Science and society

“Enhancing Agricultural Resilience: The Potential Benefits, Concerns, and Implications of Gene Editing Technologies for Drought-Tolerant Crops”

Please fix my argumentative essay this is the question what are the potential benefits, concerns, and implications of using gene editing technologies to develop drought-tolerant crops for enhancing agricultural resilience?
-answer the question directly and clearly -shows clear knowledge of the essay pack as well as an depth clear analysis and critical thinking -also if possible can you improve the introduction,thesis statement, and conclusion -make sure that it’s coherent & cohesion
-that is has no grammar mistakes, good lexical language -that all material present is correct and all the evidence from the resource has been used correctly and nothing from the evidence from resource need misunderstood
– make sure whatever you use from the resource highlight it and make sure there is a secondary citation if need and – ⁠the referencing is Harvard and the citation is always Harvard with adding pages used to the information make sure this list clear please use the resources provide  from me  This is the marking criteria
1. Research Initiative and Awareness of Academic Conventions 20%
• Incorporation of, and accurate reference to, a range of relevant and appropriate source materials/ statistical data
• Ability to use and reference quotations, paraphrases, footnotes (where appropriate), and to use references/bibliographies following the UPC course guidelines of the Harvard referencing system, and appendices (where appropriate)
• Appropriate academic presentation of work: cover page, contents page, layout of main text, visuals, graphics, reference list and appendices
2. Text Organisation and Cohesion 20%
• Clear overall structure of the writing: introduction, main body and conclusion. Logical paragraph development with clear topic/ main idea in each paragraph
• Aims and objectives of the project should be clearly stated in the introduction
• Paragraphs and ideas effectively linked, use of grammatical and lexical cohesive devices
• Use of subheadings (where appropriate)
3. Content 40%
• Analysis of key scientific related issue, with clear relevance to society
• Support of key issues with relevant data presented appropriately
• Inclusion of definitions of non-standard terms (if required)
• Sufficient inclusion of analysis and supporting arguments to address the topic
• The writer’s voice is present to critically analyse / evaluate the ideas
• Explanation, analysis, clarification and argumentation has been successfully used to address the research question
• Information drawn from appropriate sources
• Information presented has been effectively synthesized / paraphrased / summarised
• Clear awareness of audience
4. Register, Style, Lexis and Grammatical Accuracy 20%
• Appropriate academic register; expression of caution or lack of certainty
• Analytical and objective approach as opposed to impressionistic and subjective
• Formal and appropriate academic style; avoidance of features of more informal spoken language
• Appropriate range of specialised vocabulary, appropriate to the academic field
• Definitions and explanations provided where necessary
• Level of accuracy of full range of grammatical features: tenses, concord, word order, prepositions, accurate spelling and punctuation
• Ability to use a range of grammatical structures • Consistency of register, style, lexis and grammatical accuracy