The human laboratory

A photographic examination of the dangers of genetic engineering

Genetic engineering is no longer in its infancy and is now, more than ever, prevalent in our day-to-day lives. Many medical treatments used today use genetic modifications. The food industry

has promised the optimisation of the characteristics and quality of groceries. Industrial processes like cheese maturing, meat and livestock production, beer brewing and milk production have been optimised for more efficiency, by applying the results of genetic engineering. More and more

we consume genetically modified food on a daily basis, but the dangers of these developments have seldom been sufficiently researched.

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