GENET Thread Index

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Last updated: Thu Aug 31 04:25:03 100
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  • 6-regulation: Greenpeace & organic farmers to continue legal challenge on GE crops, Barbara.Kuepper
  • 2-Plants: USDA refuses to abandon terminator technology, GENETNL
  • 7-Business: From boom to bust in three seasons - the rapid rise and fall of GE markets, GENETNL
  • 2-Plants: Do Asian farmers need blast-resistant GE rice?, GENETNL
  • 3-Food: South Korean food processor stops using GE soybeans, GENETNL
  • 2-Plants: Mediterranean countries act against GE crops, GENETNL
  • 6-Regulation: Australia and New Zealand adopted strict GE food labelling law, GENETNL
  • 8: Discussion on Patents in Germany, Christoph.Then
  • 8-Misc: A geneticistÔs view of the dangers of GM, GENETNL
  • 2-Plants: Some scientific thoughts on the principle of substantial equivalence, GENETNL
  • 6-Regulation: New web page on national biosafety frameworks in CEE countries, GENETNL
  • 7-Business: Will Monsanto's "Bottom-Line Booster Guarantee" and Gidding's anti-cancer broccoli rescue GE-agriculture?, GENETNL
  • 2-Plants: Critical Canadian opinion column on Golden Rice, GENETNL
  • 6-Regulation: Aventis breached Australia's biosafety recommendations, GENETNL
  • 2-Plants: U.S. EPA launches comprehensive review of Bt crop, GENETNL
  • 6-Regulation: Monsanto biotech seeds blocked by Brazil court, GENETNL
  • mail-out 79: No control on life!, Florianne Koechlin
  • 4-Patents: Canadian court in favor for patent on onco-mouse, GENETNL
  • 2-Plants: Canadian farmers have to fight herbicide resistant weed-canola, GENETNL
  • 3-Food: Japanese and Canadian polls on consumers and GE food, GENETNL
  • 3-Food: US grain handlers see daunting task in separating GMOs, GENETNL
  • 2-Plants: Increasing agricultural diversity in rice decreases susceptibility for devastating fungus, GENETNL
  • 6-Regulation: U.S. biotech food rules likely to get tighter, GENETNL
  • 7-Business: US trade prepares for segregation, GENETNL
  • 7-Business: Australia non-GM grains cash in winning trade hand, GENETNL
  • 3-Food: Little appetite seen for non-GM grains in Korea, GENETNL
  • 2-Plants: Monsanto develops RR-wheat - but who will buy it?, GENETNL
  • 4-Patents: UN body warns of conflicts between IPR and human rights, GENETNL
  • 2-Plants: New US study confirms risks of Bt-corn pollen for monarch butterflies, GENETNL
  • 5-Animals: GE salmon a scary prospect, GENETNL
  • 6-Regulation: How it happened that the US doesn't regulate biotech, GENETNL
  • 6-Regulation: Philippinian parlamentarian files GE food labelling law, GENETNL
  • 2-Plants: GE sweetpotatoes launched in Kenya, GENETNL
  • 8-Misc: Australian government starts investigation of all AventisÔ GE canola test sites, GENETNL
  • ECJ rejects Dutch opposition to patents directive, Gill Lacroix
  • Europabio reaction to monarch butterfly study, Gill Lacroix
  • Press: Dutch opposition/patents directive, Gill Lacroix
  • 8-Misc: New books on environmental protection and risk assessments, GENETNL
  • 4-Patents: US company Diversa gains rights over Alaskan genetic resources, GENETNL
  • 6-Regulation: US community barred GE crops from local land, GENETNL
  • 2-Plants: GE alwn is about to undermine the suburban male psyche, GENETNL
  • 8-Misc: World needs high-tech farming to feed itself, GENETNL
  • 6-Regulation: Scottish council overturns GM trial, GENETNL
  • 8-Misc: Rabobank launches code of conduct, Huib de Vriend
  • 7-Business: Rabobank publishes code of conduct regarding genetic modification, GENETNL
  • 2-Plants: Aventis says it can beat Tasmanian GE crop ban, GENETNL
  • 2-Plants: Australia launches program on environmental impacts of GMOs, GENETNL

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