Discoverer of DNA says yes to genetically modified food

Nobel Laureate James D. Watson, credited for the landmark discovery of the structure of the DNA, says “genetically modified foods are good.” 84-year-old Watson says he feels the use of genetically modified foods was a way to save the world from starvation. Answering a question asked by NDTV at the ongoing Euro Science Open Forum (ESOF 2012), being held in Dublin where more that 4000 scientists are attending, Watson emphasized that the “use of genetically modified foods is non-brainer. If they are good, use them.”

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