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The global vision for 21st century farming is the development of a sustainable supply of healthy, diverse, and safe food for a growing global population – while limiting the impact on the environment and coping with climate change. To us, this is what the term, Sustainable Agriculture, means. It is the driving force of Cibus.
The goal of our blog is to follow and participate in this global debate and through our research and innovations to be a leading driver in the evolution of a global Sustainable Agriculture community.

The Stories

August 3, 2020
What does GMO mean, anyways?

A short guide to answering a complicated question.

While Covid-19 has commandeered the world’s attention, an important debate that will weigh on the future of agriculture is in process in Europe.

July 4, 2020
Gene Editing Can Feed The World – If We Let It

In the next 30 years, the world’s farmers have a significant challenge ahead of them: feed an additional two billion people, all while adapting to climate change and little arable land.

February 24, 2020
Prize recipient: plants need special help to survive climate change

“Congratulations to my former boss from the Salk Institute, Detlef Weigel, on receiving the prestigious 2020 Novozymes Prize. He was very influential in my early career and his insights into the effects of climate change on the European continent are important.

February 14, 2020
Decreasing Pod Shatter Means Increasing Sustainability

Improving agricultural sustainability can take on many different forms. It can mean creating more disease-resistant crops, which allows farmers to apply less fungicide. It can mean growing plants that have a different herbicide tolerance,

January 31, 2020
How Gene Editing is Reshaping Agriculture

Though it hasn’t garnered the attention this revolution merits, a new technology is reshaping the oldest human enterprise: agriculture. With gene editing comes a new model of how crops are improved and produced,

November 25, 2019
Breeding a Nonallergenic Peanut

Author: Peter Beetham
Publication: Scientific American
Publisher: SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN, a Division of Springer Nature America, Inc.
Date: Nov 25,

We have pioneered the most advanced technologies to precisely target and direct a plant’s natural gene-editing processes: an approach accelerating the natural breeding techniques that have been staples of farming for thousands of years.

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