Food Prize winners: Science needed to fight hunger
DES MOINES (AP) — The winners of this year’s World Food Prize continued Wednesday to press their case that biotechnology research and innovation is necessary to keep food production in step with a growing world population.
The three scientists, recognized as pioneers in the development of genetically modified organisms, made their case to reporters at the three-day World Food Prize symposium underway in Des Moines.
They will share the $250,000 award that they are to receive in a ceremony at the Iowa Capitol on Thursday.
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