I joined Monsanto in 1998 and have been involved in studying natural products chemistry and crop composition. In addition to approximately 70 scientific publications covering natural products chemistry, pharmaceutical drug discovery, and metabolomics, I am co-editor of two of the first books on metabolomics. I was also a co-founding director of the Metabolomics Society, which has grown into an international organization with over 600 members
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Posted On: Saturday, 8/17/2013 12:09 am
Answered By: George Harrigan, Science Fellow and Lead, Omics/Composition Outreach Platform, Monsanto, Wednesday, 5/28/2014 4:49 pm
A: Hi, thank you for your question. You might be interested to know that there are only eight GM crops currently grown in the United States: corn, soybeans, cotton, canola, alfalfa, sugar beets, papaya, and squash. We conduct composition studies for all GM crops that follow OECD guidelines. In order to provide a chart illustrating this we thought you might be interested in one of the remarkable GM success stories such as the development of GM papaya. The use of GM has been credited... Continue Reading
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