Genetic Science - Extended Interviews
|Kevin Folta, Ph.DRunning Time: 0:31:00|
Dr. Folta provides a primer on genetic engineering particularly with regard to genetically modified agricultural crops and the controversy surrounding them. He makes a strong case for needed attitudinal changes towards the safety and benefits of genetic engineering and gene editing.
|Alison van Eenennaam, Ph.DRunning Time: 0:28:00|
Dr. van Eenennaam lays out the differences between genomics, gene engineering and gene editing. Her focus is on animal genetics and its life-saving possibility for Third World Countries.
|William Muir, Ph.DRunning Time: 0:44:00|
Dr. Muir focus is on the role genetic manipulation is going to play in agricultural sustainability. He then deals with how to move genetic research breakthroughs in the lab to ranchers and farmers.
|Torbert Rocheford, Ph.DRunning Time: 0:12:00|
Dr. Rocheford tells us the remarkable story of his invention of nutritionally advantaged orange corn using standardized hybridization techniques.
|Subjects||Science, Agriculture, Biology, Chemistry, Economics|
|Produced By||Ambrose Video Publishing Inc./Centre Communications|
|Copyright||©2018 Ambrose Video Publishing|
|Grade Levels||10th Grade through Post Secondary|
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