Video: How are GMO plants made?

| | August 14, 2017
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How are genetically modified organisms (GMOs) made?

Are they safe to eat?

Molly heads to the Van Eck Lab at the Boyce Thompson Institute to find out!

[Learn] more about [Cornell University plant geneticist Joyce Van Eck’s] research [here].

If you’d like to know more about GMOs, here is some great further reading/watching/listening!

Genetically Engineered Crops: Experiences and Prospects, report in brief
The National Academies of Science, Engineering, and Medicine…

US Food & Drug Administration “Q&A on foods from genetically engineered plants”…

GMOs and Our Food
Science in the News, Harvard University…

Embracing GMO Science
Cornell University Alliance for Science…

GMO FAQ (how it works, safety, labeling, environmental impacts)
Genetic Literacy Project

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