Food for Thought: Genetically Modified Nourishment 
Food for Thought: Genetically Modified Nourishment
by Harvard
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Date Added: March 7, 2015

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Harvard Medical School Office of Communications & External Relations

Since the early 90's when it was first produced in the US, the value of genetically modified (GM) food has been challenged and debated. In this Longwood Seminar, you will learn about how GM foods are produced and how the process may change in the future. The relative benefits and controversies surrounding GM foods as well as policy issues associated with their production are discussed. Faculty members knowledgeable about GM goods share what is known about the technology and how it may in time be used to address worldwide problems, such as hunger and disease.

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Harvard Medical School faculty members discuss topics ranging from meditation to aging in these mini-med school classes for the public.


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