National Observer and The Star: Canada’s new laws for GMOs and gene editing

National Observer and The Star:

Canada’s new laws for GMOs and gene editing

“Canada is changing its risk assessment policy for genetically modified plants and food products sold at home and overseas.”

Dr. Loren Rieseberg, a professor in UBC’s Department of Botany, spoke about gene editing and developing gene-edited crops. Compared with traditional breeding, gene editing is a method that can generate more beneficial traits in plants.

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