Enough known to prove GM foods are safe, claims European Commission’s chief scientific adviser

Describing the rejection of GM foods as a “form of madness I don’t understand,” the European Commission’s chief scientific adviser, Professor Anne Glover, used the issue as a prime example of evidence not being properly considered.

Professor Glover made the comments after delivering a keynote address in Aberdeen to the European Network on Soil Awareness.

Appointed last year, the former Dundee High School pupil is the first ever EC chief scientific adviser, and spoke of the challenges of bringing 28 member states to a point of consensus.

Read the full, original story here: “Enough known to prove GM foods are safe, claims Glover”

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