A Conversation About Innovation in Food & Agriculture
We can use recent scientific advances, as well as plants' own genetic blueprints, to build on what makes our food healthy and even cut out what makes it harmful
Utilizing CRISPR, and associated gene-editing tools, scientists can improve crops with the utmost precision at the molecular level.
In the 1950s, the Cavendish banana surfaced as one of nature's miracles and a godsend to millions around the world. Now it’s at risk. Will CRISPR save the day?