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Stop worrying; start growing. Risk research on GM crops is a dead parrot: it is time to start reaping the benefits of GM.

Fagerström T, Dixelius C, Magnusson U, Sundström JF - EMBO Rep. (2012)

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Affiliation: Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Uppsala, Sweden. torbjorn.fagerstrom@slu.se

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Opponents of genetically modified crops continue to raise concerns about risk, despite 20 years of research disproving their claims. Science should close the book on risk research and turn to studying the economic and environmental benefits of agricultural biotechnology

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Christina Dixelius
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Stop worrying; start growing. Risk research on GM crops is a dead parrot: it is time to start reaping the benefits of GM.

Fagerström T, Dixelius C, Magnusson U, Sundström JF - EMBO Rep. (2012)

Christina Dixelius
© Copyright Policy - open-access
Related In: Results  -  Collection

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illus3: Christina Dixelius

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Uppsala, Sweden. torbjorn.fagerstrom@slu.se

ABSTRACT

Opponents of genetically modified crops continue to raise concerns about risk, despite 20 years of research disproving their claims. Science should close the book on risk research and turn to studying the economic and environmental benefits of agricultural biotechnology

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