Pioneers of bioengineering deserve their recognition

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  • Updated: October 15, 2013 - 6:49 PM

There’s controversy because two recipients of the World Food Prize now work for corporations, but their research was developed in academia and has made a world of difference.

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englup01Oct. 17, 1312:00 PM

These people deserve a Nobel prize. I am shocked that I am the only comment on this article. Most people must think this is boring but ending world hunger deserves much more recognition.

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gpratt49Oct. 17, 13 4:30 PM

I am sorry to give a link, but here is another perspective. I respectfully disagree with the authors and think that perhaps they have sold out to big agriculture. We try to go organic whenever possible. http://www.ucsusa.org/food_and_agriculture/our-failing-food-system/genetic-engineering/failure-to-yield.html

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