Science, Food, and Public Perception Doug Buhler, director, MSU AgBioResearch, and assistant vice president for research and innovation Many people rely on information from friends, family, and people who share their opinions on science, technology and food. By the same token, we scientists tend to stay in our comfort zones while lamenting the emotion-driven, fact-lite arguments against GMOs and other modern technology. I suggest that it is time for scientists to emerge from our bubbles and to listen to and engage in clear and thoughtful conversations with our critics.
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