Vivian Zhong is a Ph.D. candidate in the bioengineering at Stanford University, where she genetically engineers plants and microbes with an eye toward furthering sustainable agriculture. Vivian is part of the leadership team of Stanford Scientists Speak Up and is a member of the Stanford Science Policy Group. She holds out hope that she can make a positive, tangible impact through engagement in science policy.
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Meeting Agricultural Sustainability Goals by Increasing Federal Funding for Research on Genetically Engineered Organisms
The U.S. should increase funding on genetically-engineered organisms to power agricultural sustainability and resiliency.
03.24.23 | 10 min read