The debate on gene editing requires plant scientists to adhere to the norms of science, such as independence, organized skepticism and disinterestedness. This is stated by the Rathenau Institute in a recent study carried out in collaboration with Phil Macnaghten of Knowledge, Technology and Innovation at Wageningen University & Research (WUR), and builds on the report "Gene editing in plants and crops".
Macnaghten, P and Habets, M.G.J.L. (2020) Breaking the deadlock: Towards a forward-looking governance framework for gene editing with plants. Plants, People, Planet
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