33 search results for gene editing
- Gene Editing: Innovation and Impact in Missouri
- In November, renowned panelists came together at the Danforth Center to discuss cutting-edge gene editing technology and the role it will play in human health, agriculture and food systems, and creating 21st century jobs.
- Gene Editing: Innovation and Impact in Missouri, “We need to grow more
food in the next, Educational
Foundation and Benson Hill Biosystems collaborated to host a symposium on gene
editing. The symposium, “Gene Editing: Innovation and Impact in Missouri,” took
place on November 13, 2018, and brought together specialists to discuss the
role of gene editing in human health, agriculture and food systems, and
creating 21st century jobs. Gene editing technology is relatively new, but has since
- (Milken Institute Review) Gene Editing Meets The Food Supply
- Using gene editing technology, researchers in our Institute for International Crop Improvement seek to improve important staple crops to help smallholder farmers increase their yield and feed their communities. Read this article to hear from Nigel Taylor and Donald MacKenzie on the challenges and successes of working with gene-edited plants.
- (Milken Institute Review) Gene Editing Meets The Food Supply, Using gene editing technology, researchers in our Institute for International Crop Improvement seek to improve important staple crops to help smallholder farmers increase their yield and feed their communities. Read this article to hear from Nigel Taylor and Donald MacKenzie on the challenges and successes of working with gene-edited plants. READ MORE, (Collection), (Collection)
- (WIRED) European Ruling Could Slow Africa’s Push For Crispr Crops
- Many European scientists cheered back in January when it seemed the court of the European Union would ease its restrictions on gene-editing technology in food.
- (WIRED) European Ruling Could Slow Africa’s Push For Crispr Crops, Many European scientists cheered back in January when it seemed the court of the European Union would ease its restrictions on gene-editing technology in food. Read More, (Collection), (Collection)
- (St. Louis Public Radio) In a race to prevent hunger, Danforth researchers use CRISPR to gene-edit cassava
- To prove that a new-gene editing technology could be used to alter the cassava plant, scientists in the St. Louis suburbs zeroed in on a gene used to process chlorophyll. Before long, they had petri dishes full of seedlings that were white as chalk.
- (St. Louis Public Radio) In a race to prevent hunger, Danforth researchers use CRISPR to gene-edit cassava , To prove that a new-gene editing technology could be used to alter the cassava plant, scientists in the St. Louis suburbs zeroed in on a gene used to process chlorophyll. Before long, they had petri dishes full of seedlings that were white as chalk. Read More, (Collection), (Collection)
- CRISPR: Using precision technology to benefit people and the planet
- Efficient and customizable genome editing tool
- the basis for CRISPR-Cas9 genome editing technology. This efficient and customizable method has the ability to target multiple genes simultaneously, an advantage that sets it apart from other gene editing, . “Gene editing is now as common in a lab as pipetting,” said Jim Carrington, president, and development with the ability to move agriculture improvements to the market.” Gene editing can, in the science community. CRISPR genome editing technology is powerful in the sense it allows
- (Chemical & Engineering News) Transforming Agriculture, Again
- Gene-editing with CRISPR/Cas9 accelerates trait development in crop plants.
- (Chemical & Engineering News) Transforming Agriculture, Again, A new day is dawning for agriculture. When asked to describe the magnitude of the coming change, experts harken back to seminal advances such as the rise of mechanization, the invention of synthetic fertilizers and crop protection chemicals, and the advent of transgenic crops.
Within the next five years—less time than it takes to discover and commercialize a new agricultural chemical—gene editing will transform seed and trait
- Investing in Young Scientists for Global Impact
- Recently, our Institute for International Crop Improvement sponsored four early-career scientists to attend the 7th annual South Asia Biosafety conference in Dhaka, Bangladesh, the premiere biosafety meeting in South Asia.
- in my research on gene editing in wheat by keeping in mind the present policy and commercialization, , challenges, and opportunities in agricultural biotechnology and genome editing, including regulatory issues on the release and use of transgenic and gene edited products.” - Dr. S. Sundaresha, ICAR, biosafety concerns of all of the South Asian nations and the latest genome editing technologies like, difficulties along with the potential impact in resolving difficult tasks over genome editing.” - Dr
- Bing Yang
- and applying genome editing technologies for gene/trait discovery and for engineering improved traits, genome editing technologies and demonstrate their promising potential as biotech tools for basic, genomes, technologies for genome editing have become the most promising and popular tools, editing technologies allow precise, targeted genomic changes. TALENs and CRISPR/Cas represent the state-of-the-art genome editing technologies and hold immense promise for defining the genetic
- U.S. Department of Energy Taps Danforth Plant Science Center for Research To Improve Sorghum as a Bioenergy Crop
- Danforth Center Principal Investigator, Andrea Eveland, Ph.D., will lead a multi-institutional project to deepen the understanding of sorghum, a versatile bioenergy crop, and its response to drought.
- environment will require advanced approaches in genetics, genomics, phenotyping and gene editing, genomics and gene editing methodologies will be used to help guide predictions of gene function, on marginal lands. Eveland’s project explores the gene regulatory networks underlying this amazing, . “This is a grand challenge facing biologists now – to define the function of every gene in the genome, is supported by DOE’s Genome-Enabled Plant Biology for Determination of Gene Function program
- Danforth Center Selected to Participate in NSF’s “10 Big Ideas, Understanding the Rules of Life” Research Effort
- Awards will help researchers determine the relationship between genes and their functions in organisms
- technology of gene editing by the development of our screening strategies.” Rebecca Bart, Ph.D., Principal, gene function in organisms. "The EDGE awards are very exciting because they are transformative, and better crop yields." This year’s awardees include: Tools for studying gene function in voles, of Maryland-College Park Establishment of genome editing and transgenic tools in Anolis lizards, recombination in plants as a tool to test gene function Blake Meyers, Donald Danforth Plant Science Center