A banquet of gene editing dishes

Kenneth Chang, The New York Times, 09 January 2017, https://www.nytimes.com/2017/01/09/science/genetically-edited-foods-crispr.html

With the Department of Agriculture not regulating gene edited crops that lack foreign genes from plant pests, CRISPR modified produce may be in grocery stores in a few short years. However, public concerns about safety linger.  In an attempt to educate the public on the benefits and possibilities of gene edited crops, Cellectis hosted a dinner in New York City where the food served contained CRISPR edited crops.  Attendees included professors, journalists and celebrities.

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