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May 14, 2021


Japan's Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry, and Fisheries updates genome editing handling procedures for feed and feed additives derived from crossbred progeny


May 12, 2021


The regulatory landscape for genome-edited plants is rapidly changing, experts say


April 9, 2021


Gene editing of pigs worries Japanese consumers more than gene editing of tomatoes


April 7, 2021


Japanese consumers more concerned about gene-editing of livestock than of vegetables, survey shows


March 29, 2021


Australia - Building capacity for small exporters to exploit new breeding technologies


March 25, 2021


Researchers improve plant prime editing efficiency with optimized pegRNA designs


March 16, 2021


Sanatech Seed launches world’s first GE tomato - The company’s gene-edited enhanced GABA tomato was developed using CRISPR/Cas9 technology (EuroFruit)


March 8, 2021


Origin Agritech utilizes gene editing technology to create new corn traits


February 26, 2021


Hotter, drier, CRISPR: editing for climate change


February 11, 2021


The Philippines - Department of Science and Technology to develop guidelines on plant breeding innovations (Manila Bulletin)


January 12, 2021


Iinternational Seed Federation statement on the notification of genome edited high-GABA tomato in Japan


Japan: breeders launch genome edited tomato (Tomato News)


January 4, 2021


Japan - Ministry of Health, Labour, and Welfare updates genome editing handling procedures for crossbred progeny


December 18, 2020


Japan determines that genome edited tomato will not be regulated as GE


December 11, 2020


ゲノム編集技術により開発したGABA含有量を高めたトマトの届出提出について


'Off switch' during error-prone cell cycle phase may fix CRISPR's unwanted changes problem


December 9, 2020


Japan set to approve 1st genome-edited food for market (The Japan News)


November 24, 2020


SEARCA: Integrate agricultural biotech in variety development up to marketing


November 9, 2020


A harmonized regulatory landscape for new breeding technologies is the need of the hour


October 14, 2020


Desarrollan petunia color rosa púrpura a través de CRISPR-Cas9


September 17, 2020


Research shows potential of gene editing in barley - An international team of plant scientists have shown the potential to rapidly improve the quality of barley grain through a genetic tool known as CRISPR


September 2, 2020


South Korea's first genome edited petunia approved in the U.S.


The evolving landscape around genome editing in agriculture - Many countries have exempted or move to exempt forms of genome editing from GMO regulation of crop plants


August 19, 2020


Embrapa e Academia Chinesa de Ciências elaboram agenda conjunta para colaboração em edição genômica de soja


 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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