Groundbreaking poplar study shows trees can be genetically engineered not to spread

The largest field-based study of genetically modified forest trees ever conducted has demonstrated that genetic engineering can prevent new seedlings from establishing.

CORVALLIS, Ore. – The largest field-based study of genetically modified forest trees ever conducted has demonstrated that genetic engineering can prevent new seedlings from establishing.

Research Associate, Virology at Stanford School of Medicine

Employer: Stanford School of Medicine - School of Medicine

Expires: 01/01/2019

Research Associate, Virology at Stanford School of Medicine

Employer: Stanford School of Medicine - School of Medicine

Expires: 01/01/2019

Research Associate, Protein Sciences at Stanford School of Medicine

Employer: Stanford School of Medicine - School of Medicine

Expires: 01/01/2019

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