Framing genetic engineering as ‘natural’ fuels conflict and creates distractions in the discussions about the technology, including those around the newly commercialised techniques of genome editing and gene silencing.
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In September of this year, the first-ever public detection method for a gene-edited crop was announced. The new method detects a herbicide-tolerant (SU) rapeseed variety that was developed using gene […]