“There are some people around the world who think religion and science shouldn’t get along. For some reason, they believe the men of the cloth should disagree with the men of lab coat.
They’ll be disappointed to learn that the Pontifical Academy of Sciences–an arm of the Vatican–has given its blessing to genetically modified crops. At a conference last month in Rome, it praised genetically modified food for having ‘great potential to improve the lives of the poor.’ This is a welcome marriage of religion and science–and two powerful forces joining for the betterment of society.”
Click here to read Terry’s comments from the BIO International Convention in Atlanta in May.