Gene flow from genetically engineered crops to organic and conventional crops is a big agricultural concern.
By 2013, at least 90 percent of corn, cotton and soybeans planted in the U.S. were genetically engineered.
Human values play a large part in how genetically engineered crops are received by the public. But what does that mean?
In our current usage, genetically engineered (GE) refers more precisely to an organism whose genetic material has been altered by means of genetic engineering.
The safety of our food supply is critical. What are the food safety concerns with genetically engineered organisms?
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