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Biotechnology Challenges: Michele Morgante - World Science Day 2010, Venice. ©UNESCO Venice 2010
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Biotechnology Challenges: Michele Morgante - World Science Day 2010, Venice

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To the question: Are genetically modified organisms (GMO) a concern for humanity and which are the challenges of biotechnology? Prof. Morgante, from the University of Udine, replies that “GMO are first an opportunity and secondly a concern. As any new technology it needs to be carefully examined, to be evaluated for possible consequences, socially, economically and ecologically.”

on this subject: UNESCO Venice Office

Place/Country: UNESCO Venice Office
Type: Interview
Credits: Michele Morgante, interviewee. UNESCO Venice, producer.
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