GENET Thread Index

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Last updated: Fri Aug 04 04:25:04 100
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  • 3-Food: Memorandum "Stop dumping GE food!", GENETNL
  • 7-Business: How important is genetic engineering to European seed firms?, GENETNL
  • 2-Plants: More on GE vitamin A rice and tomato plants, GENETNL
  • 8-Misc: Brazil court foils Monsanto again on GM soybeans, GENETNL
  • 2-Plants: More on GE contaminated corn in France, GENETNL
  • Patents on Life:- Council of Europe calls for moratorium, Stephen Emmott
  • 8-Misc: Indigenous Peoples critical of the Human Genome Project, GENETNL
  • 4-Patents: Controversy on gene test patents at US genetic testing advisory panel, GENETNL
  • 4-Patents: G8 meeting takes position against patentability of human genes, GENETNL
  • 8-Misc: Human genom projects reveal "the language that allowed God to create life.", GENETNL
  • 8-Misc: Campaign Against Human Genetic Engineering: Documents (1), GENETNL
  • 8-Misc: Campaign Against Human Genetic Engineering: Documents (2), GENETNL
  • 2-Plants: US data on GE crop planting in 1999 and 2000, GENETNL
  • 5-Animals: UK firm uses gene targeting to create cloned lambs, GENETNL
  • 3-Food: Chinese agencies will increase GE food testing, GENETNL
  • 8-Misc: NGO report on GE situation in Finland, GENETNL
  • 6-Regulation: Tasmania bans GM crop trials, GENETNL
  • 4. Patents:Commission Publication on Directive 98/44, Stephen Emmott
  • 8-Misc: GE-patent holding Members of the Finnish Board for Gene Technology to be replaced, GENETNL
  • 6-Regulation: No commercial GMO planting the Bulgarian Parliament was promised, GENETNL
  • 4-Patents: Second call for support of protest action against EU Patent Directive, GENETNL
  • 2-Plants: China sees future in GM crops - increasing doubts in other Asian countries, GENETNL
  • 2-Plants: Greece goes to destroy GE-contaninated cotton fields, GENETNL
  • 8-Misc: South African NGO call for a 5-year-freeze on GE food and farming (1), GENETNL
  • 8-Misc: South African NGO call for a 5-year-freeze on GE food and farming (2), GENETNL
  • 2-Plants: First GE-pharma-crop in sight - curing food-born illness in the US, GENETNL
  • 6-Regulation: European GMO regulation: A victim of biopolitics?, GENETNL
  • 3-Food: Wheat industry promises to segregate biotech wheat, GENETNL
  • 2-Plants: US promotion of agbiotech in CEE and ex-Soviet, Peter Einarsson
  • Mail Out 77 (part I), fkoechlin
  • MailOut 77 (part II), fkoechlin
  • 8-Misc: vacant position for an editor, Antje Lorch
  • No Subject, Antje Lorch
  • 3-Food: Brazil ban on GM foods seen firm as divisions fester, GENETNL
  • 3-Food: GE-supporting US food company backs off biotech, GENETNL
  • 2-Plants: Will perfect GE-lawn will rescue Monsanto?, GENETNL
  • 8-Misc: Ukrainian NGOs calling for a national GMO moratium, GENETNL
  • 8-Misc: CEE NGOs oppose U.S. budget proposol on GE agriculture aid, GENETNL
  • GENET mail out 10/00, GENETNL
  • 3-Food: EU (1): Strong support for GE feed labelling in Italy, GENETNL
  • 2-Plants: EU (2): Greece urges tighter EU controls on gene crops, GENETNL
  • 2-Plants: EU (3): France will work for stronger environmental laws during EU presidency, GENETNL
  • 6-Regulation: EU (4): European Commission regards GMO moratorium as illegal, GENETNL
  • 6-Regulation: EU (5): European Commission calls for "science based" GE approval system, GENETNL
  • 6 regulation: Moratorium and the Environment Council, Stephen Emmott
  • 8-Misc: U.S. steps up GE campaign in the Philippines, GENETNL
  • 6-Regulation: 14% of all GE experiments illegal: New Zealand stops GE research, GENETNL
  • 'No control on life!' - Mail-out 78, GENETNL
  • 2-Plants: New movements in Brazil's GE struggle, GENETNL
  • 6-Regulation: Advanta calls for clear EU laws on GE thresholds in seed, GENETNL
  • 3-Food: Consumer groups urge G8 moratorium on GM food, GENETNL
  • 8-Misc: Cancer study deemphasizes genes' role, GENETNL
  • 8-Misc: Will genetics revolutionize medicine?, GENETNL
  • 2-Plants: Italy needs "GM-free culture", minister says, GENETNL
  • 3-Food: Labelling threshold planned for GE food regulation of Australia and New Zealand, GENETNL
  • 3-Food: GM food accord hard to swallow at Japan OECD summit, GENETNL
  • 3-Food: US NGOs call on Campbell Soup to become GE-free, GENETNL
  • 8-Misc: Preamble and GE-paragraphs from G8 Communiqué, GENETNL
  • 2-Plants: Indian Government approves large-scale Bt-cotton trials, GENETNL
  • 4-Animals: Cancer peril of animal organ transplants, GENETNL
  • 2-Plants: Cover-up of Monsanto's illegal Bt-cotton trials in India, GENETNL
  • 8-Misc: G8 calls on science in renewed GM food fight, GENETNL
  • 2-Plants: Tasmania declares GM crops as forbidden pests, GENETNL
  • 3-Food: Australian doctors and scientists remain divided over GE food risks, GENETNL
  • 2-Plants: USDA background paper on terminator technology, GENETNL
  • 3-Food: Russia won't buy U.S. biotech crops, GENETNL
  • 8-Misc: Global industrial anti-climate coalition seems to break up, GENETNL
  • 3-Food: "Food production keeps pace" with population growth FAO predicts, GENETNL
  • 2-Plant: Canadian GE scientist puts natioal flax exports to Europe at risk, GENETNL
  • 6-Regulation: Confidential business information takes priority of public biosafety information in Canada, GENETNL
  • 8-Misc: DuPont unit "optimistic" on GMOs in Europe, GENETNL
  • 5-Animals: New Zealand approves GE cattle - FAO demands GE feed labelling, GENETNL
  • 6-Regulation: BIO applauds dismissal of Greenpeace lawsuit against Bt crops, GENETNL
  • 2-Plants: Switzerland approves Monsanto GM maize variety, GENETNL
  • 3-Food: German study finds GM material often in store food, GENETNL
  • 5-Animals: Brazil's northeast unloads GM corn from Argentina, GENETNL
  • GENET takes a break, GENETNL

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