wide gene editing may one day treat Alzheimer's

Technology Networks, 26 August 2021
Cellular Agriculture Offers Potential for Change in the Food Industry

MIT Technology Review, 24 August 2021
Multifunction masks

Technology Networks, 24 August 2021
Genome-Editing Suppresses the Fertility of Female Mosquitoes

Imperial College London, 24 August 2021
Discovery of mobile disease detectors in plants could boost crop resilience

PR Newswire, 24 August 2021
Pusan National University Researchers Shed Light on the Early Development of Rice Seeds

Science X, 24 August 2021
New methods improve detection of harmful microparasites in water

Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News, 23 August 2021
Therapeutic Advances Using In Vivo CRISPR Genome Editing

Scientific American, September 2021 Issue
Engineered Bacteria Produce a Rainbow of Colors

Imperial College London, 20 August 2021
Self-healing 'living materials' used as 3D building blocks

Entomology Today, 18 August 2021
Why Genes That Make Mosquitoes Glow Can Help Reduce Vector-Borne Disease

News Wise, 18 August 2021
New CRISPR-based Technology to Speed Identification of Genes Involved in Health, Disease

Science, 18 August 2021
COVID-19 vaccines may trigger superimmunity in people who had SARS long ago

Research Horizonz, 17 August 2021
Heat-Controllable CAR T-Cells Destroy Tumors and Prevent Relapse in New Study

Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News, 16 August 2021
CRISPR-Based Tech Could Revolutionize Antibody-Based Diagnostics

Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, 16 August 2021
HKUST Scientists Develop Genome-editing Strategy for Potential Alzheimer's Disease Therapy

Science Daily, 13 August 2021
Navigating the corn maze: Researchers develop technique to map out 'light switches' of maize genome

ZME Science, 12 August 2021
Scientists engineer 'daddy shortlegs' to better understand spiders

Science Daily, 12 August 2021
CRISPR gene editing tech lead to new insights about hypertrophic cardiomyopathy

Technology Networks, 11 August 2021
New Platform Quickly Identifies Mutations in the SARS-CoV-2 Virus

Food Manufacture, 11 August 2021
FSA posts report on global GMO and novel foods regulation

News Atlas, 10 August 2021
CRISPR therapy for rare blood disease delivers "life-changing" results

Science Daily, 9 August 2021
New CRISPR/Cas9 technique corrects cystic fibrosis in cultured human stem cells

Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News, 9 August 2021
COVID-19 Test Detects Emerging Variants Using SHERLOCK and Saliva

Technology Networks, 6 August 2021
Rapid COVID Diagnostics With CRISPR

News Medical, 5 August 2021
New DNA writing technique can precisely and efficiently edit bacterial genomes

Cornell Alliance for Science, 5 August 2021
Western consumers have positive attitudes toward gene-edited foods, two new studies find

Drug Target Review, 4 August 2021
CRISPR-Cas9 used to prevent Fuchs' corneal dystrophy in mice

Technology Networks, 2 August 2021
Latent Regenerative Potential of the Inner Ear Explored

Science Daily, 2 August 2021
Scientists boost gene knockdown in human cells via chemically modified RNA CRISPR

SciTechDaily, 31 July 2021
RNA Modification May Protect Against Fatty Liver Disease

BioWorld, 30 July 2021
In vivo gene editing alleviates amyloid pathologies

Australian Broadcasting Corporation, 29 July 2021
James Cook University to genetically modify intestinal worms to protect US military personnel from bioweapons

University of Toronto, 29 July 2021
Pushing the boundaries of micro-robotics, U of T researchers create 'RoboWorm'

National Institute on Aging, 29 July 2021
New genetically modified mouse model mimics multiple aspects of human Alzheimer's disease

Science Daily, 29 July 2021
Malarial mosquitoes completely controlled in experiments that mimic natural environments

EurekAlert!, 26 July 2021
International collaboration of scientists rewrite the rulebook of flowering plant genetics

Channel News Asia, 23 July 2021
Philippines approves GMO 'golden rice' for commercial production

News Medical, 23 July 2021
Researchers develop a transferrable and integrative type I CRISPR-based platform to edit superbugs

National Institutes of Health, 22 July 2021
Scientists discover gene therapy provides neuroprotection to prevent glaucoma vision loss

Cornell Chronicle, 22 July 2021
Advanced microscopy shines light on new CRISPR-Cas system

Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News, 21 July 2021
Transcription Factor Protects Tumor-Fighting CAR-T Cells from Burn-Out

MIT Technology Review, 21 July 2021
An albino opossum proves CRISPR works for marsupials, too

Florida State University News, 19 July 2021
Magic of science: FSU researchers use gene editing to tackle facioscapulohumeral muscular dystrophy

Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News, 16 July 2021
Jumping Through Hoops: Cryo-EM Uncovers CRISPR-Transposons

University of Bristol, 15 July 2021
Bioengineering discovery paves way for improved production of bio-based goods using Baker's yeast

Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News, 15 July 2021
Base Editing Shows Promise as Common Inherited Lung and Liver Disease Therapy

Science Alert, 14 July 2021
CRISPR Breakthrough Blocks SARS-CoV-2 Virus Replication in Early Lab Tests

Technology Networks, 13 July 2021
First Breeding of Sugar Cane Using CRISPR/Cas9

Technology Networks, 12 July 2021
Overcoming the Challenges of Lentiviral Vector Production

The New York Times, 12 July 2021
W.H.O. Experts Seek Limits on Human Gene-Editing Experiments

EurekAlert!, 9 July 2021
Efficient genetic engineering platform established in methylotrophic yeast

Science News, 7 July 2021
A tweaked yeast can make ethanol from cornstalks and a harvest's other leftovers

DocWire News, 7 July 2021
Gene Editing Offers Hope for Progressive Cardiomyopathy Due to Amyloidosis

Newswise, 7 July 2021
Gene Editing Therapy in Early Stages of Huntington's Disease May Slow Down Symptom Progression, Mouse Study Shows

Tech Times, 6 July 2021
First Cloned Cattle Calf in Russia Could Produce Hypoallergenic Milk

Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News, 6 July 2021
RNA-Binding Proteins Identified as New Class of Drug Target for Cancers, Including Triple Negative Breast Tumors

Labroots, 3 July 2021
Astronauts Perform CRISPR Gene Editing in Space

The Journal, 3 July 2021
UCD researchers developing 'life changing' treatment for painful skin condition

Science X, 2 July 2021
Three-in-one approach boosts the silencing power of CRISPR

University at Buffalo, 2 July 2021
Scientists publish a how-to guide for creating mouse-human chimeric embryos

EurekAlert!, 1 July 2021
New approach can add diversity to crop species without breeding GMOs

LabOnline, 1 July 2021
Edible cholera vaccine candidate made of powdered rice

Nature, 30 June 2021
Vaccine made of live malaria parasites shows early success

Nature, 29 June 2021
Landmark CRISPR trial shows promise against deadly disease

New Atlas, 28 June 2021
Beer yeast genetically engineered to detect and treat gut inflammation

News Medical, 25 June 2021
Study introduces a new, improved CRISPR 3.0 system in plants

Wexner Medical Center, 24 June 2021
Gene Editing Shows Promise in DMD

Cornell Alliance for Science, 23 June 2021
Kenya approves disease-resistant GMO cassava

Dallas Innovates, 22 June 2021
Bedford Biotech Restores "Meaningful Vision" in Blind Patients With Gene Therapy-and May Soon Go Public

Technology Networks, 22 June 2021
Landmark Field Trials Demonstrate the Potential of Gene-Editing

Cornell Alliance for Science, 22 June 2021
Genetic engineering offers hope for effective vaccine against malaria

EurekAlert!, 21 June 2021
Targeted therapy could be first line treatment for childhood cancer

The New York Times, 21 June 2021
How Glowing Bacteria in the Dirt May One Day Save Lives

Reuters, 18 June 2021
Brazil regulation seen allowing more U.S. GMO crop imports

ALS News Today, 17 June 2021
Partnership Targets Gene-editing Therapies for Familial ALS

EurekAlert!, 17 June 2021
Engineered NK cells can eliminate glioblastoma stem cells

European Pharmaceutical Review, 17 June 2021
Targeted drug delivery enabled by genetically engineered nanoparticles

Indiatimes, 16 June 2021
AI-Designed Smart Swimsuit Claims To Make Swimmers 4% Faster In Water

The Guardian, 15 June 2021
Scientists convert used plastic bottles into vanilla flavouring

Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News, 14 June 2021
Gene Expression Patterns and Lineage of Metastatic Cancer Traced at Single-Cell Level

Cornell Alliance for Science, 14 June 2021
Kenya on track to commercialize GM maize by 2022 to increase yields, cut pesticide use

Cornell Alliance for Science, 10 June 2021
Ease regulatory burden to support 'new revolution' in crop breeding, researchers urge

University of Copenhagen, Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences, 10 June 2021
Researchers' algorithm to make CRISPR gene editing more precise

Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 9 June 2021
A new technique for correcting disease-causing mutations

California Institute of Technology, 8 June 2021
Researchers Improve Efficiency and Accessibility of CRISPR

News Medical, 7 June 2021
Genome-scale CRISPR screens pinpoint promising antiviral compounds against SARS-CoV-2

Chemical & Engineering News (C&EN), 6 June 2021
Anti-CRISPR proteins could help put the brakes on gene editing

Ars Technica, 4 June 2021
Researchers rewire the genetics of E. coli, make it virus-proof

ScienceDaily, 3 June 2021
Genetic base editing treats sickle cell disease in mice

Cell Science, 2 June 2021
ISSCR Releases Updated Guidelines for Stem Cell Research

ScienceDaily, 1 June 2021
Light shed on mysterious genotype-phenotype associations

GeneOnline, 31 May 2021
Novel CRISPR Screen Unravels Disease-Related Genes in Neurons

The Wall Street Journal, 31 May 2021
Genetically Altered Mosquitoes Target Deadly Dengue Fever and Zika

Nature, 31 May 2021
Fighting food insecurity with CRISPR at Zimbabwe's first private research institute

NBC4 Washington, 27 May 2021
Genetically Modified Salmon Head to US Dinner Plates

The Times of Israel, 27 May 2021
Potatoes that glow when in pain: Scientists tap into tubers in trouble

The Pharma Letter, 26 May 2021
Call for advanced therapies to be exempt from EU GMO legislation

Science Focus, 26 May 2021
Gene therapy partially restores sight in one eye for a man who's been blind for nearly 40 years

Reuters, 25 May 2021
Mexican judge rejects industry bid to halt GMO corn, glyphosate ban

ScienceDaily, 24 May 2021
Researchers develop a novel software tool to quantify potential CRISPR-induced errors

News Medical, 24 May 2021
Genetically engineered intestinal organoids reveal potential treatment targets against SARS-CoV-2

Feedstuffs, 21 May 2021
Getting past the gatekeeper: Gene-editing may face an uphill battle with dairy farmers

The Western Producer, 20 May 2021
EU appears to soften gene editing stance

The Hamilton Spectator, 20 May 2021
Health Canada proposes to leave many new GMOs unregulated

VOA News, 20 May 2021
Burkina Faso Testing Genetically Modified Mosquitoes?to Curb Malaria

WHO, 19 May 2021
WHO issues new guidance for research on genetically modified mosquitoes to fight malaria and other vector-borne diseases

The Science Advisory Board, 18 May 2021
CRISPR gene editing adapted for white blood cells

Science Business, 18 May 2021
Biotech lobbies gear up for gene editing regulation battle

European Scientist, 17 May 2021
EU report supports the use of gene editing techniques in plants

Free Think, 16 May 2021
This Genetically Modified Grass Can Clean Up Toxic Pollution

Genetic Literacy Project, 14 May 2021
Tired of eating strawberries that taste like cardboard? CRISPR gene editing poised to improve 'fruit quality' and disease resistance of next-generation fruits

Fierce Biotech, 13 May 2021
How a genetic 'CopyCatcher' could open the door to CRISPR-based precision gene therapy

E & T, 12 May 2021
Engineered bacteria could be a boon for sustainable acetone

Euractiv, 12 May 2021
Not all gene-edited crops should be treated equal, warn MEPs

Cision PR Newswire, 11 May 2021
Gene Editing Expands to New Types of Immune Cells

Sci Tech Daily, 10 May 2021
Scientists Engineer a Better Way to Block Viruses That Cause Childhood Respiratory Infections

Business Times, 7 May 2021
Social acceptance vital to success of novel food technologies

News-Medical Net, 6 May 2021
Embryo gene editing in IVF can have potential major impacts on humanity

BioWorld, 5 May 2021
Prime, base editing are "finer scalpels" in dystrophy

ZME Science, 4 May 2021
Genetically modified grass saves soils destroyed by military target practice

Farm Forum, 4 May 2021
European Union study finds that GMO laws need overhaul

Food Dive, 4 May 2021
Impossible Foods' GMO plant-based heme received proper approval, court rules

MarketPlace, 3 May 2021
Will genetically modified vaccines make Europe rethink "Frankenfood"?

New Atlas, 3 May 2021
Harvard gene-editing tool "sneaks" DNA into cells without making cuts

Nature, 3 May 2021
First genetically modified mosquitoes released in the United States

CNA, 30 April 2021
GMO laws needs overhaul; environmentalists protest: EU study

AZ Central, 29 April 2021
After eradicating pink bollworm, Arizona farmers hope to use GMO cotton to target other pests

Food Navigator.com, 29 April 2021
GM crops may soon be permitted in EU as study hails health and sustainability benefits of genetic modification techniques

European Commission, 29 April 2021
Biotechnologies: Commission seeks open debate on New Genomic Techniques as study shows potential for sustainable agriculture and need for new policy

Euractiv, 29 April 2021
GM food can and must be labelled

Genetic Literacy Project, 28 April 2021
Sierra Club endorsement of disease-resistant chestnut tree divides the anti-GMO movement

Today Online, 27 April 2021
NTU, A*Star and SFA set up new outfit to research safety of novel food

The Seattle Times, 26 April 2021
The world is too dry and hungry to snub genetically modified crops, tech CEO says

Sci Tech Daily, 24 April 2021
Using CRISPR Gene Editing Technology as a Research Tool to Develop Cancer Treatments

The Guardian, 23 April 2021
Australia set to host clinical trial of genetically modified Covid nasal spray vaccine

ZME Science, 21 April 2021
Many plants have been "naturally GMO'd" by bacteria

Genetic Engineering & Biotechnolgy News, 21 April 2021
Make'em Where You Need 'em: Engineered Yeast Manufacture Nutrients and Drugs in the Mammalian Gut

The Print, 20 April 2021
UK biotech firm's 750 mn GM mosquitoes will mate with females off Florida, sow a deadly gene

Truthout, 18 April 2021
USDA May Allow Genetically Modified Trees to Be Released Into the Wild

Interesting Engineering, 17 April 2021
Breeding Malaria Out: Scientists Engineer Mosquitos to Spread Antimalaria Genes

Genetic Engineering & Biotechnolgy News, 15 April 2021
Curbing Malaria's Spread by Genetic Engineering

Science The Wire, 14 April 2021
In the US, Imminent Release of Genetically Modified Mosquitoes To Fight Dengue

EurekAlert!, 13 April 2021
New method of artificially creating genetic switches for yeast

Seafood Source, 12 April 2021
Advocacy groups want FDA, not USDA, to regulate genetically engineered animals

Technology Networks, 12 April 2021
CRISPRoff: A New Addition to the CRISPR Toolbox

ScienceDaily, 12 April 2021
Researchers engineer probiotic yeast to produce beta-carotene

Humboldt Journal, 7 April 2021
Health Canada looking for input on gene editing guidelines

EurekAlert!, 7 April 2021
Eucalyptus trees can be genetically modified not to invade native ecosystems

Euractiv, 7 April 2021
Report: majority of consumers want compulsory labelling on all genetically modified food

CBC News, 6 April 2021
These fish stole an antifreeze gene from another fish and became natural GMOs

Osborn Clarke, 6 April 2021
Can gene-editing help solve the energy crisis?

Berkeley Engineering, 5 April 2021
CRISPR-Chip advance streamlines genetic testing for medical diagnostics and research

Euractiv, 2 April 2021
MEP: Labelling of gene-edited foodstuffs is impossible

The Science Advisory Board, 2 April 2021
2nd-gen stem cell-derived CAR gene therapy is more durable, effective against HIV

Euractiv, 1 April 2021
Gene editing requires 'wide and inclusive' societal debate, says ethics group

The Western Producer, 1 April 2021
Health Canada declares gene editing safe

Watershed Sentinel, 1 April 2021
CRISPR Crunch: Regulation to go missing for next generation GMOs?

