April 25, 2007


Many people who use the terms “biotechnology,” “genetic engineering,” and “genetically modified” don’t know what they’re talking about. Literally. Confusion about the terminology has led to the stigmatization of superior techniques by unscrupulous NGOs and some government officials, worthless conferences and reports, and poorly conceived experiments performed in the name of “biotechnology risk assessment.”

And this is costing lives. Read the whole thing.

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