GENET Thread Index

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Last updated: Sat Jun 30 04:25:09 101
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  • 2-Plants: South Africa produced frist GE pearl millet, GENET
  • 2-Plants: US university study showed yield reduction in RR soy beans, GENET
  • 9-Misc: Scientific publisher plan to close free internet access to publications, GENET
  • 3-Food: US company invests in "consumer genetics", GENET
  • 4-Patents: Greenpeace and Miseroer filed objection against DuPont patent on natural maize, GENET
  • 5-Animals: Cubans have no qualms eating GE tilapia, GENET
  • 6-Regulation: Draft OAU model of national legislation on safety in biotechnology, GENET
  • 5-Animals: COMMENT on GENET-news "Cubans have no qualms eating GE tilapia", GENET
  • 6-Regulation: GM labelling must cover all food items, urges Chinese Academy of Medicine, GENET
  • 6-Regulation: US presses EU for changes in GE crop rules, GENET
  • 6-Regulations: EC proposal on traceability 'a licence to contaminate', GENET
  • 6-Regulation: West Australia ponders GE crop ban, GENET
  • 6-Regulation: Japanese NGO calls for LL-rice import ban, GENET
  • 6-Regulation: Sri Lankan debate on GE food ban, GENET
  • 2-Plants: GE plants produce silk proteins to replace DuPont's Kevlar, GENET
  • 2-Plants: German biosafety research showed ineffective containment of GE trials, GENET
  • 2-Plants: Non-GE, vitamin A rich sweet potatoes developed in the US, GENET
  • 2-Plants: South Africa/CGIAR developed non-GE maize with 30-50% higher yields, GENET
  • 2-Plants: US-German GE company funded by German Government, GENET
  • 9-Misc: Monsanto announces external biotech advisory council, GENET
  • 6-Regulation: Greenpeace applauds the Chinese government on tightening control on GMOs, GENET
  • 6-Regulation: Thai Ministry of Agriculture wants to continue GE field trials, GENET
  • 3-Food: Sri Lankan agricultural scientist in favour of "Gene Revolution", GENET
  • 7-Business: U.S. corn growers challenge logic of promoting biotechnology in foreign markets, GENET
  • 7-Business: U.S. wants to create APEC biotech forum, GENET
  • 3-Food: Belgium plans EU biotech food push, GENET
  • 4-Patents: Court rules Mycogen can continue patent suit against Monsanto, GENET
  • 3-Food: Debate over GM beer in Canada comes to a head, GENET
  • 3-Food: Canadians head to Japan to soothe Quest canola concerns, GENET
  • 2-Plants: Aventis wants escaped Australian GE canola seed back, GENET
  • 8-Humans: Council for Responsible Genetics rejects embryo manipulation, GENET
  • 9-Misc: Philippine Archbishop urges use of safe alternatives to GMO, GENET
  • 6-Regulation: EU sees new GE food proposals, GENET
  • 6-Regulation: Sri Lanka defers GM ban, GENET
  • 3-Food: Canadian Grain Council says GE wheat can be segregated, GENET
  • 7-Business: Aventis wants to sell Ag biotech sector, GENET
  • 4-Patents: European Court of Justice likely to ok biotech patent Directive, GENET
  • 2-Plants: China's (GE) cotton area to increase in 2001, GENET
  • 2-Plants: High percentage of Colorado beetles survive on Bt-potatoes, GENET
  • 2-Plants: Modest reduction in chemical use with RR-soya, GENET
  • 3-Food: Czech Tesco says branded products do not use GMO's, GENET
  • 3-Food: StarLink food does not trigger allergies US official report says, GENET
  • 6-Regulation: African model law on safety in biotechnology, GENET
  • 3-Food: Friends of the Earth questions FDA's StarLink investigation methods, GENET
  • 3-Food: GE Food Alert calls FDA StarLink tests inconclusive, GENET
  • 9-Misc: Green Groups warn that Slovenia is becoming a dump for GE seed, GENET
  • 2-Plants: Tasmanian farmers pull out of GE crop trials, GENET
  • 2-Plants: Argentine farmers bet on biotech, GENET
  • 6-Regulation: GMO labelling in Thailand to be made mandatory by December, GENET
  • 2-Plants: Scientists see wood supply in GE trees, GENET
  • 7-Business: GE food industry searches for health and happiness, GENET
  • 2-plants: Major setback for Monsanto in India, Barbara Kuepper
  • 2-Plants: Monsanto's Bt-cotton fails to get environmental nod in India, GENET
  • 2-Plants: Monsanto and Greenpeace on stop for Bt-cotton commercialization in India, GENET
  • 9-Misc: Opportunities in biotechnology for future army applications, GENET
  • 2-Plants: Aventis shows interest in CSIRO's new GE plants, GENET
  • 6-Regulation: Australian GM laws please industry but criticised by environmentalists, GENET
  • 6-Regulation: New Zealand implements GE seed border control regime, GENET
  • 9-Misc: GP tells multinationals to stop exploiting biodiversity..., Barbara Kuepper
  • 4-Patents: New biopiracy case from Southern Africa, GENET
  • 6-Regulation: Canada Grains Council will influence implementation of Cartagena Protocol, GENET
  • 7-Business: Will GE rice trigger the market for non-GE rice?, GENET
  • 7-Business: Africa needs biotech for improving community livelihood, GENET
  • 3-Food: When choice becomes just a memory, GENET
  • 8-Humans: Genetic Crossroads #18, GENET
  • 5-Animals: US company working on allergen-free GE cats, GENET
  • 6-Regulation: US State of Maine approves law on minimizing GE cross-contamination, GENET
  • 6-Regulation: Sri Lanka to suspend GM food ban at WTO's behest, GENET
  • 6-Regulation: Australian government agrees with GE industry not to disclose location of GE trials, GENET
  • 8-Humans: Bush supports limits on use of DNA tests, GENET
  • FoEE Biotech Mailout / Alert, Gill Lacroix
  • 7-Business: American Corn Growers Association warning on GE crops, GENET
  • 6-Regulation: EU food industry concerned over GMO label rules, GENET
  • 9-Misc: Protests dwindle at San Diego biotech conference, GENET
  • 6-Regulation: Philippines plans rules on imported GM products, GENET
  • 3-Food: Publication by Arpad Pusztai on GE food health risks, GENET
  • 3-Food: Third recall of food containing unapproved GE potatoes in Japan, GENET

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