(Reposted from Oregon’s Agricultural Progress)
In spring of 2014 the dean of OSU’s College of Agricultural Sciences charged a faculty committee to review and summarize key considerations related to genetically engineered (GE) organisms. The committee chose five topics that engaged faculty expertise and that reflected public interest regarding GE organisms in agriculture.
Committee members drafted these white papers as a service to the public for the purpose of providing information from several scientific perspectives. These papers have been reviewed by all committee members and are intended to help inform public conversations about genetically engineered organisms in agriculture. Click each title to download a PDF.