New Breeding Techniques: inherent risks and the need to regulate
3 Dec 2015
Dr Ricarda A Steinbrecher considers the seven new genetic engineering techniques often referred to as “New Breeding Techniques”. She explains why they share many of the problems of older GM techniques but also bring their own set of risks and uncertainties. She presents the scientific case for classifying all of these techniques as GM and regulating their use with as much rigour as previous and current GM techniques.
This is a scientific briefing from GM Freeze member organisation, EcoNexus, www.econexus.info