March 31, 2021

EuropaBio response to the EGE report ‘Ethics of Genome Editing’

EuropaBio welcomes the in-depth opinion of the European Group on Ethics on the uses of genome editing and thanks the Group for raising the awareness of a technology which will enable the development of many solutions for healthy people and planet.
October 7, 2020

Nobel Prize for Genome Editing Pioneers

Brussels, 7 October 2020: Today, genome editing pioneers Emmanuelle Charpentier and Jennifer A. Doudna have been awarded the Nobel Prize in Chemistry 2020
September 24, 2020

Genome editing FAQ

Genome editing is an advance in biological tools with the potential for a wide range of applications.
August 24, 2020

Genome-Edited Products and Projects: Resources and Examples

This is a non-exhaustive list of over 200 genome-editing or viral vector related products and research projects, drawn from various resources and covering healthcare, industrial and agricultural biotech
May 20, 2020

EuropaBio position on Germline Genome Editing

EuropaBio and its members strongly believe that genome editing will enable the development of many solutions to the grand challenges facing both people and planet. In medicine, genome editing offers the prospect of saving lives and tackling some of the most devastating genetic diseases.
January 20, 2020

What if we used algae to make biofuel?

Adjusting a specific algae gene with genome editing, enabling the algae to be a feedstock for biofuels.
January 9, 2020

Inter-association letter to the European Commission and Member States

June 25, 2019

Achieving the Potential of Genome Editing: the Perspective of the European Biotech Industry

EuropaBio, the voice of the biotech industry, has developed this paper to bring the latest views from the developers and users of genome editing tools and applications.
May 9, 2019

Open Letter to Member States on the EU Court Ruling on Mutagenesis

Open Letter to Member States on the EU Court Ruling on Mutagenesis.
November 29, 2018

Statement: As EU court ruling risks blocking innovation, the European biotech industry calls for science-based political decision making on genome edited products

As EU court ruling risks blocking innovation, the European biotech industry calls for science-based political decision making on genome edited products.
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