UK: Royal Society report points to usefulness of GM animals in third world
A new report by the Royal Society claims that GM farm animals could be an important addition to third world farming. Animals have already been engineered to resist tropical illnesses, and scientists expect that animal disease-resistant herds could be created in the future. The Royal Society reports that funding in UK GM animal trials will increase, but stresses that such research should be backed by public funds and its conclusions made public.
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