Who is driving biotechnology acceptance?

Incentives and strategies of key players in the global food industry may be driving public acceptance of agrobiotechnology as much as consumer attitudes.

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Kalaitzandonakes, N., Bijman, J. Who is driving biotechnology acceptance?. Nat Biotechnol 21, 366–369 (2003). https://doi.org/10.1038/nbt0403-366

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