This interactive installation, on tour from the London Science Museum, encourages debate on the global food crisis and genetically modified (GM) crops.
It explores GM technology and the alternatives.
It brings together the latest scientific evidence to counterpose high yields of crops to the environmental and health damage they cause.
Do we need to produce more food, or just distribute it more evenly around the world?
Future Foods is on until 1 June, 10am-5pm. National Waterfront Museum, Maritime Quarter, Swansea, SA1 3RD. Free
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