Science and the debate on GM crops

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When it comes to bolstering food security, genetically modified (GM) crops are at once a highly promising and a highly vilified solution. Opponents label it as “Frankenfood,” imply that untold health risks are lurking in your breakfast cereal, and perpetuate a threatening image of GM crops (see the menacing ears of corn above). Meanwhile, a large body of scientific evidence disputing many of these claims is often overlooked in favor of a more alarmist narrative.

In recent months, however, advocates of a more scientific and less polarized discussion on GM crops have had reason to celebrate.

View the full article here: Science and the Debate on Genetically Modified Crops

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