Gene Editing

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Black Angus bull in native ranchland setting
May 9, 2024

An unraveled genetic mystery in Angus

Genetic discovery by team of researchers and veterinarians helps Angus producers protect their herds

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April 18, 2024

Three Texas A&M AgriLife professors honored for outstanding contributions to science

American Association for the Advancement of Science recognizes excellence in research and innovation

a hand touching green grass on the ground
April 9, 2024

Turfgrass program leads through innovation

From backyards, football fields and golf courses, science is reshaping the turfgrass experience

April 8, 2024

Texas A&M Turfgrass Program: Research, Extension and the Next Generation

Video: Texas A&M AgriLife research, extension and teaching initiatives work to develop increasingly resilient and sustainable turfgrasses that ensure user safety and thriving industry while building up the next generation of leaders in the field

March 22, 2024

Liu brings genetics expertise to AgriLife Research wheat breeding program

Familiarity brings smooth transition within Texas public wheat breeding program

Rathore and ultra-low gossypol cotton created through the use of RNAi technology, a gene-silencing technique
March 6, 2024

Natural tech for ‘dimming’ genes brings transformative potential to agriculture

Texas A&M AgriLife
February 8, 2024

Life sciences doctoral programs highlighted at Texas A&M symposium

Introduces Ph.D., graduate candidates to life science programs, student benefits, more  

January 9, 2024

Teaching sparks a passion and purpose in animal breeding and genetics field

Nan Zhang ’21 excels as a graduate student teaching assistant in Texas A&M’s Department of Animal Science

November 16, 2023

Digital agriculture, genetics, forages featured at Beeville station field day

$25,000 gift to AgriLife Research by Albert Lowry ’78 to fund forage research at Beeville

August 31, 2023

VIEWpoly provides visual map for polyploid plant geneticists, breeders

Texas A&M Department of Horticultural Sciences leads search for cutting-edge genetic tools for flowering plants

March 13, 2023

Scientists disable protective gene in mosquitoes

Researcher explains mosquito gene manipulation study, how it might help protect humans, animals

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August 23, 2022

Cotton gene-editing project paves a new path for plant protection

Texas A&M AgriLife, USDA, Cotton Incorporated project exemplifies the power of public-private collaborations

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April 27, 2022

Self-eliminating genes tested on mosquitoes

Temporary transgenes may reduce risks associated with invasive genetic elements

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September 9, 2021

Researchers focus on gene-editing technology to kick-start crop regeneration

Texas A&M AgriLife collaborates on new approach to improve vegetable, fruit crops

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May 28, 2016

New report: ‘Genetically engineered’ crops not adverse to environment or human health