May 09, 2017 · Although dozens of scientific studies show GMOs are safe to eat, less than half–39 percent–of adults believe GMOs aren’t as healthy as conventionally grown foods, according to a Pew Research Study. There are currently nine GMO crops available commercially in the United States.
“We hope this will be the definitive study that will establish whether or not these chemicals and these GMO products are safe and effective,” Bruce Blumberg, a scientist at the University of California, Irvine, a longtime GMO critic and one of the three scientists originally on the project’s advisory board, told the crowd of reporters.
Food, Agriculture & Fisheries & Biotechnology EUROPEAN COMMISSION European Research Area PROJECT INFORMATION A decade of EU-funded GMO research (2001 - 2010) KI NA This publication summarises the results of 50 selected research projects on genetically modified organisms (GMO), co-funded by the European Commission
Biotech Companies Are Peddling Dangerous Propaganda About the Risks of GM Potatoes One man had the courage to speak out in 1998 about the risks associated with genetically modified foods.
Aug 01, 2018 · “It’s a quagmire of crap,” says Charles Long, who studies livestock diseases at Texas A&M University, when asked about genetically engineered animals getting regulatory approval in the US. Long, too, is using transgenic technologies to create solutions to farm animal diseases.
He was awarded a grant to establish a safety protocol for GMO foods with his 20-member research team. He never expected to find anything wrong with the GMO potatoes studied, but he did. Within days of publishing the team's findings, he was dismissed from the position he had held for decades.
Oct 17, 2012 · Jeff Smith’s book, Seeds of Deception, compiles 20 years of data on the health risks of genetically modified foods from scientists such as Arpad Pusztai and Trudy Netherwood who reported that feeding GMO food to laboratory animals resulted in thousands of sick, sterile and dead laboratory animals.
Aug 26, 2018 · Despite all the clamor about GMO foods, only 10 GMO crops are commercially approved in the U.S.: field and sweet corn, soybeans, cotton, canola, alfalfa, sugar beets, papaya, squash, potatoes and ...
-scientists investigate the natural world using inductive reasoning and experimentation eg. 2001: mapped entire human DNA sequence --> history and evolution of human genome, diagnosis, treatment and prevention of diseases-not all scientists have to experiment to contribute to research knowledge eg.
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