Peter Beetham of Cibus discusses gene edited crops and advances in the field
Peter Beetham was interviewed on the CNBC show “Squawk Box Asia” on April 10th.
Gene editing to lead a new agricultural revolutionGene editing to lead a new agricultural revolution
Non-GMO gene editing will enable farmers to have a better workplace and a more sustainable future. Farming is at a major point of inflection.
Dr. Noel Sauer, VP Research, named a Woman of Influence in Life Sciences by San Diego Business Journal
Cibus is happy to congratulate Dr. Sauer on her designation as a “Woman of Influence in Life Science” by the San Diego Business Journal. She is a true asset to Cibus and an inspiration to young women pursuing careers in science.
A Nobel Prize Later, We Are Living in the Era of Gene Editing
On behalf of the entire Cibus Team, I would like to congratulate Drs. Jennifer Doudna of University of California Berkeley and Emmanuel Charpentier of the Max Planck Institute for Infection Biology for being awarded the Nobel Prize in Chemistry for their groundbreaking work in CRISPR-Cas9.
As the first product that Cibus has commercialized, we often receive the question, “Out of all the crops you might have chosen to develop your first novel trait, why start with canola?”
First of all,
The Need For Speed In Plant Breeding
A changing climate. Limited arable land. Increasing pest resistance: How speed can help us overcome current sustainability challenges in the new millennium.
For hundreds of years,