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The Next Revolution: Genome Engineering 2018 - July 19 Minneapolis

The Genome Writers Guild (GWG) – a genome engineering society concerned with genome engineering and public education will tackle questions regarding new technologies, their use, and impact on society and individuals at their annual conference at the McNamara Alumni Center, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, 19 to 21 July 2018. More »

Research Highlights and Recent Publications

CBC Researchers Explore Sources of Anti-GMO Content in On-line Media

Sean Dorius and Carolyn Lawrence-Dill have recently published their initial analysis of GMO content in on-line English language media reporting with surprising results regarding the role of Russian news organizations in pushing negative messages concerning GMOs to the American public. The research, which is supported in part with funding from the Crop Bioengineering Center, will soon be published in GM Crops & Food. The research preprint is posted to SocArXiv and coverage of the research can be found in the 27 February Des Moines Register.

CBC Members Publish Genome Editing Monograph

Don Weeks and Bing Wang are the editors of Gene Editing in Plants, Volume 149 of the series Progress in Molecular Biology and Translational Science. More »


Zhao, H., & Wolt, J. D. (2017). Risk associated with off-target plant genome editing and methods for its limitation. Emerging Topics in Life Sciences, 1(2), 231-240.

Center News

Bing Yang Promoted to Professor
May 25, 2018

Dr. Bing Yang of the Department of Genetics, Development and Cell Biology has been promoted to professor. More »

Identifying Gaps in Public Trust and Governance Recommendations for Gene-Edited Foods
May 15, 2018

An Iowa State university team led by Carmen Bain, associate professor of sociology, has received a grant to identify key inducements and impediments to public trust of gene-edited foods (GEFs) and their governance. More »

Bridging Funds Support CBC Innovation
Mar 29, 2018

Bridging funds provided by CBC are allowing for continuation of promising avenues for research of importance to the center and its members. Collectively these research initiatives may lead to improved design and targeting of CRISPR/Cas reagents, reduced off-target modifications and simplified progeny analysis. More »

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