Genome Editing and the Future of FarmingFebruary 15, 2017
The report of the meeting on Genome Editing and the Future of Farming held in September 2016 at The Roslin Institute is published in Transgenic Research. According to the report, genome editing is a game-changing technology and that society, systems (regulatory and funding) and science (the 3Ss) have to work together to ensure that it can be developed and applied to achieve the sustainable productivity gains that global agriculture requires.
Read the open-access report in Transgenic Research.
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