(The Scientist) Companies Use CRISPR to Improve Crops

The potential of gene editing to address problems has taken hold in the agricultural industry, with new companies hoping to capitalize on the technology sprouting up every year. “We can identify a handful [of companies] currently, but going forward that number will rise, perhaps even triple,” says Matt Crisp, CEO of Benson Hill . Read more from The Scientist magazine here.

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