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The Costs of Genome Editing Governance

A P2IRC policy brief on how governance of genome editing tools threatens to disrupt diffusion of new technologies to key developing nations

Genome editing has been applied to several traits in various crops, generating risks that are no different from conventional crop varieties. This policy brief explores how innovative breeding technologies are essential to improving food security and mitigating climatic change on agriculture.

Read the policy brief here.

 

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