UK: GM meat on UK supermarket shelves within next 15 years, says Royal Society report
Within the next ten to fifteen years, genetically modified meat could hit UK supermarket shelves, predict researchers from the Royal Society . The 50-page report published yesterday by the society pointed to the increased importance of the use of genetic engineering in livestock rearing. It pointed out that the science can be used to increase animal welfare and should be subject to strict regulations and safety tests.
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