New Food Magazine , 31 March 2021
The potential consequences of deregulating gene editing

News Medical Net, 30 March 2021
Prime editing enables more precise correction of genetic problems than traditional CRISPR

Euractiv, 30 March 2021
EU must not risk becoming an 'agricultural museum', stakeholders warn

Science Business, 25 March 2021
Ethics report brings EU closer to decision on gene editing in agriculture

National Institutes of Health, 25 March 2021
Engineered immune cells deliver anticancer signal, prevent cancer from spreading

Food Ingredients First, 25 March 2021
Mirai Foods' CEO says cell-based burger scalability is "unlimited" following US$4.5M seed financing

Nature, 25 March 2021
First known gene transfer from plant to insect identified

The Hindu Business, 24 March 2021
Kochi firm develops technology to use genome editing in crops with genetic modification

Slate , 22 March 2021
USDA Definitions Around Biotechnology Need Some Crucial Updating

PharmTech, 19 March 2021
BIA Urges Adoption of Science-Based Approach to Gene Editing and GMO Regulations

Pet Food Industry, 19 March 2021
Russia restricts pet food with GMOs, mulls ingredients

Open Access Government, 19 March 2021
Gene-edited crops are not GMOs 2.0

CTV News, 19 March 2021
Canadian researchers duplicated a patient's rare disorder in a mouse, and used gene editing to cure it

Technology Networks, 19 March 2021
Programming CAR T Cells so That They Only Kill Cancer Cells

Dawn , 18 March 2021
Better seed, genetic engineering urged for revival of cotton

AVMA, 17 March 2021
Agreement on regulation of genetically modified livestock under review

Nature, 16 March 2021
Revamp of UK CRISPR regulation will require public trust

Yorkton This Week , 13 March 2021
Explainer: Everything you need to know about Canada's new laws for GMOs and gene editing

Drug Target Review, 12 March 2021
Nano-micelles used in CRISPR genome editing of mouse brains

The Western Producer, 11 March 2021
Scientists use gene editing to reduce burnt toast cancer risk

EurekAlert! , 11 March 2021
Singapore scientists develop novel gene editor to correct disease-causing mutations

Business a.m., 10 March 2021
Bt cowpea revenue to hit $638 million by 2026, OFAB director confirms

EcoWatch, 9 March 2021
New Pesticides Will Modify Insect Genes: What Could Go Wrong?

EurekAlert! , 9 March 2021
Gene therapy trial for age-related macular degeneration now open at Columbia

Genetic Literacy Project, 5 March 2021
African researchers use gene editing and other tools to breed heartier livestock

Genetic Engineering & Biotechnolgy News, 4 March 2021
Harvesting Plastic from Plants

Labiotech.eu , 3 March 2021
The Promises of CRISPR Genome Editing in Biomedicine

ABC News, 3 March 2021
Farmers 'broadly supportive' of plans to end NSW's genetically modified crop ban

Genetic Engineering & Biotechnolgy News, 2 March 2021
LNP Delivers CRISPR Directly to Mouse Liver, Dramatically Cuts Cholesterol Levels for Months

DTN Progressive Farmer, 2 March 2021
Gene Revolution Turns 25 - 5

Glacier Farm Media, 1 March 2021
Mexico pressing ahead with GMO corn, glyphosate bans, says key official

Physc Org, 25 February 2021
Nanobodies could help CRISPR turn genes on and off

Miami Herald, 25 February 2021
When and where will millions of mosquitoes be released? Here are details for Florida Keys

Bloomberg , 25 February 2021
Temasek Makes Rare Seed Investment in Plant-Based Chicken Maker

Genetic Engineering & Biotechnolgy News, 24 February 2021
Now on Base, Rutgers Team Reveals New Genome Editing Approach

KCRW, 24 February 2021
Wasted: These plants are genetically modified to remove more carbon emissions from the air

WIRED, 23 February 2021
Scientists are growing grapes in space to save Earth's wine supply

Genetic Literacy Project, 23 February 2021
GMOs in Bangladesh: Insect-resistant eggplant a sustainability success. Here's how the country can safeguard its progress

Marijuana Business Daily, 23 February 2021
Genetic editing offers marijuana and hemp companies a way to improve plant strains

News Medical, 23 February 2021
New gene-editing tool enables programming of sequential cuts over time

Fresh Fruit Portal, 23 February 2021
Australian researchers create TR4-resistant GM Cavendish banana

On Cuba News, 18 February 2021
Cuba readies regulatory laboratory for transgenic foods

Retail Times, 18 February 2021
Co-op says #NotInMySupermarket to gene editing

Water Shedsentinel , 17 February 2021
GM Foods: How Transparent are Canadian Grocery Chains?

Science Business, 16 February 2021
Horizon Europe to fund research on genome editing in agriculture

Science News, 16 February 2021
Modified genes can distort wild cotton's interactions with insects

The Chronicle Herald, 16 February 2021
Scientists create Neanderthal 'mini-brains' using CRISPR gene-editing

Science Magazine, 16 February 2021
Gene therapy trials for sickle cell disease halted after two patients develop cancer

Green Queen, 18 February 2021
Pairwise: Food-Gene Editing Company Closes US$90M Series B Round To Scale Its Food Innovation Tech

CNA, 13 February 2021
IN FOCUS: No roaming cattle but with high-tech labs, could Singapore be a 'meat' exporter?

Alliance for Science, 12 February 2021
EU's refusal to permit GMO crops led to millions of tonnes of additional CO2, scientists reveal

Just-style, 12 February 2021
Major milestone in testing for genetically modified cotton

The Counter , 11 February 2021
America's biggest retailers and foodservice companies have already agreed not to sell GMO salmon

Food navigator.com, 11 February 2021
Behind the push for GMO transparency on-pack: 'Non-GMO food labelling closes a loophole in EU legislation'

Very well Health, 9 February 2021
Researchers Explore Gene Editing As a New Cure for Blood Disorders

Food ingredients first, 9 February 2021
Researchers create rice that captures more CO2 with 30 percent more yield

Genetic Literacy Project, 8 February 2021
GMO 'scarecrow': What's keeping Africa from embracing genetically engineered crops?

Supply Chain Brain, 4 February 2021
Food Producers Face Deadline for Meeting GMO Labeling Rules

FoodBev Media, 4 February 2021
Food gene-editing firm Pairwise raises $90m in funding round

Smithsonianmag.com , 4 February 2021
A Single Altered Gene Can Make Fish Fins More Like Limbs

Science Focus, 3 February 2021
Gene editing: Should livestock and crops be genetically engineered in the UK?

Green Queen, 3 February 2021
Swiss Startup Mirai Foods Bags US$2.4M To Bring GMO-Free Cultured Meat To Europe

The Conversation, 2 February 2021
New CRISPR technology could revolutionise gene therapy, offering new hope to people with genetic diseases

Business Daily Africa, 1 February 2021
Kenya gears up for gene edited crops to boost food security

Drug Target Review, 28 January 2021
TALEN is a more efficient gene editing tool for tightly packed DNA, finds study

Slow Food, 28 January 2021
How is Slow Food Keeping GMOs Out of Europe?

Technology Networks, 27 January 2021
Making Wheat and Peanuts Less Allergenic With Genetic Engineering

Eurek Alert!, 26 January 2021
Genetically-modified mosquitoes key to stopping Zika virus spread

The Conversation, 25 January 2021
The quest for delicious decaf coffee could change the appetite for GMOs

The Conversation, 23 January 2021
Gene-edited crops are now a reality - but will the public be on board?

Forbes, 21 January 2021
Gene Editing Technique Halts Premature Aging In Mice, Could It Help Children With Rare Disease?

The Counter, 19 January 2021
Foodborne diseases kill thousands of Americans each year. Tracing food with genetically engineered spores could help.

New Hope Network, 19 January 2021
GMO 2.0: The rise of never-before-seen genetically modified organisms with CRISPR

Politico, 19 January 2021
11th-hour deal strips FDA oversight of genetically modified animals

Business Times, 19 January 2021
France backs non-GMO regulation for crop gene-editing in EU

JD SUPRA, 14 January 2021
UK Department of Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Announces Public Consultation on Regulation of Gene Edited Organisms

EurekAlert, 14 January 2021
GM plant grows insect sex pheromone compounds needed for green pest control in agriculture

The Counter, 14 January 2021
Federal agencies clash over who regulates genetically engineered meat

Technology Networks, 13 January 2021
Gene-Editing Enhances Superbug-Slaying Antibiotics

The National Law Review, 13 January 2021
USDA Announces Intent to Transfer Regulatory Authority Over Animal Biotechnology from FDA to USDA

Food Manufacture, 11 January 2021
Omega 3 fatty acids from transgenic plants

Chemistry World, 11 January 2021
Government to review gene-editing regulations for animals and crops in England

Bloomberg, 11 January 2021
China Approves Two GMO Corn Strains for Imports as Demand Soars

Today RTL, 8 January 2021
Campaigners hail Mexican ban on genetically modified corn

BBC News, 7 January 2021
Consultation launched over gene edited food in England

Drug Target Review, 7 January 2021
New DNA-editing technique extends lifespan of mice with progeria

Select Science, 7 January 2021
Tomatoes offer affordable source of Parkinson's disease drug

PR Newswire, 7 January 2021
BrickBio Spins Out EnCapsid: A Novel Gene Therapy Company that Creates Novel AAVs and Enables More Efficient, CRISPR Cas-9 Delivery

Science Magazine, 6 January 2021
'Incredible' gene-editing result in mice inspires plans to treat premature-aging syndrome in children

Successful Farming, 4 January 2021
COUNTDOWN BEGINS FOR COMPLIANCE WITH GMO FOOD-LABELING RULE

2020

Scroll. In, 30 December 2020
Can editing the DNA of human embryos protect us from future pandemics?

The Spoon, 30 December 2020
CRISPR'd Cows: Proposed Rule Change By USDA Could Accelerate Gene-Edited Animal Production

The Hindu Business Line, 30 December 2020
Genomics: Behind the science of making India's 'super chana'

Country Guide, 30 December 2020
Will more GMO soybeans be planted in 2021?

National Hog Farmer, 29 December 2020
USDA looks to end FDA turf war on gene-editing livestock oversight

Genetic Engineering & Biotechnolgy News, 29 December 2020
Nanotechnology for Plant Genetic Engineering

Hematology Advisor, 28 December 2020
CRISPR-Cas9 Gene Editing May Be Effective in -Thalassemia, Sickle Cell Disease

VC Reporter, 23 December 2020
OXNARD COMPANY CONTRIBUTED TO NEW COVID TREATMENT | HUMAN ANTIBODIES PRODUCED BY GENETICALLY MODIFIED MICE

Genetic Engineering & Biotechnolgy News, 23 December 2020
Optogenetics Turns Gut Bacterial Genes On and Off Inside Worms

Genetic Engineering & Biotechnolgy News, 23 December 2020
Toxoplasmosis Vaccine for Cats Benefits from Stealthy CRISPR-Cas9 Technique

Food Dive, 22 December 2020
Proposal would move GMO food animal regulation to USDA

CBC, 20 December 2020
Genetically engineered trees could help fight climate change - here's how

The Indian Express, 19 December 2020
Explained: What US FDA nod for genetically modified pigs means

The Guardian, 16 December 2020
British American Tobacco wins approval to test Covid vaccine on humans

NPR, 15 December 2020
1st Patients To Get CRISPR Gene-Editing Treatment Continue To Thrive

CNN, 15 December 2020
FDA approves new genetically modified pig for allergy-free medical and food products

BBC, 15 December 2020
A palm oil alternative could help save rainforests

Scientific American, 14 December 2020
Stop Arguing over GMO Crops

Nikkei Asia, 12 December 2020
Japan approves gene-edited 'super tomato.' But will anyone eat it?

The Pharma Letter, 10 December 2020
How to keep pace with evolving regulatory standards for gene and cell therapies

Technology Networks, 10 December 2020
Scientists Produce a GMO Tomato Enriched With Parkinson's Drug L-DOPA

Nature, 9 December 2020
CRISPR gene therapy shows promise against blood diseases

The Conversation, 8 December 2020
Genetic engineering transformed stem cells into working mini-livers that extended the life of mice with liver disease

Alliance for Science, 7 December 2020
GM eggplant helps farmers reduce pesticide use and increase profits, study finds

The Western Producer, 3 December 2020
Crop variety development process called balancing act

Channel Newsasia, 2 December 2020
Lab-grown chicken to be sold in Singapore after 'world's first' approval for cultured meat

Alliance for Science, 2 December 2020
Latin American researchers use gene editing to develop new crops that benefit farmers and consumers

Inquirer.net, 2 December 2020
Genetically modified corn farms in PH expanding

ScienceDaily, 1 December 2020
Tweaking carotenoid genes helps tomatoes bring their A-game

Pursuit, 1 December 2020
GENOMICS, GENE-EDITING AND THE BLUE REVOLUTION

New Food, 26 November 2020
The plant-based protein to watch out for...

Euractiv, 25 November 2020
Existing guidance appropriate for gene editing assessment, says EFSA

New Atlas, 25 November 2020
Genetically modified wheat boasts 11-percent higher yield

TechWire, 23 November 2020
Gene-editing of crops requires greater transparency, NCSU researchers say

Genetic Literacy Project, 23 November 2020
Push to reform EU biotech crop rules gains strength as some environmentalists, public officials endorse gene editing

Science, 20 November 2020
Community-led governance for gene-edited crops

Technology Networks, 19 November 2020
Microbial-Based Biosynthesis in Modern Medicine

Phys.Org, 19 November 2020
Researchers recommend more transparency for gene-edited crops

Saltwire Network, 19 November 2020
Genetically modified salmon grown in P.E.I. approved illegally, U.S. court rules

Euractiv, 16 November 2020
Further guidance required for assessment of gene drive technology, says EFSA

Technology Network, 16 November 2020
Taking Cultured Meat to the Next Level

C&EN, 14 November 2020
Court questions environmental impact of GMO salmon

Phys.org, 11 November 2020
Engineering a way out of climate change: Genetically modified organisms could be the key

GEN, 10 November 2020
Monitoring the Off-Target Effects of Gene Editing

The Conversation, 10 November 2020
Gene editing is revealing how corals respond to warming waters. It could transform how we manage our reefs

Far Eastern Agriculture, 9 November 2020
Origin Agritech wins grant for two of its GMO corn traits

Boston Globe, 9 November 2020
Advances in genetic engineering test democracy's capacity for good decision-making

HospiMedica.com, 5 November 2020
New Bacterial Delivery System to Administer COVID-19 Vaccine Directly to Respiratory Tract as Nasal Spray

The Print, 4 November 2020
Can plant traits be modified without modifying their DNA? Netherlands study says yes

PR Newswire, 3 November 2020
Origin Agritech is Awarded a Grant by the Ministry of Agriculture for Two of Its GMO Corn Traits

All about Feed, 2 November 2020
Russia plans to extend soft regime for GMO import

NPR, 29 October 2020
As Biotech Crops Lose Their Power, Scientists Push For New Restrictions

Bioprocess Online, 29 October 2020
How Ancient Fish DNA Could Contribute To Cancer Therapy

Genetic Literacy Project, 29 October 2020
COVID halts global GM crop approvals, hitting poor farmers in developing countries hardest

Geographical, 27 October 2020
From lab-grown meat to GMO: are you ready to embrace novel food tech?

Forbes, 26 October 2020
Congress Needs To Decide If Gene Editing Is Permissible For Sperm And Eggs

The Sunday News, 25 October 2020
Prof Ncube opens on GMOs

JD SUPRA, 23 October 2020
To GMO Label Or Not?-?How Is a Food Manufacturer To Know?

Endpoint News, 22 October 2020
Can B cells break the boundaries of cell therapy? Longwood startup has $52M to prove a new engineering tech

Synbiobeta, 20 October 2020
How genetic modification of microbes that help make foods can contribute to a more stable (and delicious) food chain

Science Business, 20 October 2020
Member states want commission to decide on the use of gene editing in animal and plant breeding

European Scientist, 19 October 2020
The reckless insistence on banning GMO trials

The Allegheny Front, 16 October 2020
Restoring the American Chestnut with genetic engineering splits the conservation community

News-medical.Net, 15 October 2020
Researchers engineer cow muscle cells to produce plant nutrients

Genetic Literacy Project, 15 October 2020
GM insect-resistant Bt cotton boosted India's crop yields? Activist study says no, but crop biotech experts say yes

World Health Organisation, 14 October 2020
WHO takes a position on genetically modified mosquitoes

C&EN, 14 October 2020
Cibus advances gene-edited crops

World-Grain.com, 13 October 2020
Bioceres anticipates Brazilian green light for GMO wheat approval early next year

Fierce Biotech, 13 October 2020
EdiGene raises $67M to take gene-editing therapies into humans

Howard Hughes Medical Institute, 12 October 2020
New Technology Accelerates Crop Improvement with CRISPR

Arab News, 10 October 2020
Argentina gives OK to drought-resistant GMO wheat

New Food Magazine, 9 October 2020
CFS adds further weight to USDA lawsuit re GMO labelling

Earth Island Journal, 9 October 2020
Why We Oppose Golden Rice

kxan, 9 October 2020
Cedar Park company clones endangered horse using DNA collected in 1980

The Conversation, 8 October 2020
Nobel Prize for chemistry honors exquisitely precise gene-editing technique, CRISPR - a gene engineer explains how it works

Asbestos.Com, 8 October 2020
Latest T-Cell Clinical Trial Opens for Mesothelioma Patients

RTD Documentary Channel, 6 October 2020
Genetically Modified Kids: Brilliant Innovation or Crime Against Nature

Counter Punch, 1 October 2020
Bt Cotton in India is a GMO Template for a 'Monumental Irreversible Catastrophe'

Euractiv, 1 October 2020
Genetically modified soybean gains EU Commission approval

PR Newswire, 30 September 2020
Hundreds of Retailers Support Fairtrade and Non-GMO Month this October

FDA, 29 September 2020
FDA Releases New "Feed Your Mind" Consumer Education Materials

Genetic Literacy Project, 28 September 2020
Viewpoint: There's no such thing as a 'GMO', and the history of potatoes illustrates why the term is 'nonsensical'

ABC News, 25 September 2020
Super surrogate livestock breeding: Research shows males can produce sperm of other males with genetic engineering

News-Medical.net, 25 September 2020
New optical switch to precisely control the lifespan of genetic 'copies'

European Scientist, 24 September 2020
The EU's Farm-2-Fork and Green Deal: Are They More than Happy Talk?

WIRED, 24 September 2020
Can a Genetically Modified Bug Combat a Global Farm Plague?

