Benson Hill Biosystems Launches Novel Genome Editing CRISPR 3.0 Technology to Drive Crop Improvement

Benson Hill Biosystems, an agricultural technology company that uses cloud biology to unlock the genetic potential of plants, today announced at the Ag Innovation Showcase the commercial launch of CRISPR 3.0, a novel family of Cms1 nucleases as part of its suite of genomics tools to accelerate crop performance improvements.

Benson Hill’s computational platform CropOS™ combines powerful data analytics and machine learning to empower companies of any size to access the most advanced tools in seed innovation without major infrastructure costs or distraction from their core business. CropOS can be used for a range of crops and targets using a range of genomics tools, from breeding to transgenics to genome editing.

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