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|Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs)|
While humans have been causing genetic modifications in organisms for thousands of years, new biotechnology tools are making this process faster, easier, and more direct. In this module you will learn how humans are using modern genetic engineering technology to make organisms express specific traits for a desired purpose, and will explore the potential positive and negative implications of these actions.
By the end of this module, you should be able to:
– Define what it means to be a genetically modified organism
– Describe modern genetic engineering practices
– Discuss the advantages and disadvantages of using modern genetic engineering practices to solve current challenges
This 3-minute video briefly explains ancient and modern means of genetic modification and gives some examples of GMOs.
This 11-minute video answers 10 commonly asked questions about GMOs.
This 26-minute video explores the pros and cons of genetically engineered crops, and what the future holds for research and regulations.
This site provides updated and fact-based information regarding different topics surrounding GMOs.
This special edition produced by a student-run organization at Harvard Graduate School of the Arts and Sciences contains short and well-researched articles concerning many different aspects of GMOS and the food chain. Each article contains links to scientific studies and articles that can be referenced if desired