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One of our techniques for producing better seed, biomass, and oil yield is CRISPR genome editing technology—a revolutionary tool that enables us to engineer crops for a more sustainable future. But what exactly is CRISPR genome editing technology and what role does it play in agriculture today?
Our President and CEO Dr. Oliver Peoples sat down recently with Damian Mason, host of the Business of Agriculture podcast, for a wide-ranging and entertaining discussion about Camelina's many uses, its promising environmental potential, and real-world impact on professional farmers.
Winter Camelina has the potential to produce value in both oils and protein with a little help from science. And by unlocking the full potential of Camelina as a vegetable source for oil and protein with increased nutritional value, we have the potential to address global food security issues.
Based on our commitment to support natural fisheries and encourage the sustainable production of farmed fish, we believe Camelina sativa can be harnessed as a platform crop for producing oil that is rich in EPA and DHA oil and closely mimics the benefits of fish oil.
During the Camelina in a Fireside Chat session, which focused on disruptive innovation, Dr. Peoples shared valuable insights into Yield10's Camelina platform and our future plans to create high-value products using this platform.
Our vision as a company is to develop biotechnology solutions that improve crop performance for the sake of global food security and environmental sustainability. Learn more about our over-decade-long research and development of PHA bioplastic in Camelina seeds.