South China Morning Post, 23 September 2020
Gene editing: Chinese scientists bring safer pig-to-human organ transplants one step closer to reality

GEN News, 21 September 2020
Genetic Engineering Across the Tree of Life

Myeloma Research News, 21 September 2020
FDA Grants Fast Track Designation to 'Off-the-shelf' CAR T-cell Therapy

Genetic Literacy Project, 18 September 2020
Viewpoint: Why grow GMOs? To prevent cancer, pesticide poisoning and farmer suicides

The Science TimesFinancial Express, 17 September 2020
GM crops: Going around in circles

The National, 15 September 2020
Dolly the Sheep scientists genetically engineer elite stud animals

Genetic Literacy Project, 15 September 2020
Promoting CRISPR crops at the expense of GMOs is short-sighted when we need both

Ghana Web, 10 September 2020
Ghana developing GMOs for cowpea and rice

The Science Times, 9 September 2020
Researchers Control Bacteria by Switching Lights On and Off

Euractiv, 8 September 2020
First detection test developed for gene-edited crop, campaign groups claim

Newsday, 8 September 2020
Gene-editing regulations in order to avoid designer babies must adhere to strict new guidelines

Anthropocene, 4 September 2020
This genetic tweak could help plants shift nitrogen from old to new leaves

MIT Technology Review, 3 September 2020
The "staged rollout" of gene-modified babies could start with sickle-cell disease

Calcalist Tech, 2 September 2020
CanBreed secures patent for editing medical cannabis seeds

Far Eastern Agriculture, 1 September 2020
Origin Agritech enters commercialisation agreement for new generation insect-resistant GMO corn gene

Enviro News Nigeria, 31 August 2020
Promoters say Nigeria genetically modified maize trail result 'promising'

The Science Times, 28 August 2020
Another Reason to Drink! Mutant Yeast Strain in Japanese Sake Helps Fight Fatigue

News Landed, 26 August 2020
Bioengineering can stop drylands from turning into deserts, a new study finds

Pledge Times, 25 August 2020
Transgenic moths released to end one of the worst pests on the planet

CourtHouse News, 25 August 2020
Federal Judge Poised to Deny Approval of GMO Salmon

Horizon, 25 August 2020
We can programme plants to grow biomolecules. Is farming the future of vaccines?

Genetic Literacy Project, 24 August 2020
CRISPR cows could boost sustainable meat production, but regulations and wary consumers stand in the way

The Hindu Business Line, 24 August 2020
'No-GM' certificate mandatory for imported food crops from January

Popular Mechanics, 21 August 2020
Release 750 Million Genetically Modified Mosquitoes Into the Wild, They Said

Ecologist, 19 August 2020
Golden Rice is 'trojan horse'

Penn State News, 17 August 2020
Merit-based NSF grant extension supports expansion of gene-editing technology

Mirage, 17 August 2020
Cloned stem rust resistance genes offer glimpse of future crop protection

Anthropocene, 14 August 2020
Three genetic tweaks produce higher-yielding, water-conserving crops for the future

Seafood Source, 13 August 2020
AquaBounty prepares for profitability with AquAdvantage salmon harvest and a third farm

Farm Weekly, 9 August 2020
Gene editing creates superior barley trait

Science Alert, 8 August 2020
For The First Time, CRISPR Gene-Editing Has Been Used on Squid

The Print, 7 August 2020
Allow field trials of Bt brinjal to ensure safety of crops, agri-tech body writes to govt

The Scottish Farmer, 5 August 2020
Gene editing update: UK to launch public consultation this autumn

Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News, 3 August 2020
CRISPR Startups Give Genome Editing Several New Twists

Food Business News, 3 August 2020
Center for Food Safety, others, challenge GMO labeling rule

The Ecologist, 3 August 2020
Gene editing and sustainable farming

Scientific American, 30 July 2020
Plants Have Hormones, Too, and Tweaking Them Could Improve Food Supply

Food Dive, 30 July 2020
GMO labeling advocates sue USDA to strengthen disclosure law

Cuba News, 28 July 2020
Should Cuba promote introduction of genetically modified organisms in agriculture?

News-Medical.Net, 28 July 2020
A new cell-based gene therapy approach to better treat patients with hemophilia A

Alliance for Science, 27 July 2020
New study: GMO crops reduce pesticide use, greenhouse gas emissions

Mail Online, 24 July 2020
Meet Cosmo the Frankenbull: Scientists genetically engineer a bull calf so that 75 per cent of its offspring will be male

Genetic Literacy Project, 24 July 2020
Nanotechnology helps farmers battle drought, pests but GMO rules could slow adoption

The Grocer, 22 July 2020
British people won't thank the NFU for its stance on gene editing

Concord Monitor, 20 July 2020
Resurrecting the chestnut tree, with cross-breeding or genetic engineering

Genetic Literacy Project, 20 July 2020
Viewpoint: Calling gene-edited crops 'natural' won't dispel public skepticism. Here's a better way to build trust in CRISPR

National Hog Farmer, 16 July 2020
Researchers apply stem cell technology to vaccine development for pigs

Innovation Origins, 13 July 2020
Modified vaccine against yellow fever also seems to work against COVID-19

Alliance For Science, 13 July 2020
African women are leading biotechnology's advance across the continent

The World, 12 July 2020
EPA approves field trials of genetically modified mosquito

The Fish Site, 10 July 2020
BlueNalu to take cell-based seafood to South Korea

Technology Networks, 9 July 2020
Bacterial Toxin Gene Editor Precisely Edits Mitochondrial DNA

Evening Express, 8 July 2020
Scientists create genetically modified plant as alternative to fish oils

Gilmore Health, 8 July 2020
High Blood Pressure Could Soon Be Treated With a Genetically Modified Rice

The National Law Review, 8 July 2020
USDA Issues Guidance to Facilitate Compliance with Bioengineered Food Disclosure Standard

PR Newswire, 7 July 2020
Flagship Pioneering's Scientists Invent a New Category of Genome Engineering Technology: Gene Writing

Euractiv, 3 July 2020
NGOs call for moratorium on controversial 'gene drive organisms'

Sifted, 2 July 2020
The race to save the banana

Potato News Today, 1 July 2020
Trending: 'The Age of Agrochemicals is Ending It's Time for Agricultural Biotechnology

The Fence Post, 1 July 2020
Consumers don't understand the difference between CRISPR and GMOs

AG Update, 26 June 2020
Genetic editing brings potential to research

True Publica, 25 June 2020
Deregulating GMOs via the Agriculture Bill- what happens next?

SGS, 23 June 2020
What effect will the US reduction in biotechnology regulations have on food exports?

Science-entrepreneur, 23 June 2020
Agrifood biotech startups: avoiding the fate of GMO crops

Jdsupra, 19 June 2020
Regulatory challenges for genetically-modified foods in China

Euractiv, 18 June 2020
UK Environment secretary offers support for gene editing, diverges from EU stance

Alliance for Science, 17 June 2020
Oxitec wins approval to release GMO mosquitoes in US

Euractiv, 16 June 2020
German Green faction pushes for gene editing, overhaul of regulation

The Guardian, 14 June 2020
British farmers need all the help science can offer. Time to allow gene editing

The Guardian, 14 June 2020
Lords seek to allow gene-editing in UK 'to produce healthy hardier crops'

Wicked leeks, 10 June 2020
Gene editing amendment sparks deregulation fears

Phys.org, 9 June 2020
Unfavourable attitudes toward genetically modified food predict negative feelings about other food technologies

Brownfield AG News, 4 June 2020
Survey: Consumers and gene-edited foods

NUS Science, 3 June 2020
Improving food security and genome editing

AG Funder News, 3 June 2020
Tropic Biosciences banks $28.5m in Temasek-led Series B for gene-editing, RNAi approach

Asian Scientist, 1 June 2020
Enlarging Asia's food basket with gene editing

GEN, 29 May 2020
New Recombineering Method May Overcome Key Obstacle in Genetically Engineering Bacteria

Aju Business Daily, 29 May 2020
Researchers find new selective-breeding method for heat-tolerant abalone without genetic modification

Berkeley Research, 28 May 2020
A Nano Strategy Overcomes Barriers to Plant Genetic Engineering

ScienceDaily, 27 May 2020
Exchange of arms between chromosomes using molecular scissors

India Times, 25 May 2020
Fishes Won't Have To Die, As Researchers Create Real Fish Meat In A Lab

Alliance for Science, 21 May 2020
African nations warm to crop biotechnology for potential food security gains

Chemical & Engineering News, 21 May 2020
Genetically-engineered malaria vaccines show promise in the clinic

The Conversation, 20 May 2020
What if you could test yourself for coronavirus with a test in the comfort of your home?

MIT News, 19 May 2020
Nature-inspired CRISPR enzymes for expansive genome editing

Food Safety Magazine, 15 May 2020
USDA Modernizes 30+ Year Old Genetic Engineering Rule

New Atlas, 14 May 2020
New CRISPR method edits crops without technically making them GMOs

BGR, 14 May 2020
Scientists genetically modified a mouse to be 4 percent human

Sci Tech Daily, 11 May 2020
How to Boost Plant Biomass: Genetic Biologists Uncover Molecular Link to Growth

Alliance for Science, 8 May 2020
COVID-19 may stall Nigeria's rollout of GMO cowpea

WHYY, 8 May 2020
Will genetic modification help control mosquitoes - or just create different ones?

ScienceDaily, 7 May 2020
The EU not ready for the release of Gene drive organisms into the environment

Alliance for Science, 6 May 2020
GMO tomato as edible COVID vaccine? Mexican scientists work to make it a reality

ScienceDaily, 5 May 2020
Plants pass on 'memory' of stress to some progeny, making them more resilient

The New York Times Magazine, 30 April 2020
Can Genetic Engineering Bring Back the American Chestnut?

Alliance for Science, 29 April 2020
Ugandan scientists use CRISPR in pioneering research to breed hardier cassava

Korea Biomedical Review, 28 April 2020
SNUBH team finds modified adenovirus halts pancreatic cancer progression

ABC News, 28 April 2020
SA lifts ban on GM crops after 16 years

GM Watch, 23 April 2020
Surveys make unsettling reading for GMO proponents

ScienceDaily, 23 April 2020
Gene edited protocol for whitefly pest opens door to control

Grain Central, 22 April 2020
Gene editing opens faster, cheaper way to introduce new crop traits

Earth Talk, 20 April 2020
Genetically modified organisms: safe to eat, safe for the environment?

Cherwell, 17 April 2020
Genetically modified foods: Friend or foe?

The Cattle Site, 17 April 2020
Gene edited cattle: Are we there yet?

Feed Navigator, 16 April 2020
USDA study: Brexit could propel agricultural biotechnology forward in UK

Wraltechwire, 15 April 2020
Tasty deal? Durham food tech startup cultivates plan to bring new breeds of berries to market

Producer, 9 April 2020
Is gene editing being properly used

PR News Wire, 7 April 2020
MilliporeSigma awarded second US patent for CRISPR gene editing technology

Alliance for Science, 7 April 2020
Norwegians see advantages to gene editing food

Trace Gains, 7 April 2020
Mandatory GMO labelling: pros and cons

Wired, 4 April 2020
GMOs are an ally in the changing climate

Grain Central, 3 April 2020
Research breakthrough boosts sorghum protein content

Stat News, 30 March 2020
CRISPR pioneer Doudna opens lab to run Covid-19 tests

Forbes, 30 March 2020
The promise and fear of gene editing

Phys.org, 27 March 2020
Scientists create triple-threat genetic toolkit for producing eco-friendly chemicals

Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News, 25 March 2020
Genetic Programming Compels Bacteria to Produce Useful Magnetosomes

Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News, 24 March 2020
CAR T-Cell Approach Brought to Once-Resistant Macrophages

The Science Advisory Board, 24 March 2020
Scientists alter cell function with genetic engineering, polymer science

ScienceDaily, 23 March 2020
New genetic editing powers discovered in squid

Singularity University, 23 March 2020
Scientists Engineered Neurons to Make Electrically Conductive Materials

GIZMODO, 21 March 2020
Forget The Woolly Mammoth -- Let's Resurrect Some Extinct Plants

Science Advances, 18 March 2020
Development of a CRISPR-SaCas9 system for projection- and function-specific gene editing in the rat brain

MJH Life Sciences, 17 March 2020
Gene therapies show promise for pediatric treatment

KCW Today, 16 March 2020
Genetically modified food and human health

CHEMEUROPE.COM, 13 March 2020
Sustainable use of CO2 using a modified bacterium

PLOS Blogs, 12 March 2020
Viruses for the Good: Gene Therapy for Sickle Cell Disease

Targeted Oncology, 11 March 2020
Gene Editing May Improve QoL With Standard of Care Therapy in Hematologic Malignancies

EurekAlert, 10 March 2020
Method yielding high rate of D-lactate using cyanobacteria could revolutionize bioplastic production

Thomson Reuters Foundation News, 9 March 2020
OPINION: Africa's devastating locust outbreak exposes need for crop science on all fronts

Genetic Literacy Project, 9 March 2020
Sustainability benefits of biotech may prompt Millennials, Gen Z to embrace GMOs and gene editing

The National Law Review, 7 March 2020
FDA Launches New "Feed Your Mind" Initiative to Increase Consumer Understanding of Genetically Engineered Foods

Alliance for Science, 5 March 2020
Top European science council demands 'radical' GMO regulatory reform

NPR, 4 March 2020
In A 1st, Scientists Use Revolutionary Gene-Editing Tool To Edit Inside A Patient

GEN, 3 March 2020
'HOT' CRISPR Tool Creates Fast and Efficient Knock-Ins

Alliance for Science, 3 March 2020
Mozambique sees GMO crops as way to reduce poverty, achieve food security

Euractiv, 27 February 2020
Gene-editing regulation not the biggest hurdle for SMEs in EU, says academic

Alliance for Science, 26 February 2020
Not all GMO plants are created equal

Winnipeg Freepress, 24 February 2020
Gene-edited food creates communication challenges

Forbes, 21 February 2020
You may find salt-tolerant rice growing in the ocean by 2021

Lethbridge Herald, 19 February 2020
Food industry trying for better communication job with gene editing

The Guardian, 19 February 2020
Why we need mandatory labelling of GMO products

CSHL, 18 February 2020
The future of food looks small, dense and very bushy

Global Plant Council, 17 February 2020
New survey results reveal the experts and public's attitude towards gene-edited crops

Business Wire, 13 February 2020
Cibus Achieves Critical Milestones for Two New Gene-Edited Traits that Increase Productivity for Rice Farmers

CNBC, 13 February 2020
How the Impossible Burger is changing the debate over GMO foods

Mashable India, 11 February 2020
These Genetically-Modified Moths Can Bring Down Crop Pest Populations

EURACTIV, 10 February 2020
Italian minister: Unlike gene editing, GMOs belong to the past

Business Insider, 8 February 2020
France must put gene-edited crops under GMO rules this year: court

Nature, 4 February 2020
Step aside CRISPR, RNA editing is taking off

Troy Media, 4 February 2020
Gene edited foods could be our next risk communication fiasco

The Guardian, 3 February 2020
Boris Johnson hints at allowing GM food imports from US

Chemistry World, 31 January 2020
Tweaking honey bee bacteria to fight colony collapse disorder

Time, 31 January 2020
Zimbabwe Quietly Lifts Ban on Genetically Modified Corn Imports in Bid to Avert Famine

New Scientist, 29 January 2020
Male moths genetically modified to kill females released in the wild

National Geographic, 28 January 2020
Are Genetically Modified Crops the Answer to World Hunger?

Food Dive, 27 January 2020
Food manufacturers can put GMO labels on their products in 2020. Will they?

News Medical, 24 January 2020
First glioblastoma patient treated with genetically modified poliovirus at UH

Inside Science, 22 January 2020
Genetically Engineered Virus Protects Mice against Deadly Effects of Nerve Gas and Pesticides

Technology Networks, 21 January 2020
Genetically Modifying Trees To Fight Climate Change

The Cornell Alliance for Science, 21 January 2020
The sweet side of science, 'Modified'

WIRED, 18 January 2020
The juicy, painstaking quest to make tomatoes taste less awful

ABC Science, 17 January 2020
Genetically engineered mosquitoes are immune to all strains of dengue virus for first time

The Times of India, 15 January 2020
HTBt seeds illegal but it's easy to procure them, say farmer

Good Beer Hunting, 15 January 2020
Yeast of Eden - Why Genetically Modified Yeast Could Be the Next Step in Beer's Evolution

CBC, 12 January 2020
Gene editing could revolutionise the food industry, but it'll have to fight the PR war GMO foods lost

Bloomberg, 11 January 2020
US corn crop is now 92% genetically modified

New Food Magazine, 7 January 2020
Survey suggests public concerns remain over safety of GM foods

Science Daily, 6 January 2020
Poplar genetically modified not to harm air quality grow as well as non-modified trees

ZME Science, 6 January 2020
GM 'golden' rice approved for consumption in the Philippines

The Print, 3 January 2020
Maharashtra farmers are asserting their freedom by celebrating HTBt cotton crop harvest

Food Processing, 3 January 2020
GMO labelling regulations still causing confusion

The Hindu Business Line, 2 January 2020
The next decade in science

2019

Courier-journal, 26 December 2019
Eyeing organs for human transplants, companies unveil the most extensively gene-edited pigs yet

Daily Mail, 23 December 2019
New genetically-modified "urban" tomatoes that ripen in compact bunches like grapes can be grown on the roofs of skyscrapers - or even in space

Science Magazine Org, 19 December 2019
Eyeing organs for human transplants, companies unveil the most extensively gene-edited pigs yet

Stuff.co.nz, 21 December 2019
Allow gene editing, urges top plant biologist as she retires

Science Magazine Org, 19 December 2019
Eyeing organs for human transplants, companies unveil the most extensively gene-edited pigs yet

VOA News, 19 December 2019
Philippines approves GMO rice to fight malnutrition

ABC, 19 December 2019
Ban on genetically modified crops to be lifted as SA government bypasses parliament

Seed World, 18 December 2019
Will the public accept gene-edited foods? A social science perspective

FSANZ, December 2019
Updates on FSANZ review of food derived using NBTs

Science Daily, 12 December 2019
Herpes' archilles heel

Ag Daily, 11 December 2019
Are GMOs safe? Science says yes; the media says no

The New Daily, 10 December 2019
'Outdated' genetically modified food labels are a potential health risk

Euractiv, 10 December 2019
Corteva signs first major gene editing deal with European company

Financial Times, 9 December 2019
Gene editing success heralds era of animal-to-human transplants

The Guardian, 8 December 2019
Gene editing will let us control our very evoution. Will we use it wisely?

