Sustainable agriculture through genome editing

Tomato plants growing in a climate chamber at the Chair of Systems Biology. Clau

Tomato plants growing in a climate chamber at the Chair of Systems Biology. Claus Schwechheimer is the speaker of the collaborativee research center SFB 924. Image: Andreas Heddergott / TUM

The researchers thereby support an open statement, signed by scientists from over 120 scientific institutes, asking to facilitate the use of genome editing for sustainable agriculture and food production.

On July 25 of the past year, the European Court of Justice had put the use of genome editing under strict regulations.


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