Back in 2014, Bill Nye The Science Guy was skeptical of genetically modified foods, or GMOs. It raised some eyebrows when he abruptly changed his mind after visiting Monsanto – the huge biochemical agriculture company that was acquired by Bayer. What changed his mind on the trip? Are GMOs good or bad?
Podcast: Bill Nye The Science Guy explains his transition from GMO skeptic to advocate
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