Food Navigator Asia, 5 December 2019
Genome-edited food products to go on sale in Japan, despite no labelling and safety provisions

Straits Times, 4 December 2019
Scientists slam Chinese Crispr babies research after gene edits manuscript released

Slow Food, 28 November 2019
South Africa's agriculture minister rejects Monsanto's GM maize seed

Straits Times, 28 November 2019
One year later, mystery surrounds China's gene-edited babies

Biotechniques, 27 November 2019
What are off-target effects of CRISPR and why are they concerning?

Karma Impact, 26 November 2019
EU's plans for sustainable food may open door to gene-edited crops

Civil Eats, 18 October 2019
Restricting plant-based "meat" labels won't save the meat industry

Foreign Policy, 17 October 2019
The true story of the genetically modified superfood that almost saved millions

USRTK, 17 October 2019
Gene editing mishaps highlight need for FDA oversight

VOA News, 17 October 2019
US permits genetically modified cotton as human food source

Japan Times, 6 October 2019
Despite concerns, gene-edited foods expected to go on sale in Japan later this year

CNBC, 4 October 2019
As Silicon Valley faces a tech reckoning, biologists point to the next big opportunity

Science Magazine, 2 October 2019
Gene editing can make fruit flies into 'monarch flies'

Washington Examiner, 2 October 2019
Regulatory war on gene editing could leave American agriculture in the dust

SynBioBeta, 29 September 2019
Crop plants of the future will fix nitrogen using synthetic biology

East Oregonian, 26 September 2019
Oregon wheat leader reflects on his tenure

CNN News, 24 September 2019
The Awesome Burger is Nestlé's answer to the plant-based meat craze

Pig World, 24 September 2019
NPA sets out benefits of gene editing for pork sector

Nature, 24 September 2019
CRISPR might be the banana's only hope against a deadly fungus

The Washington Examiner, 23 September 2019
Military wants to use gene editing to protect troops against chemical and biological weapons

American Council on Science and Health, 23 September 2019
Much Of The Buzz About Genetically Engineered Mosquitoes Is Wrong

Stuff.co.nz, 12 September 2019
Gene-editing risks are still too great to warrant a change in the law

Science Magazine, 11 September 2019
Does the U.S. public support using gene drives in agriculture? And what do they want to know?

The Guardian, 11 September 2019
History shows it will take more than technology and money to beat malaria

Alliance for Science, Cornell, 10 September 2019
Plant breeding innovations required to weather climate change, report says

The Star Tribune, 6 September 2019
A lesson in editing genes: St. Paul firm's hornless cow had a plasmid it wasn't supposed to

Science News Press, 5 September 2019
Genetically Modified Seeds Market Top Manufacturers with Size, Drivers, Share, Segments and Challenges

The Scientist, 4 September 2019
Image of the Day: Gene-Edited Reptiles

Australian Financial Review, 4 September 2019
Impossible Burger hit by safety concerns

Alliance for Science, Cornell, 3 September 2019
'Patchwork' of global gene editing regulations will harm seed production, group warns

Times Colonist, 1 September 2019
Non-GMO project has a dark side

Niagara Gazette, 30 August 2019
In defense of GMOs

MIT Technology Review, 29 August 2019
Gene-edited cattle have a major screwup in their DNA

Science Daily, 27 August 2019
These albino lizards are the world's first gene-edited reptiles

7news, Australia, 19 August 2019
South Australia to lift ban on GM crops

Genetic Literacy Project, 15 August 2019
Following approval of GMO crops, Nigeria sets sights on other biotech advances, including gene editing and synthetic biology

New Food Economy, 15 August 2019
FDA finds a surprise in gene-edited cattle: antibiotic-resistant, non-bovine DNA

Food Navigator Asia, 13 August 2019
Biosafety governance: Thailand's GMO regulation draft to cover full spectrum of plant, microorganism and animal products

Newsroom, New Zealand, 13 August 2019
Our GE legislation due for an overhaul

The New Zealand Herald, 12 August 2019
Strongest call yet for overhaul of 'outdated' genetic engineering laws

Nature, 12 August 2019
Mosquitoes, war and power

XinhuaNet, 12 August 2019
Chinese researchers develop new type of high-yielding rapeseed

ABC News, Australia, 8 August 2019
Tasmania's GMO ban good news for some, a 'missed opportunity' for others

Wired, 8 August 2019
CRISPR Can Help Solve Our Looming Food Crisis - Here's How

Alliance for Science, Cornell, 3 August 2019
EU opposition to GMOs is overstated, new survey reveals

Science Magazine, 2 August 2019
With its CRISPR revolution, China becomes a world leader in genome editing

Science|Business, 1 August 2019
Pressure increases for ECJ rule banning use of genome editing in agriculture to be reversed

The New Zealand Herald, 31 July 2019
NZ genetic engineering laws 'old and tired', top scientist says

The New Zealand Herald, 31 July 2019
NRC members explain why they scrapped anti-GMO clause

Science Magazine, 29 July 2019
To feed its 1.4 billion, China bets big on genome editing of crops

European Biotechnology, 29 July 2019
European Commission approves ten GMOs

Indystar, 28 July 2019
In a first-of-its-kind endeavor, AquaBounty farms country's bio-engineered salmon in Indiana

Omaha, 27 July 2019
If you aren't allergic to a non-GMO food, there's no reason to fear its GMO counterpart

Euractiv, 26 July 2019
Eyeing US trade deal, new UK PM whets biotech industry appetite on GMOs

Science business, 25 July 2019
Boris Johnson vows to ditch EU rules on GM crops

Omaha, 22 July 2019
Science has been improving the food we eat for centuries. So why the controversy over GMOs?

Indian Express, 21 July 2019
Genetically modified crops: a wake-up call?

Bloomberg, 17 July 2019
Feeding 10 billion people will require genetically modified food

Science Daily, 15 July 2019
Comprehensive review of the future of CRISPR technology in crops

Vice, 13 July 2019
Scientists Are Genetically Engineering Plants to Fight Climate Change

Alliance for Science, Cornell, 12 July 2019
Both feuding parties confident of victory in Ghana's legal battle over GMOs

Alliance for Science, Cornell, 11 July 2019
Activists slow to embrace gene editing that benefits animal welfare

Alliance for Science, Cornell, 10 July 2019
Scientists urge speedy introduction of GMOs to help Ghana cut food imports

Pork Business, 9 July 2019
FDA Pushes Back Over Gene Editing Concerns from Pork Industry

Nature, 9 July 2019
Self-destructing mosquitoes and sterilized rodents: the promise of gene drives

The Star, Kenya, 8 July 2019
State should support tech advances for smallholder farmers

Times of India, 5 July 2019
Hisar farmers to defy ban, plant GM cotton today

Newsweek, 4 July 2019
Cows Genetically Modified to Burp and Fart Less Could Cut Methane Emissions by Half

Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News, 1 July 2019
CRISPR-Accelerated Gene Drives Pump the Brakes

Brisbane Times, 30 June 2019
The push for genetically modified crops to combat climate change food shortages

Heathline, 29 June 2019
Would you eat genetically modified salmon?

National Law Review, 27 June 2019
To be or not to be a GMO

Pacific Standard Magazine, 25 June 2019
The most controversial tree in the world

Business Daily Africa, 20 June 2019
Kenya at risk of losing funding for GMO crops development

Alliance for Science, 20 June 2019
Ghana considers new rules to enhance its GMO regime

Commentary Magazine, 18 June 2019
The slow, welcome death of the GMO panic

New York Times, 17 June 2019
Grow faster, grow stronger: speed-breeding crops to feed the future

Stuff.co.nz, 16 June 2019
New Zealanders divided over the safety of genetically modified food

The National, 16 June 2019
New UAE law to protect public from genetically modified food risks

Business Mirror, 16 June 2019
Trump orders simpler path for genetically engineered food

Wall Street Journal, 12 June 2019
Trump bolsters biotech seed makers

Anthropocene Magazine, 7 June 2019
A little knowledge goes a long way towards getting people to eat GM foods

Arstechnica, 5 June 2019
Why haven't genetically engineered crops made food better?

Science Daily, 4 June 2019
Would you eat genetically modified food if you understood the science behind it?

Gulf Times, 3 June 2019
Salmon, in a hurry

The Guardian, 2 June 2019
Candidate to run global food body will 'not defend' EU stance on GM

The Denver Post, 1 June 2019
New Boulder County GMO crop transition plan still has critics

The Detroit News, 31 May 2019
Salmon hatchery to raise first genetically modified animal for human consumption

Arizona State University, 31 May 2019
ASU study finds that touting safety of GMOs just riles those who are opposed

Forbes, 30 May 2019
This Company's GMOs Will Help Feed The World, Without Ever Being Eaten

Alliance for Science, Cornell, 30 May 2019
Transgenic fungus shows huge promise for malaria control in West Africa

The Guardian, 30 May 2019
Crispr gene-editing will change the way Americans eat - here's what's coming

The Star, Kenya, 30 May 2019
Viable GMO policy urgently needed

Alliance for Science, Cornell, 28 May 2019
Royalty-free genes reduce GMO seed costs in Africa

The Independent, 28 May 2019
Museveni's GMO law dilemma

Farmers Guardian, 28 May 2019
EU Ministers consider updating GM regs after ECJ ruling on gene editing

Channel News Asia, 26 May 2019
Commentary: Clean meat - the next big thing in Singapore's push towards agriculture?

The Star, Kenya, 23 May 2019
GMO revolution is irreversible

The Daily Nation, Kenya, 22 May 2019
Bt cotton lessons from Burkina Faso

European Biotechnology, 22 May 2019
EU ministers set to exclude CRISPR crops from GMO legislation

The Diplomat, 21 May 2019
China's GMO Paradox

Alliance for Science, Cornell, 21 May 2019
Irish scientist calls for reopening GMO debate

The New Zealand Herald, 20 May 2019
Why public buy-in is critical to NZ's great pest wipe-out

Forbes, Africa, 17 May 2019
Gene Hackers: The Young Biotech Entrepreneurs Looking To Make Billions By Editing Life Itself

Alliance for Science, Cornell, 16 May 2019
Nigeria looks to regulate emerging biotechnologies

Reuters, 16 May 2019
Brazil seeks China's OK for genetically modified sugarcane

Business Insider, 16 May 2019
The inside story of how the Silicon Valley burger startup Impossible Foods is going global after its sizzling Burger King debut

Nature, 14 May 2019
Russia joins in global gene-editing bonanza

Alliance for Science, Cornell, 13 May 2019
Ghana farmer groups demand accelerated approval of GMO crops

Bloomberg, 8 May 2019
Nigeria Approves Two GMO Cotton Varieties to Increase Output

Wired, 8 May 2019
Genetically Tweaked Viruses Just Saved a Very Sick Teen

Alliance for Science, Cornell, 8 May 2019
Danish council urges EU to reassess anti -GMO stance

Statesman Journal, 7 May 2019
Oregon legislature may let farmers sue for contamination from genetically engineered crops

MIT Technology Review, 2 May 2019
The search for the kryptonite that can stop CRISPR

Science Daily, 2 May 2019
Drugs that block CRISPR-Cas9 genome editing identified

ABC News, Australia, 30 April 2019
CRISPR editing of plants and animals gets green light in Australia. Now what?

Alliance for Science, Cornell, 30 April 2019
Kenya reconsidering GMO crop ban to support food security

Rothamsted Research, 29 April 2019
It's Oil The Same To Us

Folio, 25 April 2019
Gene-editing technology to create virus-resistant cassava plant has opposite effect, researchers find

Technology Networks, 25 April 2019
Are regulations on genetically modified organisms holding back agricultural innovation?

MN Daily, 23 April 2019
Local company stirs controvery through marketing gene-edited foods

Nature, 23 April 2019
Australian gene-editing rules adopt 'middle ground'

Business Insider, 20 April 2019
We'll be eating the first Crispr'd foods within 5 years, according to a geneticist who helped invent the blockbuster gene-editing tool

Lab Biotech, 17 April 2019
UK biotech uses genetic engineering to control crop munching caterpillars

GM Watch, 16 April 2019
Stakeholders reject genetic modification of indigenous foods in Nigeria

CBC News, 16 April 2019
AquaBounty considers labelling genetically modified salmon

CNBC, 15 April 2019
Road to approval for US biotech crops in China beset with massive delays, costing industry billions

KSDK, 14 April 2019
What makes the Impossible Burger look and taste like real beef?

Global News Canada, 11 April 2019
Environment Canada approves genetically-modified salmon raised in Prince Edward Island

AG Funder News, 10 April 2019
Europe's gene editing regulation exposes the messy relationship between science and politics

Straits Times, 6 April 2019
GM crops still a sticking point in US-China trade deal

Nasdaq, 5 April 2019
Biotech crops still a sticking point in US-China trade deal: Sources

AGDAILY, 4 April 2019
Why now is the time for the convergence of agriculture and CRISPR technology

MIT News, 2 April 2019
Keeping genetic engineering localized

Phys.Org, 1 April 2019
New plant breeding technologies for food security

Science Magazine, 29 March 2019
New plant breeding technologies for food security

CBC News, Canada, 29 March 2019
Canada Doesn't Label GMO Foods Even Though 88% of Us Say We Should

The Los Angeles Times, 28 March 2019
Using genetics to try to figure out how to get mosquitoes to stop biting us

Euractiv, 28 March 2019
Genome editing is going to be high on next Parliament agenda, MEP says

The Straits Times, 28 March 2019
Superfish being bred to ramp up locally produced protein

The Straits Times, 28 March 2019
Nanotubes transform vegetable genes for more resilient crops

MIT Technology Review, 26 March 2019
Genome engineers made more than 13,000 CRISPR edits in a single cell

Pork Business, 26 March 2019
Gene Editing Promise Stalled at FDA

NBC News, 22 March 2019
Feeding the future: How to change food production and diet to sustain the global population

ABC News, Australia, 22 March 2019
Tasmania's GMO ban under review as scientist urges change to 'feed more people'

Science Daily, 21 March 2019
Using more-specific 'genetic scissors' may avoid problems associated with gene editing

Science Magazine, 21 March 2019
Researchers embrace a radical idea: engineering coral to cope with climate change

The Conversation, 21 March 2019
Will more genetically engineered foods be approved under the FDA's new leadership?

Nature, 19 March 2019
World Health Organization panel weighs in on CRISPR-babies debate

World Health Organizaation, Press Release, 19 March 2019
WHO expert panel paves way for strong international governance on human genome editing

Nature, 14 March 2019
Bull 'super dads' are being engineered to produce sperm from another father

USA Today, 12 March 2019
GMO 'Frankenfish' salmon could be in stores as early as next year, as FDA lifts import ban

Chicago Tribune, 12 March 2019
Gene-edited food quietly arrives in Midwest restaurant's cooking oil

Reuters, 11 March 2019
In fresh blow to Monsanto, India cuts GM cotton seed royalty

New Zealand, Herald, 10 March 2019
Predator Free 2050: New call to discuss gene technology in war on pests

Business Insider, Singapore, 8 March 2019
Silicon Valley startups backed by celebrities like Bill Gates are using gene-editing tool Crispr to make meat without farms - and to disrupt a $200 billion industry

Business Insider, Singapore, 8 March 2019
Singapore chefs were among the first in the world to ask Impossible Foods for its meatless meat

Agri-Pulse, 8 March 2019
AquaBounty can start selling GE salmon in US

The Straits Times, 7 March 2019
Looks like meat, tastes like meat, but isn't meat

Radio, New Zealand, 1 March 2019
Is it time to reignite the genetic modification debate?

Forbes, 28 February 2019
GMOs And The Dangers Of Politicizing Science

CBC, Canada, 27 February 2019
Scientists brew up cannabinoids using genetically-modified beer yeast

The Conversation, 26 February 2019
Gene-edited food regulations: whether it's a plant or animal shouldn't matter, but it does now

Stuff.co.nz, 23 February 2019
A ban on Predator Free using gene editing technology labelled a 'handbrake' on conservation by MP

Reuters, 22 February 2019
DowDuPont wins final OK for global launch of new GMO soybeans

Pork Business, 21 February 2019
Gene Editing Development Stalled; NPPC Renews Call for USDA Oversight

The Colorado Sun, 20 February 2019
GMO food labels are coming. But with most products already using modified ingredients, battle lines have shifted.

