Gallery: Japanese Scientists Develop Pollen-Free Cedar Trees to Help Al...


A team of scientists from the Japan-based Forestry and Forest Products Research Institute just announced they have “successfully developed the first allergy-free cedar tree by altering the DNA makeup of the plant”. While this may be great news for allergy sufferers, the pollen-less ‘frankentrees’ have raised concerns over their impact on the environment.

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