Genetics technology could lead to more crops, fresher food

A multinational agricultural company based in Idaho has acquired gene editing licensing rights that could one day be used to help farmers produce more crops and make grocery store offerings such as strawberries, potatoes and avocados stay fresher longer.

Genetics technology could lead to more crops, fresher food

A multinational agricultural company based in Idaho has acquired gene editing licensing rights that could one day be used to help farmers produce more crops and make grocery store offerings ...

Mon 6 Aug 18 from Phys.org

The rise of 'Frankenfood': Gene-editing startups race to develop crops with most desirable traits

Gene-editing technology involves targeting specific genes in a single organism and disrupting those linked to undesirable traits or altering them to make a positive change.

Fri 10 Aug 18 from Daily Mail

Gene-editing startups ignite the next 'Frankenfood' fight

In a suburban Minneapolis laboratory, a tiny company that has never turned a profit is poised to beat the world's biggest agriculture firms to market with the next potential breakthrough in ...

Fri 10 Aug 18 from Reuters Technology

Idaho Potato Giant Licenses CRISPR-Cas9

NewsAn Idaho-based company that produces potatoes and other crops for 40 countries signed an intellectual property licensing agreement for agricultural use of the CRISP-Cas9 gene editing tool.Staff ...

Wed 8 Aug 18 from Laboratory Equipment

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