In The News
“We hope to get organic groups and food companies more comfortable with [our] technology by explaining how it develops seeds and how [we] can help farmers and consumers.” — Peter Beetham, PhD, in a conversation with the Wall Street Journal, 2018
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Scientific American - 4/23/20: Diseases Can Jump to Humans from Plants, Not Just from Animals
The Wall Street Journal - 4/22/20: High-Speed Trader GTS to Create Online Market for Pre-IPO Shares.
ClearList venture to allow private companies to issue and sell shares, avoid cost of initial public offering. Cibus is the inaugural client on this platform.
Seed World - 1/31/20: How Gene Editing is Reshaping Agriculture
Scientific American - 11/25/19: Breeding a Nonallergenic Peanut
San Diego Business Journal - 12/17/18: Technology, Talent Keep Area's Agriculture Growing Strong
Scientific American - 9/5/18: GMOs Are Not Agriculture's Future-Biotech Is
The San Diego Business Journal - 7/31/18: Cibus’ Genetic Editing Aims to Outdo GMO
New Scientist - 7/4/18: The second great battle for the future of our food is underway
Xconomy – 6/27/18: Cibus Raises $70M for Marketing of Gene-Edited Canola, More R&D
Successful Farming - 12/14/17: How Gene Editing will Boost Crop Yields
Interviews with David Sippell
AG News Daily: Interview with David Sippell (May 8, 2018)
Your Ag Network: Interview series with David Sippell [4 clips] (April 23-27, 2018)
Grainews: New non-GMO canola variety for the market (February 8, 2018)
The Western Producer: Non-GM canola causes stir among farmers (February 2, 2018)