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Regulatory Barriers to the Development of Innovative Agricultural Biotechnology by Small Businesses and Universities

The authors of this paper demonstrate that the current process-based U.S. biotechnology regulatory system is a barrier to agricultural innovation. The regulatory system needs to be adjusted, or “public, academic, and small business entities will continue to be frustrated in using these safe tools to deliver useful products.”

 

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