Sweden positioning itself to be doorway to Europe for crop improvement through genome editing

In early December, the Swedish Board of Agriculture determined that some plants developed using CRISPR-Cas9 genome editing technology would fall outside of European Union definitions for genetically modified organisms (GMOs). The group declared that certain varieties would be considered mutants u...

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