Tech Times, 20 February 2019
Genetically Modified Mosquitoes Released In High-Security Lab

Nature, 20 February 2019
Gene-edited animal creators look beyond US market

Daily Mail, UK, 15 February 2019
Would you eat meat from a gene-edited animal? Public acceptance of controversial 'Frankenfoods' is being gauged by an online survey

BBC News, 15 February 2019
Gene-edited animal plan to relieve poverty in Africa

Science Daily, 13 February 2019
Future of US citrus may hinge on consumer acceptance of genetically modified food

Wired, UK, 13 February 2019
Science moves closer to killing malaria with mutant mosquitos

Reuters, 12 February 2019
How a Philippines regulator stymied DowDuPont's global seed launch

American Council on Science and Health, 11 February 2019
GMO Cassava Can Provide Iron, Zinc To Malnourished African Children

Financial Times, 10 February 2019
Gene editing: how agritech is fighting to shape the food we eat

Nature, 7 February 2019
'Diet drugs' suppress mosquitoes' thirst for blood

Science Magazine, 7 February 2019
This spud's for you: A breeding revolution could unleash the potential of potato

Nature, 6 February 2019
Sizzling interest in lab-grown meat belies lack of basic research

Australian Financial Review, 6 February 2019
Bayer blasts European regulators as it looks to boost R&D in Australia

Phys.Org, 5 February 2019
Scientists urged to fight GMO fake news

Phys.Org, 5 February 2019
Scientists find new and smaller CRISPR gene editor: CasX

The Scientist, 1 February 2019
Companies Use CRISPR to Improve Crops

Irish Times, 1 February 2019
Ban on GM crops is a blight on Irish agriculture

Nature, 31 January 2019
How machine learning could keep dangerous DNA out of terrorists' hands

Lab Biotech, EU, 31 January 2019
CRISPR Gene Editing Could Make Gluten Safe for Celiacs

Daily Mail, UK, 31 January 2019
Banana-killing VIRUS is threatening to wipe out the popular fruit as scientists claim gene-editing is the only thing that could save them from extinction

Nature, 30 January 2019
Indian court's decision to uphold GM cotton patent could boost industry research

United States Senator for Alaska, Lisa Murkowski, 30 January 2019
Murkowski Reintroduces GE Salmon Labeling Bill

Nature, 29 January 2019
Chinese effort to clone gene-edited monkeys kicks off

Mirror, UK, 28 January 2019
Chickens genetically modified to lay eggs containing CANCER drugs in latest breakthrough

The Scientific American, 28 January 2019
Gene Drives Shown to Work in Female Mice

The Daily Mail, UK, 28 January 2019
Chickens could provide cheap method of producing drugs, research suggests

Euractiv, EU, 25 January 2019
EU agriculture Commissioner 'surprised' by gene editing court ruling

Radio New Zealand, 24 January 2019
Gene editing research highlights challenges in using CRISPR for pest control

South China Morning Post, 24 January 2019
Chinese scientists clone five baby monkeys after editing genes to induce mental illness

The Wall Street Journal, 24 January 2019
China Opens the Door to U.S. GMOs

Science Daily, 23 January 2019
CRISPR/Cas9 used to control genetic inheritance in mice

The New York Times, 23 January 2019
How to Stop Rogue Gene-Editing of Human Embryos?

The Daily Mail, UK, 22 January 2019
Scientists who created Dolly the sheep reveal plans for gene-edited 'superchickens' resistant to flu in bid to halt human pandemic

Wired, 20 January 2019
What is CRISPR? The revolutionary gene-editing tech explained

Phys.Org, 19 January 2019
New technologies enable better-than-ever details on genetically modified plants

The Parliament, EU, 16 January 2019
How Europe has priced out innovation: the example of plants

The Guardian, 14 January 2019
Strongest opponents of GM foods know the least but think they know the most

Phys.Org, 12 January 2019
Gene-editing tool CRISPR repurposed to develop better antibiotics

Reuters, 9 January 2019
Monsanto patent victory seen as a boost for biotech investment in India

Reuters, 9 January 2019
Factbox: China approves new GMO soybean, corn and canola traits

China Daily, 9 January 2019
Five GM products approved for import into mainland

The Australian, 8 January 2019
Scientists to try breeding spicy tomatoes

Reuters, 8 January 2019
China gives long-awaited GM crop approvals amid U.S. trade talks

Forbes, 8 January 2019
Know What's GMO: Why Blockchain Will Build Faith In Food Labels

Bloomberg, 8 January 2019
Bayer Gets Rare Monsanto Reprieve With Cotton Seed Ruling

Nature, 8 January 2019
Transgenic trees face rocky path from the farm to the forest

Nature, 8 January 2019
How African scientists are improving cassava to help feed the world

MIT Technology Review, 3 January 2019
Gene engineers make super-size plants that are 40% larger

National Review, 4 January 2019
Don't Let Anti-GMO Fanatics Thwart Improved Photosynthesis Crops

Australian Financial Review, 7 January 2019
Gene-edited farm animals are coming

2018

Bloomberg, 28 December 2018
Finally, a GMO to Tempt the Crowd at Whole Foods

Nordic Business Insider, 21 December 2018
A new federal rule requires GMO products to be labeled by 2022, and some food companies are rejoicing

CNBC, 21 December 2018
This $1 billion start-up backed by Bill Gates prints new DNA - and everyone from the DOD to Bayer is on board

United States Department of Agriculture, 20 December 2018
Establishing the National Bioengineered Food Disclosure Standard

Science Magazine, 17 December 2018
Under fire for GM crops article, an iconic Indian scientist clarifies his views

Science Daily, 13 December 2018
Genetically modified pigs resist infection with the classical swine fever virus

Phys.Org, 12 December 2018
Anti-GMO sentiment has repercussions for developing world

Science News, 12 December 2018
Hybrid rice engineered with CRISPR can clone its seeds

Alliance for Science, Cornell, 10 December 2018
African scientists say GMOs could help solve plastic pollution problem

CBC News, Canada, 5 December 2018
GMO salmon undergoing another federal risk assessment

Pacific Standard Magazine, 4 December 2018
The USDA will Release a Final Rule on Labeling GMO Foods

Alliance for Science, Cornell, 3 December 2018
Young Ugandan farmers push for homegrown GMO crops

Harvard Political Review, 1 December 2018
Food Fight: The Debate over GMOs and Food Labeling

Washington Post, 30 November 2018
'Gene drive' research to fight diseases can proceed cautiously, U.N. group decides

Alliance for Science, Cornell, 30 November 2018
Study: GMO crops could help offset climate change impacts

Forbes, 28 November 2018
A Tale Of Two Apples: How 'GMO' Shapes The Fate Of Your Food

American Council on Science and Health, 27 November 2018
The Scientifically Ignorant Drive GMO Debate

Phys.Org, 26 November 2018
New biocontainment strategy controls spread of escaped GMOs

Forbes, 22 November 2018
The Beyond Burger Is Now Available At Tesco, The UK's Largest Supermarket

Independent, Ireland, 18 November 2018
Irish farmers miss out on gene editing potential

Forbes, 18 November 2018
The Non-GMO Project Is Adapting To A Gene-Edited World

Daily Mail, UK, 16 November 2018
Cream of the crop: Plants of the future will be able to survive extreme climate change thanks to Nasa's 'speed breeding' technique

Nature, 15 November 2018
Ban on 'gene drives' is back on the UN's agenda - worrying scientists

The Straits Times, 11 November 2018
On the cusp of another green revolution

The Straits Times, 11 November 2018
Climate change pushing the world into hunger?

Daily Mail, UK, 9 November 2018
Could genetically engineered bacteria create breathable air on Mars? Splitting chemicals found in Martian soil releases oxygen that could be used to make the red planet habitable

Nature, 7 November 2018
Focus on the benefits of building life's systems from scratch

Science Daily, 1 November 2018
Editing nature: A call for careful oversight of environmental gene editing

Science Magazine, 31 October 2018
Editing nature: Local roots of global governance

BioSpace, 31 October 2018
FDA Works to Improve Plant and Animal Biotechnology Guidelines

Alliance for Science, Cornell, 30 October 2018
Ugandan scientists poised to release vitamin-fortified GMO banana

Lab Biotech EU, 26 October 2018
BASF Will Use CRISPR to Gene-Edit Crops and Microbes

Nature, 25 October 2018
Strict EU ruling on gene-edited crops squeezes science

The Sydney Morning Herald, 23 October 2018
Genetically modified plants escape regulation under new proposals

MIT Technology Review, 23 October 2018
Two sick children and a $1.5 million bill: One family's race for a gene therapy cure

New Zealand Herald, 20 October 2018
GMO-free policy not in North's draft air, water, soil, coast plan

American Council for Science and Health, 19 October 2018
Smirnoff Concedes Its Non-GMO Label Is Just A New Marketing Gimmick

Science Daily, 17 October 2018
New approach for controlling dengue fever and Zika virus

The Guardian, 16 October 2018
Invasion of the 'frankenbees': the danger of building a better bee

The Guardian, Nigeria, 15 October 2018
Agency asks activists to stop campaigns against GMOs

CBC News, 13 October 2018
Investors rush to patent genetically modified cannabis molecules

Euro News, 12 October 2018
Malaria-carrying mosquitoes could be killed off by gene editing

Telegraph UK, 11 October 2018
First mammal with two mothers is born as gene-editing breakthrough creates mouse with no father

New Zealand Herald, 4 October 2018
Federated Farmers: How long do we risk ignoring gene technology?

Stuff.co.nz, 3 October 2018
Company develops medical research on Auckland Island pigs

Nature, 2 October 2018
Super-tomato shows what plant scientists can do

CNN News, 1 October 2018
Groundcherries, the latest modified fruit scientists want you to try

The Star Tribune, 28 September 2018
Roseville gene-editing firm Calyxt announces deal with soybean processor

American Council on Science and Health, 25 September 2018
EU's War On Biotechnology: Science Strikes Back

Channel News Asia, 24 September 2018
Malaria mosquitoes wiped out in lab trials of gene drive technique

The Hill, 24 September 2018
The pitfalls of FDA's GMO food labeling

The Local, Switzerland, 23 September 2018
Swiss reject agriculture schemes in national vote

Science Business, 20 September 2018
Scientists urge new EU rules on gene editing crops

New Scientist, 18 September 2018
Revealed: What the UK public really thinks about the future of science

Washington University in St. Louis, 17 September 2018
Research confronts 'yucky' attitudes about genetically engineered foods

ABC News, 15 September 2018
Former activist and scholars drive re-think on genetically modified crops

Yahoo News, 14 September 2018
Scientists will release genetically-engineered mosquitoes in Africa to fight malaria

Bloomberg, 12 September 2018
The Biohacker Who Experimented on Himself Is Making DIY Mutant Frogs

Seafood Source, 12 September 2018
Canadian buyers "enthusiastic" about GMO salmon

Forbes, 9 September 2018
Are Consumers Ready For Genetically Engineered Animals? Depends How You Ask

Phys.Org, 6 September 2018
Cassava with improved starch

The Scientific American, 5 September 2018
GMOs Are Not Agriculture's Future--Biotech Is

Chemistry World, 4 September 2018
Crispr-edited crop research could be crippled by European court ruling

Agri-pulse, 4 September 2018
Court pushes Europe toward the strict side of gene editing arena

AgriLand, 29 August 2018
Gene-editing raising funding in the US

Science Magazine, 29 August 2018
To save iconic American chestnut, researchers plan introduction of genetically engineered tree into the wild

American Chemical Society, Chemical and Engineering News, 27 August 2018
Building bioethics into the future of life sciences innovation

Business Mirror, 26 August 2018
G.M.O. eggplant crop expands in Bangladesh

The Wire, 25 August 2018
Time for India to Set up a Framework to Use Gene-Editing Tech in Its Farms

The Scientist, 22 August 2018
Japanese Authorities Recommend Not Regulating Gene Editing

The Conversation, 20 August 2018
Genetically modified mosquitoes may be best weapon for curbing disease transmission

BBC News, UK, 16 August 2018
Wheat gene map to help 'feed the world'

Forbes, 14 August 2018
Ag Startup FBN Was Stymied Selling Others' Seeds Online, So It Launched Its Own

The Telegraph, UK, 11 August 2018
Mutant mosquitoes: Can gene editing kill off malaria?

The High Plains Journal, 10 August 2018
J.R. Simplot Company secures agricultural research and commercial license from Corteva Agriscience and Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard

The Producer, 9 August 2018
Plant breeders abandon EU

The Independent, UK, 8 August 2018
Trump administration lifts ban on bee-killing chemicals and GMO crops in wildlife refuges

Cornell Chronicle, 8 August 2018
GMO eggplant crop expands in Bangladesh

Phys.Org, 7 August 2018
Gene editing technique allows silkworms to produce spider silk

Bloomberg, 4 August 2018
Godfather of GMOs Wants Consumers to Be Less Afraid of His Food

Reuters, 4 August 2018
Trump administration lifts GMO crop ban for U.S. wildlife refuges

Science Daily, 3 August 2018
Groundbreaking poplar study shows trees can be genetically engineered not to spread

CBS News, 2 August 2018
Nestle misled consumers about GMOs in its food products. lawsuit alleges

Forbes, 27 July 2018
Europe's Strict Food Rules Could Derail Trump's Trade Deal

Phys.Org, 27 July 2018
Gene edited crops are GMOs-initial thoughts on the recent court ruling

MIT Technology Review, 25 July 2018
In blow to new tech, European court decides CRISPR plants are GMOs

Science Magazine, 25 July 2018
European court ruling raises hurdles for CRISPR crops

Phys.Org, 22 July 2018
Carnegie Mellon professor works on National Academies committee to identify key science breakthroughs for agriculture

Mirror UK, 20 July 2018
EU set to decide on the future of genetically modified crops

MIT Technology Review, 19 July 2018
Don't hold your breath for allergy-free cats

The Guardian, 19 July 2018
Weird new fruits could hit aisles soon thanks to gene-editing

Center for Science in the Public Interest, 12 July 2018
Gene-Edited Plants and Animals: Can They Bridge the Divide in the GMO Debate?

Bloomberg, 11 July 2018
Trump's USDA Is Killing Rules That Organic Food Makers Want

Science Magazine, 10 July 2018
'Gene drive' passes first test in mammals, speeding up inheritance in mice

Business Daily Africa, 10 July 2018
Indian company gets the nod to import GMO cotton seeds

Nature, 6 July 2018
Controversial CRISPR 'gene drives' tested in mammals for the first time

CNN News, 5 July 2018
New Zealand PM has beef with the Impossible Burger

Reuters, 4 July 2018
Nestle, Hershey at odds with farmers over U.S. GMO labeling

New York Times, 3 July 2018
The Terms on a Food Label to Ignore, and the Ones to Watch For

European Biotechnology, 28 June 2018
GMO acreage growing globally

Reuters, 28 June 2018
China GMO crop panel meeting raises approval hopes: sources

Bloomberg, 27 June 2018
The DNA Cops Who Make Sure the World's Deadliest Viruses Aren't Rebuilt

CBC News, Canada, 27 June 2018
South Korea resumes wheat imports after concerns about GMO plants in Alberta, industry group says

ABC News Australia, 23 June 2018
Gene drives: Feral science or feral solution?

Nature, 21 June 2018
Genetically modified bacteria enlisted in fight against disease

BBC News, 20 June 2018
Gene-edited farm animals are on their way

Reuters, 18 June 2018
South Korea halts sale of Canadian wheat, flour after Alberta GMO discovery announced

Science Daily, 16 June 2018
Genetic engineering researcher: Politicians are deaf to people's ethical concerns

CBC News, 15 June 2018
Japan blocks Canadian wheat after unapproved GMO plants found in Alberta

Fast Company, 13 June 2018
This startup wants to save the banana by editing its genes

Reuters, 12 June 2018
India farmers sow unapproved Monsanto cotton seeds, risking arrest

Alliance for Science, Cornell, 7 June 2018
European studies disprove Seralini's GMO maize tumor claims

Telegraph UK, 6 June 2018
Africa must not wait for advances in malaria innovation - we must pioneer them

Wired, 6 June 2018
CRISPR Fans Fight for Egalitarian Access to Gene Editing

Science Magazine, 6 June 2018
Singapore could become the second country to legalize mitochondrial replacement therapy

Telegraph UK, 25 May 2018
British government sparks new green revolution with £100m investment in 'super-crops'

Popular Science, 24 May 2018
What to expect from the new GMO labels we're getting in 2020

US News, Money, 23 May 2018
Exclusive: U.S. Wants China to Approve More Biotech Crops Under Trade Deal - Sources

New Scientist, 23 May 2018
Pink pineapples and healthy fries: The new GM foods made for you

Phys.Org, 18 May 2018
Where GM meets GE

The Straits Times, 17 May 2018
Fears of abuse mount as more biohackers do gene editing

The Straits Times, 15 May 2018
Debate over GMO food labelling in the US, due to be compulsory by 2020

American Chemical Society, 15 May 2018
Seed partners unveil photosynthesis trait

The New York Times, 12 May 2018
G.M.O. Foods Will Soon Require Labels. What Will the Labels Say?

Euractiv, 9 May 2018
New plant breeding techniques concern law interpretation, Commission says

Cornell Alliance for Science, 8 May 2018
USDA labeling proposal diffuses GMO stigma

The Miami Herald, 8 May 2018
This firm would like to release GMO mosquitoes in the Keys. The EPA wants your thoughts.

The Wall Street Journal, 6 May 2018
Scientists in China Race to Edit Crop Genes, Sowing Unease in U.S.

The Washington Post, 4 May 2018
Mandatory GMO labels are coming to your food

Nature, 3 May 2018
A CRISPR definition of genetic modification

Alliance for Science, Cornell, 30 April 2018
Brazilian debate highlights need for smart GMO labeling regime

Ghana Business News, 30 April 2018
GM crops capable of controlling Fall Armyworms - National Biosafety Authority

Nature, 25 April 2018
Singapore bets big on synthetic biology

Independent UK, 24 April 2018
First genetically engineered coral created to help save reefs from climate change

Science Magazine, 23 April 2018
Can a genetic weapon combat one of the world's major crop destroyers?

