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GMO Critics Get Their Say
Chris Clayton DTN Ag Policy Editor
Mon Sep 15, 2014 09:00 AM CDT

OMAHA (DTN) -- Some of the most vocal critics of genetically engineered crops will get a spotlight shined on them this week in Washington, D.C., as the National Research Council holds two days of hearings as part of the group's latest review of crop biotechnology.

It's an unusual open-door venue for the National Research Council, the operating arm of the National Academy of Sciences. The NRC prides itself as a prestigious science institution set up to provide expert studies to the nation's policymakers. Currently, NRC is taking another look at biotech crops in a report expected out in 2016. NRC ...

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