CRISPR gene editing could boost crop yields and nutrition, but public acceptance remains wild card
The process of producing better food, protecting the environment and improving animal health is advancing at a seemingly breakneck pace.
These advancements are driven in part by new scientific discoveries, genetic research, data science, enhanced computational power and the availability of new systems for precision breeding like CRISPR....
The science is moving so rapidly that some are wondering if producers, consumers and regulators will ultimately be able to understand and embrace the changes.
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