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From science-fiction to science fact: The advent of genome-edited animals

Report from IEG Policy assesses the new technologies that are impacting agri-food production and trade, from gene editing to blockchain to drones, from a policy and regulatory perspective.

Consumers in Europe and elsewhere in the world may ultimately come to accept artificially-induced changes in the genetic composition of crops – but it is the prospect of genome-edited animals that will really challenge society’s relationship with biotechnology.

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