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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, 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, 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, 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