Channel News Asia, 19 April 2018
Bioethics committee reviewing stand on genetic modification for mitochondrial disorders

Science Magazine, 19 April 2018
U.S. agencies clash over who should regulate genetically engineered livestock

MIT News, 18 April 2018
Startup aims to democratize synthetic biology

The Star Kenya, 17 April 2018
The choice: GMOs or losing half our maize

Telegraph UK, 15 April 2018
Are we on the brink of a malaria breakthrough?

Business Insider, 12 April 2018
A controversial technology could save us from starvation - if we let it

Business Insider, 12 April 2018
Bill Gates says it would be a 'tragedy' to pass up a controversial, revolutionary gene-editing technology

Phys.Org, 9 April 2018
Gene editing regulations threaten sustainability of global food animal supply

The Guardian, 8 April 2018
US gene-editing ruling delights plant scientists

San Francisco Chronicle, 6 April 2018
Make a sustainable choice: Buy GMO food

Science Daily, 5 April 2018
A vaccine for edible plants? A new plant protection method on the horizon

American Council on Science and Health, 3 April 2018
CRISPR-Created Foods Are Different Than GMOs. It's Wrong For Anti-GMO Activists To Pretend They're Not.

Wired, 30 March 2018
Crispr'd Food, Coming Soon to a Supermarket Near You

Telegraph UK, 29 March 2018
GM crops that produce industrial products could be grown in Britain for first time

United States Department of Agriculture, 28 March 2018
Secretary Perdue Issues USDA Statement on Plant Breeding Innovation

Business Insider, Singapore, 27 March 2018
A new Monsanto-backed company is on the verge of producing the first fruit made with a blockbuster gene-editing tool that could revolutionize agriculture

The Weekly Times, Australia, 23 March 2018
Labelling and safety concerns surround GM crops

Science Daily, 21 March 2018
Brewing hoppy beer without the hops

Nature, 21 March 2018
A global observatory for gene editing

Minnesota Daily, 20 March 2018
Researchers turning to GMOs to solve food insecurity

American Council on Science and Health, 17 March 2018
Another Win For Golden Rice: Canadian Government Approves

The Guardian, 17 March 2018
Scientists on brink of overcoming livestock diseases through gene editing

Reuters, 17 March 2018
CORRECTED-UPDATE 1-Monsanto unfazed by legal wrangles, keeps Brazil dicamba-tolerant seed launch

Phys.Org, 15 March 2018M
CRISPR genetic editing takes another big step forward, targeting RNA

Plos Research News, 12 March 2018
Cutting Down Malaria with CRISPR: Mosquito gene editing as a new form of transmission prevention

Science Daily, 8 March 2018
Gene knockout using new CRISPR tool makes mosquitoes highly resistant to malaria parasite

Reuters, 7 March 2018
Argentina approves GMO varieties for corn and soybeans

Phys.Org, 6 March 2018
Scientists engineer crops to conserve water, resist drought

Science Daily, 5 March 2018
Drug-producing bacteria possible with synthetic biology breakthrough

Nature, 28 February 2018
Powerful enzyme could make CRISPR gene-editing more versatile

Phys.Org, 28 February 2018
Newly discovered CRISPR mechanism may prevent dangerous errors

Business Insider, 27 February 2018
Bill Gates calls GMOs 'perfectly healthy' - and scientists say he's right

Gizmodo, 27 February 2018
Iowa Researchers Accuse Russia of Injecting Anti-GMO Propaganda Into U.S. Media

Phys.Org, 26 February 2018
The secret to tripling the number of grains in sorghum and perhaps other staple crops

Forbes, 26 February 2018
The Environmentalist Case In Favor Of GMO Food

Phys.Org, 6 February 2018
Active genetics technology opens new horizons

Phys.Org, 1 February 2018
Genetically modified produce-misunderstood wonders

Channel News Asia, 23 January 2018
US gives safety approval to Chinese genetically modified rice strain

ABC News, 19 January 2018
Genetic modification laws set for shake-up, with health and agriculture research industries to benefit

Nature, 19 January 2018
Europe court suggests relaxed gene-editing rules

International Business Times, 18 January 2018
Genetically edited self-destructing GMO crops could stop untweaked organisms from taking over

Reuters, 17 January 2018
French seed group says GMO protests could force R&D relocation

Reuters, 12 January 2018
Monsanto looking to sell dicamba-resistant GM soy seed in Brazil

The New Times, 12 January 2018
Rwanda takes early steps towards legalising GMOs

Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology News, 11 January 2018
Engineered Gut Bacteria Provide Enzyme That Helps Green Vegetables Fight Cancer

MIT Technology Review, 10 January 2018
Meet the Woman Using CRISPR to Breed All-Male "Terminator Cattle"

Daily Mail, 4 January 2018
Gove says 'Frankencows' made using genetic modification could be allowed after Brexit to help farmers produce 'more valuable' animals

Agriculture, 3 January 2018
Gene Editing Aims to End Pig Castration

Berkeley News, 2 January 2018
CRISPR put to work to save chocolate from devastation

2017

Phys.Org, 20 December 2017
Genetic modification and genome editing rely on active roles for researchers and industry

MIT Technology Review, 19 December 2017
These Are Not Your Father's GMOs

MIT Technology Review, 19 December 2017
Gene Editing Could Rewrite the GMO Debate

American Council on Science and Health, 18 December 2017
Let's Make 'GMO' Politically Incorrect

Phys.Org, 10 November 2017
Researchers generate tomatoes with enhanced antioxidant properties by genetic engineering

Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology News, 9 November 2017
GMO Potatoes Provide Improved Vitamin A and E Profiles

Nature, 7 November 2017
Genetically modified apple reaches US stores, but will consumers bite?

Reuters, 7 November 2017
India drags feet on GM mustard permit amid powerful opposition

Science Magazine, 6 November 2017
Trump's agriculture department reverses course on biotech rules

Forbes, 30 October 2017
Surprise! Shoppers Are Confused About Food And GMOs

The Straits Times, 27 October 2017
China rejects Cameron Highlands fruits with genetic modifications

MIT Technology Review, 25 October 2017
CRISPR 2.0 Is Here, and It's Way More Precise

Science Magazine, 23 October 2017
These gene-edited pigs are hardy and lean-but how will they taste?

Reuters, 19 October 2017
Vilmorin sees GMO maize opening in China in wake of Syngenta

Bloomberg, 13 October 2017
This Genetics Company Is Editing Horns Off Milk Cows

Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News, 12 October 2017
GMO Safety Factor Prevents Fruitful Interbreeding in the Wild

News.Com.Au, 11 October 2017
US scientists engineer corn to boost protein

Fox Business, 10 October 2017
Seed Giants See Fresh Start in Gene-Editing

MIT Technology Review, 7 October 2017
GM Apples That Don't Brown to Reach U.S. Shelves This Fall

Cornell Alliance for Science, 4 October 2017
Uganda Parliament adopts GMO law in a monumental victory for science allies

The Washington Post, 28 September 2017
Genetically modified approaches to fighting malaria succeed in new tests

MIT Technology Review, 26 September 2017
Gulp. These Volunteers Are Swallowing E. Coli Pills to Help Medicine

New Scientist, 26 September 2017
Genetically modified wheat used to make coeliac-friendly bread

Forbes, 21 September 2017
Fake Food Update: The Latest Crisis At Your Supermarket

Science Magazine, 14 September 2017
Plants can grow their own glow-in-the-dark cotton, no genetic engineering required

Phys.Org, 14 September 2017
Plant geneticists develop a new application of CRISPR to break yield barriers in crops

Reuters, 13 September 2017
EU rules Italian ban on GMO crop unlawful

Phys.Org, 5 September 2017
Scientists use CRISPR technology to change flower colour

The Economist, 26 August 2017
Leather grown using biotechnology is about to hit the catwalk

Scientific American, 25 August 2017
Sex Battle in the Sky: Genetically Modified Moths to Take Flight in New York

The Washington Post, 4 August 2017
GMO salmon caught in U.S. regulatory net, but Canadians have eaten 5 tons

Bloomberg, 31 July 2017
India's Top Court Orders Hold on Genetically-Modified Mustard Release Until Related Verdict

CBC.ca, 27 July 2017
Genetically-modified salmon project for P.E.I. requires assessment, says federal minister

Scientific America, 27 July 2017
"True Blue" Chrysanthemum Flowers Produced with Genetic Engineering

Nature, 21 July 2017
US defence agencies grapple with gene drives

Science Mag, 19 July 2017
How will we keep controversial gene drive technology in check?

Reuters, 17 July 2017
DuPont, Monsanto urge transparent GMO crop reviews in China

MIT Technology Review, 7 July 2017
Genetically Engineered Moths Coming to a Cabbage Patch Near You

Phys.Org, 30 June 2017
Four strains of bacteria work together to produce pigment for food and cosmetics industry

CNBC, 28 June 2017
Here's how Dow Chemical is selling GM crops to China

Science Daily, 27 June 2017
Genetic engineering tool generates antioxidant-rich purple rice

CBC News, 27 June 2017
Environmentalists worry about GM salmon hatchery approval

UC Berkeley News, 26 June 2017
New gene-editing technique could drive out mosquito-borne disease

Forbes, 20 June 2017
Food Evolution Movie Challenges Public Fear Of GMOs

China Daily, 19 June 2017
GMO crop approval may open door to biotech seed imports in China

Reuters, 15 June 2017
Dow launches new GMO corn after landing China import approval

The Washington Post, 13 June 2017
Forget GMOs. The next big battle is over genetically 'edited' foods

Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology News, 13 June 2017
Killing Mosquitoes with Scorpion Toxin-Laden Fungi

The Straits Times, 13 June 2017
Engineering nature to prevent disease signals potential of synthetic biology

MIT Technology Review, 9 June 2017
Gene-Editing Companies Hit Back at Paper That Criticized CRISPR

Science Daily, 7 June 2017
Highly safe biocontainment strategy hopes to encourage greater use of GMOs

CBC News, 28 May 2017
MP says labelling all genetically modified foods could create unnecessary fear

Science Mag, 24 May 2017
How the transgenic petunia carnage of 2017 began

Bloomberg, 22 May 2017
China Pushes Public to Accept GMO as Syngenta Takeover Nears

Phys.Org, 19 May 2017
Insects resist genetic methods to control disease spread, study finds

Nature, 18 May 2017
Fixing the tomato: CRISPR edits correct plant-breeding snafu

Science Mag, 18 May 2017
Rice plant engineered with a 'tunable' immune system could fight multiple diseases at once

Scientific American, 16 May 2017
Geneticists Enlist Engineered Virus and CRISPR to Battle Citrus

Science Mag, 15 May 2017
India nears approval of first GM food crop

Fox Business, 7 May 2017
Monsanto Bets on Next Phase of High-Tech Crops, but It's Not Alone

UC San Diego News Centre, 4 May 2017
Scientists Complete First EPA-Approved Outdoor Field Trial for Genetically Engineered Algae

MIT Technology review, 4 May 2017
Reinventing Rice for a World Transformed by Climate Change

The Washington Post, 3 May 2017
The government is going to counter 'misinformation' about GMO foods

CBC News, 1 May 2017
Genetically modified salmon plant in P.E.I. does not need new federal assessment

Reuters, 28 April 2017
Crushing blow to soy processors as Chinese grow wary on GMO

New Scientist, 11 April 2017
Gene editing opens doors to seedless fruit with no need for bees

The New York Times, 5 April 2017
China Moves a Step Forward in Its Quest for Food Security

All Africa, 29 March 2017
Africa: The Challenge Ahead - Harnessing Gene Editing to Sustainable Agriculture

Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology News, 28 March 2017
GMO Plants Could Aid in the Fight against Malaria

Reuters, 27 March 2017
EU nations vote against GM crops, but not enough to block them

Newsweek, 20 March 2017
A Genetically Modified Corn Could Stop a Deadly Fungal Poison-If We Let It

Reuters, 21 March 2017
China approves fewer GMO crop imports, hampering trade: U.S. industry group

Nature, 14 March 2017
CRISPR, microbes and more are joining the war against crop killers

Science Daily, 10 March 2017
This small molecule could have a big future in global food security

Forbes, 6 March 2017
Nestle Stands Strong Despite GMO Labeling Bullies' Latest Tactic

Science daily, 6 March 2017
Mighty American chestnut poised for return to America's forests

Bloomberg, 2 March 2017
Kenya GMO Corn Trials Said to Face Obstacle Over Import Ban

Science Daily, 1 March 2017
Nature can beat back scientific tinkering with genes of entire species

MIT News, 24 February 2017
3Q: Behind the scenes of the National Academy of Sciences' report on human genome editing

Nature, 22 February 2017
Gene editing in legal limbo in Europe

Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology News, 14 February 2017
CRISPR Applications in Plants

MIT Technology Review, 10 February 2017
First Gene Drive in Mammals Could Aid Vast New Zealand Eradication Plan

Science daily, 1 February 2017
Genetically modified insects could disrupt international food trade

Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology News, 1 February 2017
CRISPR Variant Produces Tuberculosis-Resistant Cows

BBC News, 1 February 2017
New 'super yield' GM wheat trial gets go-ahead

Korea Times, 1 February 2017
New rules on GMO about to trigger debate

Newsweek, 31 January 2017
USDA Agrees to Not Regulate Genetically Modified Grass on the Loose in Oregon

Nature, 31 January 2017
Gene drives thwarted by emergence of resistant organisms

Reuters, 30 January 2017
Monsanto sees prolonged delay on GMO corn permits in Mexico

Science Mag, 27 January 2017
Proposed U.S. biotech rules raise industry hopes and anxieties

Bloomberg, 25 January 2017
S. Africa Approves 1.3 Million Tons of U.S. GMO Corn Imports

The Washington Post, 23 January 2017
The apple that never browns wants to change your mind about genetically modified foods

The Washington Post, 23 January 2017
The apple that never browns wants to change your mind about genetically modified foods

MIT Technology Review, 20 January 2017
FDA Mulls Tighter Regulation of Gene-Edited Animals

Scientific American, 18 January 2017
India's First GM Food Crop Held Up by Lawsuit

The New York Times, 9 January 2017
These Foods Aren't Genetically Modified but They Are 'Edited'

2016

Forbes, 28 December 2016
There Are No 'GMO' Tomatoes: Backlash Erupts After Hunt's Marketing Blunder

Scientific American, 22 December 2016
Gene Drive Moratorium Shot Down at UN Meeting

Reuters, 16 December 2016
Chinese firm begins testing GMO corn seeds in U.S. greenhouse

NBC News, 14 December 2016
Genetically Engineered Pink Pineapple Is Safe to Sell, FDA Says

Forbes, 7 December 2016
Why Soil Health Matters & How GMOs Play A Key Role

China Daily, 5 December 2016
New hardy rice strain resists cold

Cold Spring Harbour Laboratories, 5 December 2016
Gene editing yields tomatoes that flower and ripen weeks earlier

New Scientist, 22 November 2016
GM mosquitoes approved for field trial release in Florida

The Guardian, 17 November 2017
Plants modified to boost photosynthesis produce greater yields, study shows

Reuters, 11 November 2016
China seeks to soothe concerns over illegal GM crops

Phys.Org, 7 November 2016
Model predicts elimination of GMO crops would cause hike in greenhouse gas emissions

Nature, 2 November 2016
Plant-genome hackers seek better ways to produce customized crops

Reuters, 2 November 2016
German cabinet approves draft law banning GMO crops

Bloomberg, 26 October 2016
Farmers Have Tech. Weeds Have Evolution.

Bloomberg, 26 October 2016
HIV Genes Have Been Cut Out of Live Animals Using CRISPR

Forbes, 25 October 2016
Don't Like Monsanto? Then You Should Be Pro-GMO, Not Anti. Here's Why.

MIT Technology Review, 20 October 2016
Stop “Gene Spills” Before They Happen

Forbes, 20 October 2016
Coming Soon To A Vineyard Near You: GMO

Forbes, 20 October 2016
Yes, GMOs Are Safe But Questions Remain

The New York Times, 19 October 2016
In Push for G.M.O.s, China Battles Fears of 8-Legged Chickens

The Guardian, 18 October 2016
Losing agricultural regulations could outweigh EU tariff costs, says thinktank

Reuters, 18 October 2016
U.S. farmers criticize Dannon for non-GMO marketing

Science Magazine, 13 October 2016
Brazil will release billions of lab-grown mosquitoes to combat infectious disease. Will it work?

Reuters, 12 October 2016
Brazil poultry farms tepid over clearance of US GMO corn

Reuters, 7 October 2016
Brazil approves imports of GMO corn varieties from the U.S.

The Wall Street Journal, 6 October 2016
Food Executives Say Consumers Want Labels on GMO Products

MIT Technology Review, 5 October 2016
Tanzania’s First Trial of Genetically Modified Crops Has Begun

Forbes, 4 October 2016
Nature, The First Creator Of GMOs

The Wall Street Journal, 3 October 2016
GMOs Are a Necessity–for Farmers and the Environment

Bloomberg, 28 September 2016
China Wants GMOs. The Chinese People Don't.

Forbes, 21 September 2016
Nobel Laureate Sir Richard Roberts To Ask Religious And Government Leaders To Support GMOs

Reuters, 16 September 2016
EU approves Syngenta GM maize strains

Scientific American, 14 September 2016
Harnessing the Power of Gene Drives to Save Wildlife

Science Daily, 12 September 2016
Breakthrough in genetic modification of grains

Reuters, 8 September 2016
Commentary:‘Franken-bugs’ may be our best weapon against Zika

Science Magazine, 7 September
India’s first transgenic food crop edges toward approval

MIT Technology Review, 6 September 2016
Bill Gates Doubles His Bet on Wiping Out Mosquitoes with Gene Editing

Science Daily, 5 September 2016
Was a researcher just served a world first CRISPR meal?

