\ February 26, 2016 /
WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. — Many people are concerned about genetically modified organisms, especially when it comes to their food. Purdue researchers found out what life would be like without GMO foods.
To some people, genetically modified organisms represent a scary technology.
“You’re taking a gene from one organism and you’re putting it in another organism,” explained Purdue professor of Agricultural Science Wally Tyner. “It’s not something that people understand.”
However, Tyner said what scientists understand about GMOs aren’t scary at all.
“All of the scientific evidence, so far is that it’s not a problem,” said Tyner.
He said what could be a problem, is what would happen to the United States if GMOs were banned from the country.
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