UC Irvine Hosts Panel on GMO Foods Monday

Ever scared of what you're eating? Or worried about what modern farming is doing to the Earth? Maybe you just think Monsanto is a piece of shit?

Well, this coming Monday, March 10, you can watch five experts weigh in on genetically modified foods and how they effect, well, just about everything.


UC Irvine School of Law will be hosting a panel put together by the Center for Land, Environmental, and Natural Resources on campus from 5 to 7 p.m. Topics of discussion will include the economic, intellectual property, human health, environmental, and political benefits and risks of GMO foods. The event is open to the public, but UCI asks that you preregister.

For more information, check out the UC Irvine event page here.

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