A Conversation About Innovation in Food & Agriculture
We're not far off from tasty foods and nutritious foods never being at odds with one another. Gene editing could help make these foods more appealing to kids.
But come September, New York City will be privy to the most transformative menu yet—and at the hand of a surprising source, no less: The United Nations.
Although cereal crops face climate attacks every day, scientists have gene editing technology at their disposal to ensure we can feed 10 billion people in 2050.