Gene editing could boost producer profitability
Peter Pauls, a plant agriculture professor at the University of Guelph, is holding two clear plastic bags about the size of sandwich bags, filled with colourful cranberry beans, also called romano beans. They’re a nutritious and lucrative niche crop, originally from South America.
Jan 24, 2019
Livestock gene editing focuses on real-world applications
Gene editing – the ability for researchers to identify and precisely tweak a single gene without changing the rest of the organism’s genetic structure – is poised to take selective breeding to new heights.
Jan 31, 2019