1. Gene editing to produce 'super dad' livestock  BBC News
  2. Scientists create gene-edited animals as 'surrogate sires' to boost food production  Reuters
  3. Gene-edited livestock 'surrogate sires' successfully made fertile  Phys.org
  4. 'Surrogate sires' could create specially bred livestock, say scientists  The Guardian
  5. Stem cell breakthrough lets male livestock serve as 'surrogate sires'  Daily Mail
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Modified animals could improve sustainable meat production, but safety and ethical issues remain.Modified animals could improve sustainable meat production, but safety and ethical issues remain.

Gene editing to produce 'super dad' livestock - BBC News

Scientists have created gene-edited pigs, goats and cattle to produce sperm with traits such as disease resistance and higher meat quality in what they say is a step towards genetically enhancing livestock to improve food production.Scientists have created gene-edited pigs, goats and cattle to produce sperm with traits such as disease resistance and higher meat quality in what they say is a step towards genetically enhancing livestock to improve food production.

Scientists create gene-edited animals as 'surrogate sires' to boost food production | Reuters

Scientists have created gene-edited pigs, goats and cattle to produce sperm with traits such as disease resistance and higher meat quality in what they say is a step towards genetically enhancing livestock to improve food production.Scientists have created gene-edited pigs, goats and cattle to produce sperm with traits such as disease resistance and higher meat quality in what they say is a step towards genetically enhancing livestock to improve food production.

Scientists create gene-edited animals as 'surrogate sires' to boost food production | Article [AMP] | Reuters

For the first time, scientists have created pigs, goats and cattle that can serve as viable "surrogate sires," male animals that produce sperm carrying only the genetic traits of donor animals.

Gene-edited livestock 'surrogate sires' successfully made fertile

Researchers from Washington State University say it could one day solve starvation for the world's growing population - or save species from extinction.Researchers from Washington State University say it could one day solve starvation for the world's growing population - or save species from extinction.

Stem cell breakthrough allows male livestock to serve as 'surrogate sires' | Daily Mail Online

University of Arkansas researchers have developed an efficient tool for controlling genes in methanogens, a finding that could advance research in fields as diverse as climate change and biofuel production.

Researchers create new tool for controlling genes in methanogens