Students discuss, debate genetically modified foods

Students discuss, debate genetically modified foods

 

Genetically modified food is the focus of a discussion and debate by Central Wyoming College environmental science and forensics students as they host a public forum Thursday, Nov. 29 at 3 p.m. in room 171 of Main Hall.
 
The students discuss and debate engineered foods during this presentation, the second in a series entitled “Dine, Debate and Deliberate.”
 
The environmental science students discuss where foods come from, what happens to it along the way and why it matters, which is followed by a discussion with the forensics students. The presentation is followed by a “non-genetically modified light meal.”
 
The public is welcome to attend.
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