Forbes, 30 August 2016
Water For Sustainable Growth: How Biotechnology Crops Are One Solution

Time, 23 August 2016
U.S. Approval of Syngenta Deal Brings GMO Food a Step Closer to China

Forbes, 19 August 2016
Time To Move Beyond GMO Controversy And Take Advantage Of Scientific Progress

International Business Times, 18 August 2016
Activists in Florida block release of GM mosquitoes which could suppress Zika outbreak

Forbes, 12 August 2016
GMOs: Trust The Science, Not The Food Fad

Reuters, 10 August 2016
China backs GMO soybeans in push for high-tech agriculture

Reuters, 6 August 2016
Quarantined Washington state wheat tests negative for GMO: USDA

Forbes, 1 August 2016
Sorry Food Industry, The Historic GMO Food Labeling Bill Is Anything But

Forbes, 29 July 2016
Organic Leaders Turn On Whole Foods And Each Other Over GMO Labeling Bill

Business Insider, 25 July 2016
We talked to a Harvard geneticist who thinks this unlikely ingredient could end one of the longest-raging food wars once and for all

Reuters, 26 July 2016
South Korea rejects Argentina feed wheat after GMO strain found

The Wall Street Journal, 25 July 2016
GMO Tomatoes May Stay Firm Longer

Reuters, 22 July 2016
EU approves Monsanto, Bayer genetically modified soybeans

The Washington Post, 21 July 2016
People want GMO food labeled – which is pretty much all they know about GMOs

Time, 14 July 2016
Why Activists Are Unhappy With New GMO Labeling Legislation

Reuters, 8 July 2016
U.S. GMO food labeling bill passes Senate

Forbes, 6 July 2016
Inside Scotts Miracle-Gro's Plan For GMO Grass

The Wall Street Journal, 23 June 2016
Argentina Strikes Deal on GMO Seeds

The Times of India, 21 June 2016
Mustard set to become 1st GM food crop to get nod

CBC News, 22 June 2016
AquaBounty expansion application gets green light

Bloomberg, 17 June 2016
Gates Says Altered Mosquito Is Next Weapon to Fight Malaria

Business Insider, 15 June 2016
Rules on GMO crops in Hawaii heads to US appeals court

Science Magazine, 15 June 2016
Genetic engineering transforms tobacco plant into an antimalaria drug factory

Phys.Org, 9 June 2016
Keeping up with the fast-moving science of gene drives

The Wall Street Journal, 9 June 2016
Agriculture Groups Ratchet Up Pressure on EU Over Approval of GMO Seeds

Nature, 8 June 2016
Gene editing can drive science to openness

Forbes, 8 June 2016
Boston Startup Raises $100 Million To Use Synthetic Biology To Design Microbes For Industry

Forbes, 8 June 2016
How GMOs Can Help Us Do More With Less

Science Magazine, 8 June 2016
U.S. Academies gives cautious go-ahead to gene drive

Bloomberg, 8 June 2016
GMO Concerns Stop Brazil Chicken Producers Buying U.S. Corn

Science Daily, 2 June 2016
New CRISPR system for targeting RNA

The Parliament Magazine, EU, 2 June 2016
GMOs: Time to stand up for EU law and innovation

Forbes, 1 June 2016
Why GMOs Don't Cause Cancer

Forbes, 1 June 2016
Vermont's GMO Labeling Law Violates The First Amendment

Phys.Org, 30 May 2016
'Genetically engineered' crops not adverse to environment or human health

MIT Technology Review, 30 May 2016
Monsanto Cultivates a Rose That Doesn’t Wilt

Science Daily, 25 May 2016
Consumer knowledge gap on genetically modified food

All Africa, 25 May 2016
Kenya Urged to Speed Up the Commercialisation of GM Foods

Reuters, 23 May 2016
India puts off GM cotton seed order, easing pressure on Monsanto

CBC News, 19 May 2016
Why a new genetically modified potato won't be grown commercially in Canada this year

The Guardian, 19 May 2016
Canada approves sale of genetically modified salmon

Time, 19 May 2016
HIV Genes Have Been Cut Out of Live Animals Using CRISPR

The Guardian, 19 May 2016
Canada approves sale of genetically modified salmon

The Wall Street Journal, 18 May 2016
Florida Town Wary of Fighting Zika With Biotech Mosquito

The Washington Post, 18 May 2016
Fruits and vegetables used to look so different you might not even recognize them

Time, 17 May 2016
GMO Crops Don't Harm Human Health, Report Says

The New York Times, 17 May 2016
Genetically Engineered Crops Are Safe, Analysis Finds

Science Daily, 10 May 2016
Scientists brew jet fuel in one-pot recipe

The Scientist, 10 May 2016
Genetically Engineered Hornless Dairy Calves

Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News, 10 May 2016
CRISPR Aids New Zika Paper-Based Diagnostic Test

Business Insider, 27 April 2016
It's almost impossible to avoid GMOs in these 7 everyday items

Business Insider, 18 April 2016
The next generation of GMO food is here, and it's technically not a GMO

Nature, 14 April 2016
Gene-edited CRISPR mushroom escapes US regulation

The New York Times, 13 April 2016
Acreage for Genetically Modified Crops Declined in 2015

NAture, 12 April 2016
Gene-editing surges as US rethinks regulations
The Straits Times, 1 April 2016
Facts, not fears, the key to dealing with GM foods

The Wall Street Journal, 31 March 2016
Lawsuit Challenges FDA' Right to Approve Genetically Modified Animals

The Huffington Post, 30 March 2016
The Tiny State Of Vermont Is Forcing GMO Labeling Nationwide

Reuters, 29 March 2016
GMO labels spread as U.S. congressional effort to halt them fades

The Wall Street Journal, 21 March 2016
Mars to Add GMO Labels to Products

The Wall Street Journal, 18 March 2016
General Mills to Label GMOs in Products Nationwide

Forbes, 14 March 2016
FDA Grants Tentative Approval For GMO Mosquito Trial In Florida Keys

Reuters, 7 March 2016
Philippines signs new GMO rules, food industry relieved

Phys.Org, 1 March 2016
Eliminating GMOs would take toll on environment, economies

Science Magazine, 19 February 2016
Plant scientists: GM technology is safe

Phys.Org, 18 February 2016
Engineered gene drives and the future

American Association for the Advancement of Science, 16 February 2016
Editing the Mushroom

Reuters, 5 February 2016
India says no rush on GM food but will not stand in way of science

Reuters, 4 February 2016
China approves Monsanto GMO soybean variety for import

The Straits Times, 22 January 2016
Singapore studying new way to keep dengue at bay

Science Daily, 20 January 2016
Fatty acids from genetically modified oilseed crops could replace fish oil

Phys.Org, 19 January 2016
New genetically engineered American chestnut will help restore the decimated, iconic tree

2015

Phys.Org, 05 January 2015
'CRISPR' science: Newer genome editing tool shows promise in engineering human stem cells

Reuters Africa, 5 January 2015
China renews safety certificates for local GMO rice

South China Morning Post, 6 January 2015
Chinese government backs further studies of genetically modified crops

BBC News, 13 January 2015
EU changes rules on GM cultivation

BBC News, 14 January 2015
GM crops: What does the new rules mean?

Euractiv, 16 January 2015
GM crops to be fast-tracked in UK following EU vote

BBC News, 21 January 2015
'Safer GMOs' made by US scientists

CBS News, 25 January 2015
FDA debates releasing genetically modified mosquitoes into Florida Keys

Sydney Morning Herald, 03 February 2015
Genetically modified coral could help save reefs, report argues

BBC News, 4 February 2015
China media: Green light to GM crops

Business Korea, 5 February 2015
Tech Developed to Prevent Desertification with Genetically- modified Sweet Potatoes

New York Times, 13 February 2015
Gene-Altered Apples Get U.S. Approval

ABC (US) News, 14 February 2015
What To Know About the Apple That Doesn't Turn Brown

BBC News, 25 February 2015
Is the world ready for GM animals?

Reuters, 26 February 2015
UK lawmakers demand new EU rules on genetically modified crops

APHIS USDA, 27 February 2015
APHIS Announces Withdrawal of 2008 Proposed Rule for Biotechnology Regulations

Reuters India, 27 February 2015
Monsanto says GM corn trial in final stage in India

New Scientist, 04 March 2015
Would you wear yeast perfume? Microbes used to brew scent

BBC News, 9 March 2015
Will we ever eat genetically modified meat?

Phys.Org, 11 March 2015
Economist finds consumers willing to spend more for biotech potato products

Medical Daily, 17 March 2015
No-Hangover Red Wine: Genetic Engineering Increases Resveratrol, Decreases Toxic Byproducts

The Wall Street Journal, 20 March 2015
FDA Approves Some Genetically Modified Apples and Potatoes

Phys.Org, 1 April 2015
Next-generation GMOs: Pink pineapples and purple tomatoes

MIT Technology Review, 08 April 2015
Microbes Engineered to Prevent Obesity

Science Daily, 21 April 2015
Horizontal gene transfer: Sweet potato naturally 'genetically modified'

The Wall Street Journal, 21 April 2015
EU to Propose New Rules to Let Member States Ban Biotech Crops

Reuters, 24 April 2015
EU approves first new genetically modified crops since 2013

Reuters, 27 April 2015
China to strengthen oversight of GM crops under development

Scientific American, 6 May 2015
Wheat Genes Could Bring Back Chestnut

Food Navigator, 12 May 2015
Fish Goodness from beef? Chinese scientists breed omega-3 rich cattle

Nature, 12 May 2015
India eases stance on GM crop trials

AP News, 14 May 2015
USDA creates new government certification for GMO-free

National Academies of Science, Engineering and Medicine, 18 May 2015
National Academy of Sciences and National Academy of Medicine Announce Initiative on Human Gene Editing

MIT Technology Review, 5 June 2015
The Quest to Engineer the Perfect Potato

The Guardian, 23 June 2015
Could these piglets become Britain's first commercially viable GM animals?

Nature, 30 June 2015
Super-muscly pigs created by small genetic tweak

New Scientist, 6 July 2015
Modified mosquitoes begin blitz on dengue in Brazilian city

Reuters, 16 July 2015
Genetically modified diamondback moth offers pest control hope

Reuters, 23 July 2015
House passes anti-GMO labeling law

Scientific American, 17 August 2015
Genetically Modified Algae Could Replace Oil for Plastic

The Guardian, 18 August 2015
Science bodies urge Scottish government to rethink GM crops ban

Reuters, 24 August 2015
Germany starts move to ban GMO crops: ministry letter

European Parliament News, 3 September 2015
Agriculture committee opposes national bans on Imports of GM food and feed

Science Magazine, 10 September 2015
Genetic engineering turns a common plant into a cancer fighter

Nature, 29 September 2015
Gene-edited 'micropigs' to be sold as pets at Chinese institute

Business Insider, 13 October 2015
In five years, we could be eating a new kind of GMO

Reuters, 24 October 2015
Monsanto clears USDA regulatory hurdle for new GMO corn

European Parliament News, 28 October 2015
Parliament rejects national GMO bans proposal

Asian Scientist Magazine, 3 November 2015
Gene Editing Plants without DNA

The Strait Times, 21 November 2015
FDA nod for GM salmon created by Singapore don

The New York Times, 23 November 2015
Engineering Mosquitoes’ Genes to Resist Malaria

Reuters, 3 December 2015
Syngenta wins USDA regulatory approval for GMO corn trait

Scientific American, 9 December 2015
U.S. Government Approves Transgenic Chicken

Forbes, 21 December 2015
Think GMOs Aren't Regulated? Think Again

2014

BBC News, 09 January 2014
Fish oil extracted from plant seeds

BBC News, 24 January 2014
Genetically-modified purple tomatoes heading for shops

The Guardian UK, 30 January 2014
Genetically modified monkeys created with cut-and-paste DNA

BBC News, 11 February 2014
EU set to grow more GM maize despite strong opposition

Phys. Org, 11 March 2014
Success of new bug-fighting approach may vary from field to field

Garvan Institute, 14 March 2014
A versatile mouse that can teach us about many diseases and drugs

Nature News, 27 March 2014
First synthetic yeast chromosome revealed

Nature News, 03 April 2014
Transgenic trees make easy-chew wood for biofuels

Weill Cornell Medical College, 07 April 2014
Heart diseases in mice with fatal genetic disorder cured with gene therapy

Phys. Org, 14 April 2014
Ferns borrow genes to flourish in low light

Phys. Org, 29 April 2014
Better genetic markers developed for wheat streak mosiac virus resistance

Forbes, 30 April 2014
Infographic on 4 ways to breed crops by scrambling genes - You'll be surprised which ones are regulated

Phys. Org, 12 May 2014
RNA carried by new nanoparticles can silence genes in many organs, could be deployed to treat cancer

Red Orbit, 20 May 2014
Genetic basis of pest resistance to biotech cotton discovered by scientists

Reuters, 10 Jun 2014
Genetically modified mosquitoes offer hope in malaria fight

The Straits Times, 14 June 2014 Forum Reply
GM food in Singapore safe

ABC News Australia, 15 June 2014
Genetically modified Queensland bananas to join fight against catastrophic results of vitamin A deficiency in Africa

National Public Radio, 08 July 2014
Globe-trotting GMO bananas arrive for their first test in Iowa

Nature News, 16 July 2014
Gene therapy creates biological pacemaker

MIT Technology Review, 21 July 2014
Chinese researchers stop wheat disease with gene editing

BBC News, 13 August 2014
Genetically modified flies 'could save crops'

The Telegraph, 13 August 2014
Genetically 'edited' fruit could soon hit supermarket shelves

ARS Technica, 19 August 2014
"Biochip" loaded wtih DNA lets researchers study gene activity

The Hindu Business Line, 10 September 2014
An RIB solution to make pests non-resistant to Bt gene

National Geographic, 14 September 2014
Can genetic engineering save the Florida Orange?

Popular Mechanics, 17 September 2014
Turbo tobacco borrows bacteria genes for faster photosynthesis

AsiaOne, 07 October 2014
Agriculture might just save the earth

The Independent, 20 October 2014
Human intestine grown in mouse for first time as scientists say there is hope to create 'spare parts' for people

Australian Life Scientist, 28 October 2014
GM crops: new directions

Business Insider Australia, 29 October 2014
Gene modifying salt-loving plants may be the key to sustainable food production

Kansas Wheat, 22 December 2014
K-state researchers develop heat-tolerant wheat gene

Harvard Gazette, 24 December 2014
Bacteria 'factories' churn out valuable chemicals

Popular Science, 25 December 2014
Genetically Modified Chestnuts Roasting On An Open Fire





2013

University of Sydney, 10 January 2013
Not only humans wilt in heat - developing heat tolerant cropsk

EFSA Press, 14 January 2013
EFSA promotes public access to data in transparency initiative

The Scientist 21 January 2013
Will GM Insects Help Stop Disease?

St George’s, University of London, 01 February 2013
Genetically modified tobacco plants produce antibodies to treat rabies

New Mexico State University, 04 February 2013
NMSU researchers fight mosquito-borne diseases with manipulation of mosquito gut bacteria

Aarhus University, 04 February 2013
Gene switch-off produces healthier carbohydrates

Scientific American, 07 February 2013
Unhealthy Glow: Fluorescent Tadpoles Expose Chemical Contamination

Straits Times, 10 Feb 2013
GM fish could hit dinner plates soon

University of Wisconsin-Madison, 14 February 2013
Value of modified corn is more in reducing losses than boosting yields

ISAAA, 20 February 2013
Global Biotech/GM Crop Plantings Increase 100-fold from 1996

Straits Times, 24 Feb 2013
Let GM Salmon swim through red tape

Rice University US, 28 February 2012
Modified bacteria turn waste into fat for fuel

EurekAlert, 06 March 2013
Scientists improve transgenic 'Enviropigs'

Reuters, 07 March 2013
China delays GMO corn, rice to woo the public

Phys.Org, 13 March 2013
Making fuel from bacteria: Genetically-modified cyanobacteria could be more efficient than ethanol

UCLA NewsRoom, 19 March 2013
UCLA researchers create tomatoes that mimic actions of good cholesterol

Phys.Org, 19 March 2013
Anti-allergy GM apples

UGA Today, 26 March 2013
UGA discovery may allow scientists to make fuel from CO2 in the atmosphere

American Chemical Society, 27 March 2013
The first caffeine-‘addicted’ bacteria

University of Arizona News, 28 March 2013
Multi-Toxin Biotech Crops Not Silver Bullets, UA Scientists Warn

Vietnam Plus, 31 March 2013
Saline-resistant rice varieties improve profits

Cornell Chronicles, 02 April 2013
Disease-resistant tomatoes fight lethal pests

The Independent, 15 April 2013
'Pig 26': Can this little piggy win over the enemies of GM?

