Gould discusses genetically engineered crops

Fred Gould in his garden

Fred Gould

As the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine release the report “Genetically Engineered Crops: Experience and Prospects,” the chair of the authoring committee says that NC State University can become a model for conducting advanced, trusted research in GE crop development.

Dr. Fred Gould, a William Neal Reynolds Professor of Entomology at NC State, chaired the 20-person committee that examined the evidence behind positive and negative claims about GE crops, and the research challenges that lie ahead. Find out more about the report and Gould’s perspective in NC State’s Abstract.


This post was originally published in College of Agriculture and Life Sciences News.

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