Accelerating the world’s transition to a sustainable bio-economy
We lead the biotech revolution in agriculture
Hudson River Biotechnology intends to deliver on the promise that crop improvement through biotechnology can address the demands of a resilient, sustainable bio-economy. We solve plant production challenges across the value chain by delivering technologies to develop and grow crops of higher quality, more efficiently and sustainably.
We have developed solutions to enhance the functions of plants using CRISPR based plant breeding and deliver agrochemical inputs efficiently through targeted, smart delivery systems. By providing these technologies to our partners, we contribute to improving plant yields while reducing the inputs necessary, ultimately decreasing agriculture’s environmental impact.
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After the European Parliament has endorsed the proposal on NGTs, it becomes important to highlight how pragmatically plant genome editing can support the EU sustainability
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HRB achieves major CRISPR breakthrough: first-ever regeneration of strawberries from gene-edited single cells
Wageningen, The Netherlands, February 6th 2024 Hudson River Biotechnology (HRB), based in Wageningen, The Netherlands, announces a milestone achievement: the world’s first successful regeneration of
Thrilled to be part of the conversation in a recent article by Martin Greenacre on sciencebusiness.net (https://lnkd.in/gPQ7TGqe). At Hudson River Biotechnology, we’re excited by the EU’s
HRB employs CRISPR-based gene editing for specific trait development. CRISPR can be used to target highly specific pieces of DNA while leaving the rest of the genome intact. This allows for very fast improvement of already carefully bred organisms. Our end to end workflow allows you to target different traits that could bring value for your business. We target both agronomic and consumer traits, examples include: