Bugs in the System? Issues in the Science and Regulation of Genetically Modified Insects

Bugs in the System? Issues in the Science and Regulation of Genetically Modified Insects

Researchers are using biotechnology to develop genetically modified insects for a wide variety of purposes, including fighting insect-borne diseases like malaria and controlling destructive insect agricultural pests, but the federal government lacks a clear regulatory framework for reviewing environmental safety and other issues associated with GM insects, according to this report by the Pew Initiative on Food and Biotechnology.

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