China’s GM debate goes public, surprising scientists

SciDev.Net: A growing perception that the Chinese public is uneasy about genetically modified (GM) crops has led to a roundtable dialogue on GM crops between scientists and the general public. Scientists who participated in the dialogue -- held on the sidelines of the Communication and Dialogue of Agribiotech Symposium at Huazhong Agricultural University in October -- said it was the first time they had been made aware of the extent of the public's fears. Public opposition to GM crops has been growing......

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