Florencia Daud

2017 AsiaGlobal Fellow

Florencia Daud, a 2017 AsiaGlobal Fellow, is a lawyer from Argentina specializing in bioethics. She obtained her master’s degree from the University of Bologna and was awarded a Chevening scholarship to attend the London School of Economics. She has worked as a legal advisor to an Argentinean congresswoman, and at an interdisciplinary ethics committee in Buenos Aires. She is currently working on her PhD.

Articles by Florencia Daud


Cloned Food on Your Plate?

Thursday, February 22, 2018

Since the practice of cloning farm animals is under-regulated in countries like Argentina, Brazil, and the US, European supermarkets may be selling meat and dairy products produced from clones, despite EU banning. With better regulation at both national and global levels, more accurate data could be produced to enhance transparency and traceability.