Boston University School of Law
We stand at the threshold of a new century that will bring novel methods of producing foods, industrial materials, pharmaceuticals, and other products important to society and industry.2 Today's session will, therefore, address a subject of great importance: the introduction of genetically modified crops, livestock, micro-organisms, and other substances into agriculture and related fields, made possible by American and foreign corporate biotechnology.
Michael S. Baram, Calestuous Juma, Sheldon Krimsky & Rufus King,
Transgenic Agriculture: Biosafety and International Trade
Boston University Journal of Science & Technology Law
Available at: https://scholarship.law.bu.edu/faculty_scholarship/3247