Rutgers scientists have discovered something new from corn plants that can benefit millions of people especially in the third world countries. Scientists at Rutgers genetically modified corn to increase nutritional value of corn. The scientists studied most corn products lacked methionine, which is an amino acid. The article talks about methionine and how its important and is one of the nine essential amino acids which people get their from daily food diet. Another similar study was done by the PMC on increasing the nutrients in corn. Methionine is needed for tissues repair, it helps with the tone of the skin and hair and also strengthens nails. There is sulfur in methionine which protects human cells from pollutants. Scientists have been adding billions of dollars of synthetic methionine, which lacks in the natural corn. Rutgers scientists injected E. coli gene into the corn. This spurred the methionine into just the leaves of the corn plant and not the whole plant and it increased the methionine in the corn plant by 57 percent. The article was very short and some what not interesting at all. The concept that the scientists are discussing is amazing because it could lead to less hunger in the world, but they don't talk about what it could lead to or what exactly what they did. Or else this discovery could lead to millions of dollars saved and not being spent on artificial and not natural methionine and instead natural methionine to be produced and used.