By Amanda Maxham
From salmon, rice and bananas to corn, papaya and apples, the technology of genetic engineering has been improving the food we eat for over twenty years. Using our understanding of genetics, biologists have made precise and targeted changes to the genomes of plants to protect them from insects and weeds and to solve a myriad of other problems farmers have faced for years. Fortify yourself with facts about the incredible roster of “GMOs.”
This talk was recorded at the 2014 Objectivist Summer Conference in Las Vegas, NV.
(MP3 download, 54.60 MB)