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Lecture "142 Nobel Laureates support GMOs" by Richard J. Roberts

ICGEB, Trieste - May 23, 2019   [ Video ]    [ Slides ]


It's a pleasure to be here, especially to talk about one of the great achievements of genetic engineering, namely something that goes by the name of GMOs in Europe and around the world and in fact it's really a misnomer I'm sure all of you are aware that almost everything that surrounds you and you eat every day is actually genetically modified in some way ... and the latest advances that go under the rubric of GMO are really just the next advance in a way that we can improve plants, animals and everything around us.  I'm sure many of you have dogs.  Every dog has been genetically modified.  There is no such thing as a non-genetically-modified dog.


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