GMOs: Why so controversial?

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“There’s no evidence that it’s harmful,” said Steven Strauss, a biotechnology professor at Oregon State University. His topic was genetically modified organisms (GMOs) in foods.

Speaking at the Columbia Forum Thursday, Strauss described a research world that has significant impact on the Americas, but virtually none in Europe or Africa.

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