Public perception influences success of GM products

Public perception influences success of GM products

THE success of agricultural biotechnology depends as much on consumer acceptance of genetically modified (GM) products as it does on the ability to create them, according to William K. Hallman, professor and chair of the department of human ecology at Rutgers University.

Hallman spoke at the 2016 Joint Animal Meeting of the American Society of Animal Science and American Dairy Science Assn. in Salt Lake City, Utah.

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