Canadian regulatory perspectives on genome engineered crops

@inproceedings{Smyth2017CanadianRP,
  title={Canadian regulatory perspectives on genome engineered crops},
  author={Stuart J. Smyth},
  booktitle={GM crops & food},
  year={2017}
}
New breeding techniques in plant agriculture exploded upon the scene about two years ago, in 2014. While these innovative plant breeding techniques, soon to be led by CRISPR/Cas9, initially appear to hold tremendous promise for plant breeding, if not a revolution for the industry, the question of how the products of these technologies will be regulated is rapidly becoming a key aspect of the technology's future potential. Regulation of innovative technologies and products has always lagged that… CONTINUE READING
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