QWhy doesn't Monsanto let INDEPENDENT not industry owned scientists study their GMO seeds?

Why doesn't Monsanto let INDEPENDENT not industry owned scientists study their GMO seeds?

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Independent researchers can do testing on our products.  In fact, there have been hundreds of studies on GMOs performed by independent scientists.  Please see additional information that I provided in response to a similar question on GMO Answers: http://gmoanswers.com/ask/i-learned-practical-experience-order-get-job-monsanto-or-do-any-research-supported-monsanto-or.

Posted on September 5, 2017
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Posted on June 28, 2017
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Posted on June 28, 2017
No. MSG, monosodium glutamate, is a chemical additive, certainly not a GMO.
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