Good Enough to Eat?: Next Generation GM Crops (Paperback)
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How are genetically modified (GM) crops created and why? How will crops evolve in future with scientists using new gene editing tools? Ian Godwin, a professor in plant molecular genetics, explores these questions in a fun and accessible style in Good Enough to Eat. The book delves into the social, political, and philosophical arguments for and against GM crops as well as the science behind them and puts this knowledge into the context of global food security and sustainability. Godwin interviews biologists and farmers, nutritionists and activists along the way.