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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

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 ß-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

Science Daily, 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

Science Daily, 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?

Science Daily, 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

Science Daily, 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

Science Daily, 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

Science Daily, 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
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