Debate over gene editing in EU
Our piece on the claim by NGOs and campaign groups that the first open-source detection method for a gene-edited crop had been developed drew interest.
The groups behind this development said it could hypothetically allow the EU to carry out checks to prevent unauthorised imports, but the EU seed sector immediately rejected that claim.
The article can be read here.
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