BBC News, 22 April 2013
E. coli bacteria 'can produce diesel biofuel'

European Food Safety Authority, 24 April 2013
Scientific opinion on a request from the European Commission related to the prolongation of prohibition of the placing on the market of genetically modified oilseed rape event GT73 for import, processing and feed uses in Austria

Murdoch University, 30 Apr 2013
Gene silencing set to boost agricultural yields

Nature News, 01 May 2013
GM crops: A story in numbers

Nature News, 01 May 2013
Transgenics: A new breed

Nature News, 01 May 2013
Case studies: A hard look at GM crops

The New York Times, 07 May 2013
A dream of trees aglow at night

Howard Hughes Medical Institute, 29 May 2013
Genetic engineering alters mosquitoes' sense of smell

National Geographic News, 17 June 2013
Electrofuels: Charged microbes may "poop out" a gasoline alternative

Ecouterre, 25 June 2013
Transgenic silkworms spin fluorescent fibres for glow-in-the-dark wedding dress

The New York Times, 13 Jul 2013
Like-minded rivals race to bring back the chestnut tree

The New York Times, 27 Jul 2013
A race to save the orange by altering its DNA

Science Daily, 11 Sep 2013
Mosquito bites deliver potential new malaria vaccine

The Wall Street Journal, 30 Sep 2013
South Korean scientists use E. coli to make gasoline

BBC News, 11 Oct 2013
Genetically modified yeast turns crop wastes into liquid fuel

The Washington Post, 25 Oct 2013
Companies rush to build 'bio-factories' for medicines, flavorings and fuels

International Rice Research Institute, 01 Nov 2013
From rice genetics to better rice, top research showcased

Nature News, 06 Nov 2013
Precision gene editing paves way for transgenic monkeys

Science Daily, 13 Nov 2013
Better batteries through biology? Modified viruses boost battery performance

The New York Times, 15 Nov 2013
In a bean, a boon to biotech

BBC News, 20 Nov 2013
Decision awaited on genetically modified insect trial

Daily Fusion, 22 Nov 2013
Oceanographers genetically engineer fatter marine algae for biofuel production

Nature News, 28 November 2013
Study linking GM maize to rat tumours is retracted

Fresh Plaza, 29 November 2013
Chile: New varieties of transgenic table grapes developed


2012

UW News, 06 January 2012
UW Researchers Engineer Silkworms to Produce Stronger Silk

Science Insider, 20 January 2012
In Dramatic Move, Flu Researchers Announce Moratorium on Some H5N1 Flu Research, Call for Global Summit

Science Daily, 27 January 2012
Engineered Bacteria Effectively Target Tumors, Enabling Tumor Imaging Potential in Mice

ABC News, 30 January 2012
GM barley increases salinity resistance

Farm Weekly Australia, 23 February 2012
Frost nurseries identify tolerant grain varieties

Reuters, 09 March 2012
Scientists warn EPA on Monsanto corn rootworm

CSIRO Australia, 13 March 2012
Good news for wheat farmers battling salinity

The Telegraph UK, 13 March 2012
Genetically modified blood oranges developed by scientists

BBC UK, 29 March 2012
Exploiting the smell of genetically modified fear

Reuters, 02 April 2012
Death knell may sound for Canada's GMO pigs

People’s Daily China, 06 April 2012
Fudan scientists breed long-fiber cotton

National Geographic News, 23 April 2012
Fish Glow Green After Genetic Engineering

CSIRO News, 26 April 2012
Australia's bioeconomy blossoms with supercharged safflower

Science Daily, 27 April 2012
Bioluminescent Technology for Easy Tracking of GMO

Science Mag, 02 May 2012
One of Two Hotly Debated H5N1 Papers Finally Published

The Scientist, 04 May 2012
First Drug from GM Plant Approved

Straits Times, 15 May 2012
Better quality oil from fuel crop plant

Fresh Plaza, 15 May 2012
Chilean scientists develop salt tolerant citrus

Johns Hopkins Malaria Research Institute, 16 July 2012
Genetically Engineered Bacteria Prevent Mosquitoes from Transmitting Malaria

Science Daily, 23 July 2012
Aging Heart Cells Rejuvenated by Modified Stem Cells

Science and Development Network, 03 September 2012
First GM camels to be engineered for drug production

Scientific American, 27 July 2012
Drought-Tolerant Corn Efforts Show Positive Early Results

Nature Blog, 10 August 2012
Golden sweet potato shows success

Cordis EU, 10 August 2012
Toxin-free oilseed rape: researchers develop safer animal feed

All About Feed, 15 August 2012
Vietnam likely to plant GM crops in 2015

The Telegraph UK, 31 August 2012
Pollen-free geraniums created by scientists

Reuters, 18 September 2012
Scientists grow drug for rare disease in corn

New Scientist, 19 September 2012
Study linking GM crops and cancer questioned

Science Insider, 21 September 2012
France and European Commission Order Review of Controversial GM Study in Rats 

Nature, 25 September 2012
Rat study sparks GM furore

ETH Zurich, 26 September 2012
New African cassava resists devastating viruses

Duke Today, 01 October 2012
Duke Blue Light Controls Gene Expression

BBC UK, 02 October 2012
GM cows make 'low allergy' milk

Nature News, 02 October 2012
Animals engineered with pinpoint accuracy

EFSA, 04 October 2012
EFSA publishes initial review on GM maize and herbicide study

AAAS, 25 October 2012
AAAS Board of Directors: Legally Mandating GM Food Labels Could “Mislead and Falsely Alarm Consumers”

Los Angeles Times, 01 November 2012
Biotech bacteria might help soothe Crohn's and colitis

American Heart Association, 05 November 2012
Genetically engineered tomatoes decrease plaque build-up in mice

MTB Europe, 26 November 2012
Genetically engineered bacteria can commit suicide for good of population

FSANZ, December 2012
Response to Séralini paper on the long term toxicity of Roundup herbicide and a Roundup-tolerant genetically modified maize

Oregon State University, 13 December 2012
OSU aims to spice up rice with thiamine

2011

2011 Articles Dawn, 08 January 2011
Hong Kong researchers store data in bacteria

Nature News, 11 January 2011
Drought-tolerant maize gets US debut

Reuters, 14 January 2011
Scientists make chickens that don't spread bird flu

MIT Technology Review, 24 January 2011
Scientists Use Light to Make Worms 'Dance'

Independent, UK, 27 January 2011
Malaysia releases GM mosquitoes in landmark trial

Lianhe Zaobao, 08 April 2011
科学家分享如何宣传转基因食品

Science Daily, 14 April 2011
Filtering out Pesticides With Genetically Modified Bacteria

Straits Times, 18 April 2011
‘Human' milk from cows?

Reuters, 20 April 2011
Scientists manipulate mosquitoes in malaria fight

University of Wisconsin-Madison News, 09 June 2011
UW-Madison scientists create low-acrylamide potato lines


Food Navigator, 09 June 2011
Codex debate over biotechnology definition goes full circle

PopSci, 13 June 2011
Using Human Cells and Jellyfish Protein, Researchers Build the First Living Laser

The Straits Times 25 June 10
GM food labelling is about choice, not food safety

The Guardian UK, 19 Jul 2011
Anti-HIV drug made by GM plants begins trials in humans


Nature News, 20 July 2011
Transgenic grass skirts regulators


Reuters, 27 July 2011
South Korean scientists create glowing dog: report


NUS News Portal , 12 August 2011
Singapore Researchers Get Significant Boost in Rice Research for Regional Food Security


Nature News , 16 August 2011
Set a bug to kill a bug


Straits Times, 20 Aug 2011
GM Food: Boon or Bane

New Mexico State University, 06 September 2011
NMSU glandless cotton research appears promising


Phys.Org News , 19 September 2011
The benefits of biotech: How GM crops benefit farmers and the developing world


The Research Council of Norway , 07 October 2011
Food crops must withstand harsher weather


A*STAR Research, 12 October 2011
Genetic engineering: Speeding up evolution

Farm Weekly, 22 October 2011
Work progressing on frost-tolerant wheat

ABC News Australia, 27 October 2011
Australian scientist develops GM grape vines

BBC News, 30 October 2011
GM mosquitoes show fever promise

Science Insider, 23 November 2011
Scientists Brace for Media Storm Around Controversial Flu Studies

Science Daily, 30 November 2011
Engineered Botulism Toxins Could Have Broader Role in Medicine


Rutgers Today, 15 December 2011
In Preventing Vitamin A Deficiency, a Little Friendly Bacteria Might Go a Long Way

UC San Diego News Center, 18 December 2011
Researchers Create Living ‘Neon Signs’ Composed of Millions of Glowing Bacteria

2010

Brisbane Times, 01 Mar 2010
Aussies researching super-grass pastures

National Academies of Science, 13 Apr 2010
Genetically engineered crops benefit many farmers, but the technology needs proper management to remain effective

The Independent, 13 April 2010
GM viruses offer hope of future where energy is unlimited

The International Business Times Australia, 04 May, 2010
Australian scientists grow salt-tolerant durum wheat

The Economist, 20 May 2010
Genesis Redux - A new form of life has been created in a laboratory, and the era of synthetic biology is dawning

Phys.Org, 07 June 2010
Paper industry tests genetically altered trees

The Straits Times, 25 June 2010 Forum reply
GM food labelling is about choice, not food safety

Boston Globe, 27 June 2010
Special salmon closer to approval

Scientific American, 15 July 2010
Bite me: New malaria-proof mosquito developed

ABC news, 11 August 2010
Potato genes used to fend off cotton pests

Reuters, 23 August 2010
Scientists create smell detector using frog eggs

Australian Centre for Plant Functional Genomics, 10 September 2010
Media Release - Salt-tolerant rice offers hope for global food supply

Los Angeles Times, 21 September 2010
FDA advisors urge more study of genetically altered salmon

Science Daily, 02 October 2010
Could Genetically Altered Trees, Plants Help Counter Global Warming?

The Straits Times, 03 Oct 2010
The GM salmon inventor

ISAAA, 08 October 2010
Scientists Silence Genes to Produce Hypoallergenic Carrots

ISAAA, 08 October 2010
Transgenic Yellow Cassava to Address Vitamin A Deficiency

Convention of Biological Diversity, 16 October 2010
The Nagoya Kuala Lumpur Supplementary Protocol on Liability and Redress to the Cartagena Protocol on Biosafety

Science Daily, 18 October 2010
Mice That 'Smell' Light Could Help Scientist Better Understand Olfaction

EurekAlert, 03 November 2010
MIT chemists engineer plants to produce new drugs

Brookhaven National Laboratory, 08 November 2010
Engineered Plants Make Potential Precursor to Raw Material for Plastics

NBC news, 15 November 2010
Designer bacteria can heal cracks in concrete buildings


The Seattle Times, 29 November 2010
USDA asked to approve GMO apple that won't brown

Live Science, 29 November 2010
Transplanted Genes Let Plants Light Up

Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, 02 December 2010
The Future of Metabolic Engineering – Designer Molecules, Cells and Microorganisms


Financial Times, 08 December 2010
Biotechnology: Rice at the forefront of research

The Independent, UK, 21 Dec 2010
Japan bio-scientists produce 'singing mouse'

2008

Reuters, 24 Nov 2008
Can GM save the world?

Reuters, 9 Nov 2008
Souped-up immune cells catch even disguised HIV

Reuters, 27 Oct 2008
Scientists develop cancer fighting tomato

Scientific American, 16 Sep 2008
Turning bacteria into plastic factories

Reuters, 10 Jul 2008
China approves big budget for GMO amid food worries

The Business Times, 30 Jun 2008
GM crops may be answer to food crisis

Reuters, 3 Jun 2008
Food crisis may open door to genetically modified rice

Reuters, 20 May 2008
Extinct Australian tiger gene functions in mouse

The Straits Times (Online Forum), 20 May 2008
GM food should remain in the grocery store

The Straits Times (Forum), 15 May 2008
GM crop food yield less than its conventional equivalent

The Straits Times, 12 May 2008
GM crops a viable option for food crisis?

Reuters, 4 May 2008
China experts identify gene for yield, height in rice

The Straits Times, 29 April 2008
Scientists restore eyesight of four

The Straits Times (Forum), 28 April 2008
GM labelling in line with international practice

The Straits Times (Forum), 9 April 2008
Don't be too quick to endorse GM foods

The Straits Times, 6 April 2008
When everything under the sun costs more...

The Straits Times (Forum), 25 March 2008
All food here, including GM food, safe to eat: AVA

The Business Times, 8 March 2008
Guardian of Singapore's food supply

The Straits Times, 25 February 2008
Genetics website launched

Guardian Unlimited, 22 January 2008
Tests on rats show genetically modified viruses can kill pain

BBC News, 15 January 2008
Scientists unveil 'supercarrot'

2007

The Straits Times, 24 December 2007
New weapon against malaria?

Reuters, 5 December 2007
Cell transplants may help heart attack victims

Guardian Unlimited, 20 November 2007
Genetically altered virus helps Parkinson's sufferers

Reuters, 16 October 2007
Genetically modified plants vacuum up toxins

Reuters, 9 October 2007
"Knockout mice" designers win Nobel Prize

The Business Times, 9 August 2007
Biologics – the next wave

The Straits Times, 17 March 2007
Geneticist's glowing fish work featured in best-selling thriller book

BBC News, 6 March 2007
US mulls backing ‘medicine rice’

The Straits Times, 25 January 2007
Few know of GM foods: survey

GMAC Public Statement, 25 January 2007
Survey indicates Singaporeans’ knowledge and attitudes towards genetic modification have improved slightly since 2001.

The Straits Times, 20 January 2007
Biotech crops hit record high

The Straits Times, 16 January 2007
GM chickens new weapon in fight against cancer

GMAC Press Invite, 15 January 2007
Public forum "Commercialization of biotech crops 1996-2006: future prospects"

2006

The Straits Times, 21 June 2006
GM food facts

The Straits Times, 21 June 2006
Test-tube food still a hot potato

The Straits Times, 5 June 2006
GM labelling regime must be practical

The Straits Times, 25 May 2006
GM foods should be labelled clearly

Business Times, 19 May 2006
New guidelines for research involving genetic modification

The Straits Times, 19 May 2006
New safety guidelines for scientists

Berita Harian, 19 May 2006
Panduan bagu kajian ubahsuai genetik

GMAC Press Release, 18 May 2006
GMAC releases the Singapore Biosafety Guidelines for Research on GMOs

2005

The Straits Times, 24 Jun 2005
Singapore breakthough in blight-resistant rice

The Straits Times, 12 Apr 2005
Biosafety: Life term, $1m fine proposed

The Straits Times, 12 Apr 2005
Biosafety laws to instil research confidence

Business Times, 12 Apr 2005
Stiff penalties for those who flout biomedical safety

The Straits Times, 29 Mar 2005
Scientists produce vitamin A-rich rice

GMAC Press Release, 25 Jan 2005
Public forum on genetically modified foods "We are what we eat" - truths & fallacies of bioengineered foods

2004

GMAC Press Release, 22 Nov 2004
GMAC announces the distribution of educational brochures on GM foods

The Straits Times, 4 Sep 2004
Pansy gene adds colour to blue roses

The Straits Times, 2 Sep 2004
Debate over GMO crops spreads to Asia

The Straits Times, 9 Jul 2004
Glowing 'cop' that detects poisons in a jiffy

The Straits Times Forum Page, 9 Jun 2004
Health and environment the main concern

The Straits Times Forum Page, 9 Jun 2004
GM food here tested for safety

The Straits Times Forum Page, 4 Jun 2004
Don't duck tough questions about GM food

The Straits Times Forum Page, 1 Jun 2004
Labelling GM food not easy

The Straits Times Commentary, 29 May 2004
Frankenfoods - we need to know

The Straits Times Forum Page, 28 May 2004
More to debate than labelling

The Straits Times, 21 May 2004
EU lifts ban on genetically modified food

The Straits Times, 20 May 2004
New AVA lab testing GM food here

The Straits Times, 20 May 2004
Modified papayas protected from virus

GMAC Press Release, 21 April 2004
GMAC introduces newly-appointed members and launches revamped website to kick off its public awareness programme for 2004

The Straits Times, 25 February 2004
GloFish sparks off classroom study in US

The Straits Times, 25 February 2004
S'pore should be angling for more bucks in fish trade

The Straits Times, 20 January 2004
Red light or green light?

2003

The Straits Times, 10 December 2003
NUS glofish to be sold in US ...but not here

The Straits Times, 25 July 2003
400 imported GM fish that glow in dark seized

The Straits Times, 21 July 2003
Little green fish

The Straits Times, 25 June 2003
Of GM food and greed

The Straits Times, 21 June 2003
EU has balanced approach on bio-engineered food

The Straits Times, 9 June 2003
Don't slam the door on bio-engineered food

The Straits Times, 28 May 2003
GM food: consumers have the right to know

2002

GMAC, 30 May 2002
Survey reveals Singaporeans’ knowledge and attitudes towards genetic modification

2001

The Straits Times Forum Page, 3 February 2001
Bio-safety guidelines to be released soon

The Straits Times Forum Page, 27 January 2001
GM food debate: room for scepticism

The Straits Times, 23 January 2001
Vigilance needed on GM foods, but not overkill

The Straits Times Forum Page, 22 January 2001
Why sterilise 'harmless' GM fish?

The Straits Times Forum Page, 19 January 2001
In our desire to have it all, we should not lose all

The Straits Times Forum Page, 19 January 2001
GM fish sterilised to protect ecology

2000

The Straits Times, 25 November 2000
Modified food "not more harmful"

The Straits Times, 23 November 2000
Few people here aware of GM products

The Straits Times Forum Page, 31 May 2000
Genetically modified food sold here is safe

The Straits Times Forum Page, 27 May 2000
Modified food: how safe is 'safe'?

The Straits Times Forum Page, 25 May 2000
Singapore will follow global guidelines on GM labelling

The Straits Times Forum Page, 22 May 2000
Labelling modified food a help to consumers

The Straits Times Forum Page, 19 May 2000
Labelling of genetically modified foods being discussed

The Straits Times Forum Page, 17 May 2000
Modified food should be labelled

GMAC, 13 January 2000
GMAC's position on genetically modified food labelling in Singapore

1999

GMAC, 20 August 1999
Singapore guidelines on the release of agriculture-related genetically modified organisms (GMOs)

GMAC, 11 May 1999
Committee set up to establish biosafety guidelines in Singapore for genetically modified organisms