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Monday, 2024/06/10 | 08:21:21

A study led by Yutaro Shuto, Ryoya Nakagawa, and Osamu Nureki of the University of Tokyo has demonstrated the spatial structure and mechanisms of the gene editing tool called prime editor, revealing its ability to perform reverse transcription without cutting both strands of double helix. Their findings, published in Nature, contribute to the design of precise gene editing tools for gene therapy.

Sunday, 2024/06/09 | 07:21:45

As a global community, we are grappling with a difficult task: to ramp up food production without increasing greenhouse gas emissions and simultaneously reducing them further. Producing enough food to beat hunger is not enough. Now, we need more, affordable and nutritious food for more people, and we need to do it with a lighter footprint. Currently, the technology to do this is simply not available at the scale required.

Saturday, 2024/06/08 | 05:40:01

The Global Soil Partnership, bringing together hundreds of diverse actors focused on improving the health of our soils to promote healthier and more resilient agrifood systems, opened a key meeting today with a call for urgent action to meet its objectives amid a range of complex crises. Hosted by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) and including FAO Members and over 700 partners,

Friday, 2024/06/07 | 08:11:51

The United Nations has a key catalytic role to play in leveraging the power of digital technologies, which is of utter importance particularly in rural areas, for the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), the Director-General of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) QU Dongyu said today. He addressed a High-Level United Nations Dialogue on the Progress and Future of Digital Cooperation.

Thursday, 2024/06/06 | 08:20:58

As we navigate the complexity of Fragile and Conflicted-Affected Settings (FCASs), it has become increasingly evident that moving beyond immediate emergency relief is essential for promoting long-term resilience and sustainability. As a result, Anticipatory Actions (AAs) are recognized more and more as essential tools for mitigating risks and building resilience. However, implementing AAs in FCASs is not straightforward.


Wednesday, 2024/06/05 | 08:26:19

The Belgian presidency presented a new compromise text aiming to break the stalemate on the regulation and loosen the requirements for genetically modified organisms (GMOs) and for plants created with specific genome editing techniques (NGTs). Despite the new compromise text, national experts of the European Union could not find an agreement.

Tuesday, 2024/06/04 | 08:28:20

Researchers from Chandigarh University in India and partners reviewed how gene editing was used for targeted modifications in rice. Their study demonstrated the potential of gene editing to contribute to sustainable agriculture and food security. Rice is a staple food in many countries around the world. However, its production is threatened by different pathogens and pests, which makes it a necessity to produce resilient crop varieties. Gene editing technologies provide precise and efficient tools to develop new varieties of rice.


Monday, 2024/06/03 | 08:22:07

In May 2024, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) Center for Veterinary Medicine (CVM) released Guidance for Industry (GFI) #187A “Heritable Intentional Genomic Alterations in Animals: Risk Based Approach” and draft GFI #187B “Heritable Intentional Genomic Alterations in Animals: The Approval Process” to clarify requirements and recommendations for developers of intentional genomic alterations (IGAs) in animals.

Sunday, 2024/06/02 | 06:26:02

Researchers from the University of Würzburg have identified how XPD protein examines and handles the repair of DNA damage. Their findings offer the basis for innovative ways to treat different kinds of cancer. The body of humans has a nucleotide excision repair (NER), which detects damaged DNA and works with other repair proteins to remove and replace defective areas. A central component of NER is the XPD protein that identifies and repairs severe forms of DNA damage, such as interstrand crosslinking that can cause cancer.

Saturday, 2024/06/01 | 06:00:25

ASCA7 targets to equip Asian scientists, regulators, and other stakeholders with the knowledge and skills to navigate the complexities of agri-biotech. The program focuses on three key areas: agri-biotech applications, policy environment, and biotech communication. This comprehensive approach empowers participants to contribute towards implementation of science-based regulations that support the commercialization and trade of agri-biotech products.


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