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Case Study 2: Genetically Modified organisms (GMOs)

Genetically modified organisms (GMO) are the product of advanced biotechnology and are non-naturally occurring plants, animals and microorganisms whose genomes have been altered intentionally and artificially.

The modification is typically achieved by inserting a gene from another, often unrelated, organism into the DNA of the host, with the intention of introducing a new trait. Despite their numerous applications, commonly GMOs are most frequently associated with crops and foods.

The Case Study factsheet can be downloaded HERE

The full Case Study can be downloaded HERE

Not one opinion over more than a decade of debate has been rooted into scientific evidence, findings, or understandings without connecting these underlying values and attitudes. Instead, it was everything else, resulting in legislative provisions that equates scientific evidence of threat to any other source of information.


Case Study 2: Genetically Modified organisms (GMOs)

Genetically modified organisms (GMO) are the product of advanced biotechnology and are non-naturally occurring plants, animals and microorganisms whose genomes have been altered intentionally and artificially.

The modification is typically achieved by inserting a gene from another, often unrelated, organism into the DNA of the host, with the intention of introducing a new trait. Despite their numerous applications, commonly GMOs are most frequently associated with crops and foods.

The Case Study factsheet can be downloaded HERE

The full Case Study can be downloaded HERE

Not one opinion over more than a decade of debate has been rooted into scientific evidence, findings, or understandings without connecting these underlying values and attitudes. Instead, it was everything else, resulting in legislative provisions that equates scientific evidence of threat to any other source of information.


Case Study 2: Genetically Modified organisms (GMOs)

Genetically modified organisms (GMO) are the product of advanced biotechnology and are non-naturally occurring plants, animals and microorganisms whose genomes have been altered intentionally and artificially.

The modification is typically achieved by inserting a gene from another, often unrelated, organism into the DNA of the host, with the intention of introducing a new trait. Despite their numerous applications, commonly GMOs are most frequently associated with crops and foods.

The Case Study factsheet can be downloaded HERE

The full Case Study can be downloaded HERE

Not one opinion over more than a decade of debate has been rooted into scientific evidence, findings, or understandings without connecting these underlying values and attitudes. Instead, it was everything else, resulting in legislative provisions that equates scientific evidence of threat to any other source of information.


Case Study 2: Genetically Modified organisms (GMOs)

Genetically modified organisms (GMO) are the product of advanced biotechnology and are non-naturally occurring plants, animals and microorganisms whose genomes have been altered intentionally and artificially.

The modification is typically achieved by inserting a gene from another, often unrelated, organism into the DNA of the host, with the intention of introducing a new trait. Despite their numerous applications, commonly GMOs are most frequently associated with crops and foods.

The Case Study factsheet can be downloaded HERE

The full Case Study can be downloaded HERE

Not one opinion over more than a decade of debate has been rooted into scientific evidence, findings, or understandings without connecting these underlying values and attitudes. Instead, it was everything else, resulting in legislative provisions that equates scientific evidence of threat to any other source of information.


Case Study 2: Genetically Modified organisms (GMOs)

Genetically modified organisms (GMO) are the product of advanced biotechnology and are non-naturally occurring plants, animals and microorganisms whose genomes have been altered intentionally and artificially.

The modification is typically achieved by inserting a gene from another, often unrelated, organism into the DNA of the host, with the intention of introducing a new trait. Despite their numerous applications, commonly GMOs are most frequently associated with crops and foods.

The Case Study factsheet can be downloaded HERE

The full Case Study can be downloaded HERE

Not one opinion over more than a decade of debate has been rooted into scientific evidence, findings, or understandings without connecting these underlying values and attitudes. Instead, it was everything else, resulting in legislative provisions that equates scientific evidence of threat to any other source of information.


Case Study 2: Genetically Modified organisms (GMOs)

Genetically modified organisms (GMO) are the product of advanced biotechnology and are non-naturally occurring plants, animals and microorganisms whose genomes have been altered intentionally and artificially.

The modification is typically achieved by inserting a gene from another, often unrelated, organism into the DNA of the host, with the intention of introducing a new trait. Despite their numerous applications, commonly GMOs are most frequently associated with crops and foods.

The Case Study factsheet can be downloaded HERE

The full Case Study can be downloaded HERE

Not one opinion over more than a decade of debate has been rooted into scientific evidence, findings, or understandings without connecting these underlying values and attitudes. Instead, it was everything else, resulting in legislative provisions that equates scientific evidence of threat to any other source of information.


Case Study 2: Genetically Modified organisms (GMOs)

Genetically modified organisms (GMO) are the product of advanced biotechnology and are non-naturally occurring plants, animals and microorganisms whose genomes have been altered intentionally and artificially.

The modification is typically achieved by inserting a gene from another, often unrelated, organism into the DNA of the host, with the intention of introducing a new trait. Despite their numerous applications, commonly GMOs are most frequently associated with crops and foods.

The Case Study factsheet can be downloaded HERE

The full Case Study can be downloaded HERE

Not one opinion over more than a decade of debate has been rooted into scientific evidence, findings, or understandings without connecting these underlying values and attitudes. Instead, it was everything else, resulting in legislative provisions that equates scientific evidence of threat to any other source of information.


Case Study 2: Genetically Modified organisms (GMOs)

Genetically modified organisms (GMO) are the product of advanced biotechnology and are non-naturally occurring plants, animals and microorganisms whose genomes have been altered intentionally and artificially.

The modification is typically achieved by inserting a gene from another, often unrelated, organism into the DNA of the host, with the intention of introducing a new trait. Despite their numerous applications, commonly GMOs are most frequently associated with crops and foods.

The Case Study factsheet can be downloaded HERE

The full Case Study can be downloaded HERE

Not one opinion over more than a decade of debate has been rooted into scientific evidence, findings, or understandings without connecting these underlying values and attitudes. Instead, it was everything else, resulting in legislative provisions that equates scientific evidence of threat to any other source of information.


Case Study 2: Genetically Modified organisms (GMOs)

Genetically modified organisms (GMO) are the product of advanced biotechnology and are non-naturally occurring plants, animals and microorganisms whose genomes have been altered intentionally and artificially.

The modification is typically achieved by inserting a gene from another, often unrelated, organism into the DNA of the host, with the intention of introducing a new trait. Despite their numerous applications, commonly GMOs are most frequently associated with crops and foods.

The Case Study factsheet can be downloaded HERE

The full Case Study can be downloaded HERE

Not one opinion over more than a decade of debate has been rooted into scientific evidence, findings, or understandings without connecting these underlying values and attitudes. Instead, it was everything else, resulting in legislative provisions that equates scientific evidence of threat to any other source of information.


Case Study 2: Genetically Modified organisms (GMOs)

Genetically modified organisms (GMO) are the product of advanced biotechnology and are non-naturally occurring plants, animals and microorganisms whose genomes have been altered intentionally and artificially.

The modification is typically achieved by inserting a gene from another, often unrelated, organism into the DNA of the host, with the intention of introducing a new trait. Despite their numerous applications, commonly GMOs are most frequently associated with crops and foods.

The Case Study factsheet can be downloaded HERE

The full Case Study can be downloaded HERE

Not one opinion over more than a decade of debate has been rooted into scientific evidence, findings, or understandings without connecting these underlying values and attitudes. Instead, it was everything else, resulting in legislative provisions that equates scientific evidence of threat to any other source of information.


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