New Hampshire Union Leader: UNH researcher to develop new gene-editing tools
On 02, Sep 2020 | No Comments | In Blog, Featured | By admin
A researcher at the University of New Hampshire has received a USDA grant to develop new gene editing tools that could help scientists unravel how certain bacteria promote growth in plants and protect them from environment stress.
According to a UNH news release, the tools are a critical step in better understanding the dynamics of bacteria-plant interactions that benefit plants and crops, and could advance global efforts to clean contaminated soils, reduce pollution, and tolerate salt in soil.
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