This new book edited by the former brazilian Ministry of Agrarian Development (currently Special Secretariat for Family Farming and Agrarian Development) compiles the omitted science in the approval of GM seeds

“Transgenic Crops: hazards and uncertainties” has a different format from the conventional ones that propose to present a bibliographic review of scientific publications related to a certain subject. It innovates by placing questions about aspects of the scientific debate on the genetic modification of living organisms for, subsequently, presenting a list of references opposed to the versions adopted by regulatory agencies such as the National Technical Biosafety Commission (CTNBio) and disclosed in marketing campaigns sponsored by the GM industry.