China’s Genetic Engineering

Mar 18, 2014

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All this week, Hawaii Public Radio is presenting a series we call “Genetically Engineered: Beyond Emotion.” While the United States has been on the front end of research and development of genetically modified crops, other countries have taken different paths. And when it comes to China, that path has gone in more than one direction. HPR’s Bill Dorman explains.

Read more about HPR's series on GMOs: 

GMOs in the USA

GMOs on Molokai

Dupont-Pioneer and its Waialua Neighbors

GMO in Waialua: The Future

Genetically Engineered Food: What do We Know?

Companies Cashing In: GMO Labeling Gains Momentum