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Genetically Modified Salmon: Frankenfish or the Future of Food?
By Margaret Tierney

Margaret TierneyI am a freshman at the University of Minnesota in the College of Biological Sciences. I plan to major in biology and hope to eventually become a physician. I am from Hermantown, MN, and in my free time I enjoy playing sports, being outside, and spending time with friends and family. I chose to do my digital story on genetically modified salmon because I was interested in food-related water issues and because, as a biology major, I was intrigued by the idea of genetically engineering salmon to grow faster.

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