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March 9th, 2018 / Fod and Nutrition

There is enormous excitement about the potential applications of genome editing, or GenEd. Billed as a set of techniques that promise more precision, flexibility and efficiency, these new breeding technologies are fast-replacing the biotechnology used to create the first genetically engineered crops. Scientific and agricultural communities are eager to foster a better understanding and greater acceptance of this technology in hopes of moving past the “Frankenfood” stigma shadowing genetic engineering technology. Read more