Genetic Engineering — Its Global Benefits Now And Beyond

GMO Answers
Oct 27, 2017 · 6 min read
For thousands of years, genetic engineering has helped enhance our food supply, and the future of this innovative technology is no different (Image Credit: GMO Answers)
Golden rice (right) has the potential to help reduce VAD in the developing world. (Image Credit: Rob Wager)
A field of papayas, some that are resistant to PRSV and some that aren’t. (Image Credit: Rob Wager)
Cassava impacted by BSV (left) and GE cassava (right). (Image Credit: Rob Wager)

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