Description

A BBC Radio 4 broadcast promoted by the release of Nuffield Council's report on public attitudes to genomic technologies; a discussion with myself and Danielle Hann, Director of Nuffield Council on the use and implications of biotechnology in farmed animals.  The public positioning being one that recognises the huge opportunity provided by genetic technologies but wanting to see applications to increase animal welfare, such as produce disease resistant animals, for a sustainable farming future.

Period10 Sep 2021

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Media contributions

  • TitlePublic Attitudes to Genomic Technologies
    Degree of recognitionInternational
    Media name/outletBBC Radio 4
    Media typeRadio
    Country/TerritoryUnited Kingdom
    Date10/09/21
    DescriptionA BBC Radio 4 broadcast promoted by the release of Nuffield Council's report on public attitudes to genomic technologies; a discussion with myself and Danielle Hann, Director of Nuffield Council on the use and implications of biotechnology in farmed animals.  The public positioning being one that recognises the huge opportunity provided by genetic technologies but wanting to see applications to increase animal welfare, such as produce disease resistant animals, for a sustainable farming future.
    PersonsBruce Whitelaw