Podcast: The ‘what, how and why’ of GMOs, a crash course on genetic engineering

, | | October 16, 2019
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Agricultural scientists Karen Cox of West Virginia University and Dan Lima of Ohio State University offer a crash course on Genetically Modified Organisms on this episode of Extension Calling. What are GMOs? Why is genetic engineering a big deal? And should you be worried about the health and environmental risks of genetic engineering?

Original podcast: Common Questions about GMO’s

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