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Friday, 2022/08/05 | 08:13:51

ISAAA Inc., BioTrust Global, the Malaysian Biotechnology Information Center (MABIC), Murdoch University, and the National Seed Association Malaysia will hold the workshop Policy Considerations for Gene Editing: The Asian and Australian Perspective at Sunway Clio Hotel, Petaling Jaya, Malaysia from August 23 to 25, 2022. The registration is now open for interested participants.

Thursday, 2022/08/04 | 08:51:28

The study on the S-adenosylmethionine decarboxylase (SAMDC) gene in maize has not been reported yet. Now, scientists from Jilin Agricultural University in China found substantial evidence that its overexpression can lead to effectively improve the cold tolerance of the crop. Previous studies have found the SAMDC gene to be effective in improving the performances of tobacco, cotton, and herbaceous plants.


Wednesday, 2022/08/03 | 08:13:00

The collaboration between 2Blades Foundation and Corteva Agriscience has produced a transgenic trait for Asian Soybean Rust (ASR) resistance, with successful field trials of Latin American soybean varieties containing the new ASR transgene. Due to mild winter conditions, soybeans in Latin America are particularly vulnerable to ASR, a fungal disease that can cause 10-80% yield loss in countries where it is established, carrying significant risk for farmers and agricultural systems.


Tuesday, 2022/08/02 | 07:39:27

Researchers from Duke University and Howard Hughes Media Institute found the gene linked to plants' temperature sensitivity and devised a way to fix the plant's immune system at higher temperatures. The open-access article about the study is published in Nature. The research team identified the gene CBP60g, which codes a protein controlling how other genes involved in the salicylic acid pathway are expressed.


Monday, 2022/08/01 | 08:06:02

Scientists from Korea were able to produce CRISPR-Cas9-mediated genome-edited dogs using somatic cell nuclear transfer (SCNT) technology with the aim of recovering pathogenic mutations in purebred dogs or to generate inbred animal models to study diseases. There have been two previous cases in which CRISPR-Cas 9 was used for canine research to produce genome-edited dogs, both did not use SCNT-based canine cloning technology.


Friday, 2022/07/29 | 08:23:31

ISAAA in partnership with Vietnam's Institute of Agricultural Genetics (AGI) and the United States Department of Agriculture Foreign Agricultural Service Hanoi (USDA-FAS Hanoi) conducted the webinar Scientific Updates, Commercialization, and Regulatory Approaches of Gene-Edited Products on July 19, 2022, via Zoom. The event helped participants understand the latest information on the science of genome editing,

Thursday, 2022/07/28 | 08:22:56

European scientists found a way to manipulate signals precisely and effectively between the host plant and pathogens to prevent fungal attacks without environmentally hazardous toxins and with less ecological footprint. Scientists from Germany, France, and Switzerland used around 20,000 fungus strains and 6,000 plant species to develop a method to trick the pathogens' chemical communication with plants and prevent fungal infections


Wednesday, 2022/07/27 | 08:21:05

North Carolina State University researchers have shown that the maize gene HPC1 modulates certain chemical processes that contribute to flowering time, and originated from “teosinte mexicana,” a precursor to modern-day corn that grows wild in the highlands of Mexico. Maize grown in higher altitudes, like the highlands of Mexico, needs special accommodations to grow successfully.


Tuesday, 2022/07/26 | 08:13:00

Oxitec has shared the successful completion of the second large-scale pilot season of the Friendly™ fall armyworm in Brazil. Following full commercial biosafety approval from Brazilian regulators in 2021, two pilot seasons have enabled large-scale testing and the validation of performance in commercial farm settings in two of Brazil's major corn-growing regions.

Monday, 2022/07/25 | 08:01:59

The online event is the final of three webinars and aims to provide the public an overview of the different dimensions of gene drive impact and risk assessments, including environmental and socio-economic aspects. It will feature Ms. Delphine Thizy, Target Malaria's Stakeholder Engagement Senior Advisor, and Dr. Krishna Ravi Srinivas, Senior Fellow and Consultant at Research and Information System for Developing Countries.


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