Article: Open-source, free to use image library for genome-editing and genetic modification

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Open-source, free to use image library for genome-editing and genetic modification

Are you looking for clear, accurate images to bring your content on genome-editing and genetic modification to life? The John Innes Centre has launched an open-source image library for journalists, writers and picture editors seeking to illustrate content on these important technologies and their use in plants.

The images are of research at the John Innes Centre and The Sainsbury Laboratory in Norwich. The new library provides free to use, high quality images representing the cutting-edge research of genome editing and genetic modification in the laboratory, field trials and glasshouses. The images illustrate the techniques and the innovative crop traits that these genetic tools can deliver, including high-iron wheat, blight-resistant potatoes and tomatoes rich in healthy anthocyanins to illustrate your news articles, blogs, and film content.

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