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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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