CATO Institute hosts forum on agricultural biotechnology

On June 4, the CATO Institute hosted a spirited, educational forum discussing the benefits and drawbacks of agricultural biotechnology. The event featured three of the leading experts on the subject: Jon Entine, Founding Director of the Genetic Literacy Project; Dr. Kevin Folta, Interim Chair of the University of Florida’s Horticultural Sciences Department; and Karl Haro von Mogel, the Co-Founder of Biology Fortified, Inc. For those unfamiliar with the CATO Institute, it’s a public policy research organization (or, think tank) dedicated to independent, nonpartisan research on a wide range of policy issues. They had originally intended the event to be primarily a
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