If you've ever wanted to get the real poop about genetically engineered food, you should attend a great event Tuesday out in Geneva.
Check this out:
Jaffe, the director of the Project on Biotechnology for the Center for
Science in the Public Interest, will present a public talk titled
“Busting the Myths About Genetically Engineered Foods.” His talk is at 3 p.m. April 9 in Jordan Hall Auditorium at the New York State Agricultural Experiment Station on West North Geneva Street in Geneva.
The event is free and open to the public.
Jaffe's talk is based on his article in February's "The Atlantic." An international expert on agricultural
biotechnology and biosafety, he has published numerous articles and
reports on those topics. He has worked on biosafety regulatory issues in
the U.S. and throughout the world.
He has a bachelor's degree in government and biology from Wesleyan University and a law degree from Harvard.