The University of Guelph is closing down its active research on what could have become the first genetically modified food animal approved in the world. (Time: 12:11)
Transgenic animals have been genetically engineered to carry genes from other species. The biotech industry claims that through GM it can create larger sheep that grow more wool, cows that produce insulin in their milk and goats that produce spider silk for materials production.
Jeffrey Smith stops by UW Radio to discuss the questionable acts of the FDA regarding the pending approval of GM salmon. Sean and Jeffrey address the dangers of consuming GM salmon and the potential negative effects of GM salmon on the environment. (Time: 4:31)
Learn more how you can stop Frankenfish and the FDA approval of genetically engineered salmon by going to www.foodandwaterwatch.org/stop-frankenfish. (Time: 1:24)
A company in Massachusetts says it is close to receiving FDA approval to start selling genetically modified salmon – which would be the first transgenic animal sold in America for consumption. (Time: 34:40)
As a powerful corporate giant attempts to patent living genetic material, this film asks what the consequences are for mankind. (Time 42:46)