Americans support genetically engineering animals for people’s health

But survey respondents weren’t OK with tweaking animal genes for looks and convenience

glowing aquarium fish

FISHY WORK In a poll of American’s attitudes toward genetically tweaking animals, three out of four respondents said introducing genes to make aquarium fish like these glow was “taking technology too far.”

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