Driving Sustainable Agriculture
We have built a Social Media Channel that follows the global movement for Sustainable Agriculture and the role of gene editing.
Gene Editing is at the epicenter of the Sustainable Agriculture Movement.
Using gene editing, it is possible to develop:
Plants that require less chemicals to manage disease, insects or weeds,
Plants that can meet the environmental challenges of climate change,
Plants that can reduce agriculture’s carbon footprint,
Plants that require less fertilizer.
Pioneering the most advanced gene editing technologies to produce healthier plants, greater yields and foster greater sustainability.
Cibus welcomes Jim Collins to our Board of Directors! The former CEO of Corteva Agriscience, Jim's strategic leadership & experience will focus & advance our commercialization efforts as we begin initial trials. Learn more about this exciting appointment: https://investor.cibus.com/news-releases/news-release-details/jim-collins-join-cibus-board-directors
We're excited to have posted our first quarterly results! Our CEO Rory Riggs shared updates on milestones accomplished since merging with Calyxt & provided future milestones for the remainder of 2023 during this morning's earnings call. #ICYMI listen now: https://ow.ly/VNcX50PwEGQ
Cibus names Steve Berreth General Counsel and Corporate Secretary for the corporation. The former General Counsel for Syngenta Crop Protection, Berreth will develop Cibus' commercial business & manage the accompanying growth in legal & IP activities. More: https://ow.ly/m8LK50Pupw1
Did you miss Cibus CEO Rory Riggs discussing the changing world of plant breeding with @Bloomberg's @carolmassar and Madison Mills yesterday? Listen now:
#plantbreeding #geneediting #sustainableag
The Evolution of Gene-Edited Crops - Bloomberg
Carol Massar and Tim Stenovec bring together the latest news from the world of business and finance and the interesting stories.
In advance of the July 5th target date for release of new proposals for regulating gene-edited crops, many publications — such as @EURACTIV — are reporting favorably on the process from newly available information. More from @NatashaFoote:
EU moves towards looser rules on certain gene edited crops
The European Commission is pushing for certain kinds of gene-edited plants to be treated as conventionally produced ...
Can complex gene-edited traits comprise multiple modes of action? Our latest tests show that they can! Cibus' white mold (#Sclerotinia) resistance trait in #canola not only demonstrates successful resistance but does so via two different modes of action: https://ow.ly/qN5x50OJ7Jk