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GE Tree Field Trials Using CRIPSR Approved in Sweden

Will we soon have genetically engineered forests? Via Testbiotech: In China, the US and Sweden, new methods of genetic engineering such as CRISPR are being used on forest trees. The first field trials are planned to take place… Read More

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Glyphosate Causes Changes to DNA Function Resulting in Chronic Disease, According to Study

Note: One of the traits being engineered into trees is resistance to glyphosate. Via Beyond Pesticides A review of the scientific literature links glyphosate, one of the most popular weed killers in the U.S. and the active ingredient in Roundup,… Read More

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Do Researchers Have Their Heads in the Sand About Safety of Gene Editing?

Note: Will these dangerous new gene editing techniques be the next frontier for genetically engineered trees? Sharon Begley at StatNews.com reported on an American Society of Hematology’s workshop on genome-editing held last week in Washington, where researchers met to discuss… Read More

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