You are logged in as an admin user. This page is cached for performance until Sun, 03 Jul 2022 17:14:18 GMT. Preview latest contents by clicking Refresh.
Logout

CRISPR, Gene Editing, and the Future of Food

What:
Panel
When:
11:00 AM, Saturday 17 Feb 2018 (1 hour)
Where:
Carlton
How:
Discussion:
0
Clustered regularly interspaced short palindromic repeats (CRISPR) techniques for gene editing are said to find wide application in the food industry, raising the possibility of food that won’t spoil so fast. Or pigs that carry less harmful fat. Such genetically modified organisms (GMOs) carry considerable promise — plus a fat load of questions about possible consequences. Let’s talk about the future of food.
Moderator
Participant
Writer, Musician
Participant
Document specialist
Participant
Mysterion
Editor
Participant

Share this