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Video: African biotech scientist Margaret Karembu defends safety, sustainability of GMO crops

Know Ideas Media | 
Environmental scientist Margaret Karembu takes on common objections to GMO crops in this interview with Know Ideas Media founder Nick ...
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Viewpoint: International science communicator warns crop biotech proponents not to oversell its benefits to wary consumers

We all agree any mention of “genes” and related techniques, tools and applications evoke strong emotions and varied opinions. This ...
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Anti-GMO activism: Latest example of age-old resistance to innovation, says African biotech scientist

Daily Nation | 
A cloud of resistance hangs over the introduction of genetically modified organisms (GMOs) in Kenya....Uncertainties created by technophobes instill fear ...
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What’s behind public fear of GMO foods in developing countries?

Daily Nation | 
The genetically modified organism (GMO) debate remains engulfed in a maelstrom of controversies. Sadly, what is largely a First-World debate ...
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How European-Based NGOs Block Crop Biotechnology Adoption In Africa

Genetic Literacy Project | 
European politicians and anti-biotech groups lobby to prevent Africa from adopting or trading GE crops. Farmers have been forced to ...

Arguments against GM crops riddled with problems including vested interests and romanticizing hunger

SciDev | 
The year 2013 marked the 18th consecutive year of commercial cultivation of genetically modified organisms (GMOs) or now commonly referred to as ...
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