Part II: How biotech corn and roundup ready soy work – And why they should not scare you

| June 27, 2012
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In Part II of his series of articles responding to anti-biotech activists, Professor Michael Eisen explains the reasons why GM crops aren’t really that unnatural. Eisen dissects the science behind genetically modified crops, specifically corn and soy, to show that these pesticide producing foods aren’t worth the worry.

View the original article here: Part II: How biotech corn and roundup ready soy work – And why they should not scare you

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