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Ted Talks and videos on the science of GMOs

| January 17, 2014

Blogger Cami Ryan has compiled a list of Ted talks and videos that relay scientific evidence on the hotly debated issue of genetically modified foods.

Included in the list is the following 2013 Ted talk from Jimmy Botella, professor of plant biotechnology at the University of Queensland. In the video, Botella addresses some of the fallacies we have regarding the food we eat every day, and explains what GM food actually is and where it sits in our current society.

Read the full, original post: Facts in Action: Need reliable, compelling information about GMOs?

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3 thoughts on “Ted Talks and videos on the science of GMOs”

    • b/c GMOs have never been tested on humans. they were approved by the FDA with the assumption that no harm has YET been proven, therefore, they can go to market.

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