GENET Thread Index

Thread index
Last updated: Thu Jan 30 04:25:05 103
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  • 4-Patents: Intellectual property enhances corporate monopoly and bioserfdom, GENET
  • 3-Food: The Profits of Famine: Southern Africa's Long Decade of Hunger, GENET
  • 2-Plants: Australia imports GE maize for feeding its cattle, GENET
  • 2-Plants: Budget lack hits field tests of GE rice, GENET
  • 2-Food: GE 'protato' to feed India's poor, GENET
  • 2-Plants: Feeding the world without GM crops, GENET
  • 2-Food: India rejects food aid over GM content, GENET
  • 7-Business: Japan's StarLink corn find could hurt US sales, GENET
  • 2-Plants: UK report on GMO research, GENET
  • 2-Plants: Friends of the Earth UK comments on GMO research report, GENET
  • 1-Proteins: Better Future for Biotech? Drug Discovery and Development, GENET
  • 6-Regulation: Australian GM ruling sparks fears, GENET
  • 8-Humans: To study disease, Britain plans a genetic census, GENET
  • 2-Plants: Bt Cotton dashes hopes of ryots in India, GENET
  • 7-Business: Biotech bloodbath, GENET
  • 2-Plants: Bt cotton lets down Andhra Pradesh farmers, GENET
  • 4-Patents: U.S. academics challenge patent system, GENET
  • 3-Food: Biotech foods face new obstacles, GENET
  • 9-Misc: Bio-warfare and terrorism, GENET
  • 5-Animals: Cloned pigs behave just like, well, pigs, GENET
  • 3-Food: Lessons from a decade of genetically engineered crops, GENET
  • 3-Food: UK Supermarkets maintain strict GM free policy for 2003, GENET
  • 6-Regulation: Plugging the holes in biotech food safety, GENET
  • 6-Regulation: Council of European Environment ministers agree on new GMO legislation, GENET
  • 9-Misc: Australia going to crush unlicenced GE feed-aid from the U.S., GENET
  • 6-Regulation: Wellington Council (Australia) goes for 5-year GE-moratorium, GENET
  • 6-Regulation: Monsanto asks for GE-wheat approval in Canada, GENET
  • 3-Food: U.S. Department of Agriculture cannot detect StarLink in exports to Japan, GENET
  • 3-Food: Heed the hungry, GENET
  • 9-Misc: Danish NGO statement on GMOs, GENET
  • 6-Regulation: WHO 'infiltrated by food industry', GENET
  • 4-Patents: U.S. soy grower awaits its fine in Monsanto case, GENET
  • 3-Food: Critique on "Genetically modified 'protato' to feed India's poor", GENET
  • 2-Plants: EPA clears Bollgard II Bt-cotton for 2003 planting, GENET
  • 2-Plants: Syngenta introduces Vip-Cotton in the U.S., GENET
  • 2-Plants: Glyphosate-resistant waterhemp moves into the corn belt, GENET
  • 2-Plants: Council of Canadians will launch an all-out attack against GE wheat, GENET
  • 6-Regulation: U.S. hints it will sue EU over altered crops, GENET
  • 3-Food: Zambia could grow enough traditional food to feed its people, GENET
  • 6-Regulation: Zambian government completes GMO guidelines, GENET
  • 3-Food: Firm seeks OK to sell cloned meat in Canada, GENET
  • 2-Plants: China takes a bumpy road from the lab to the field, GENET
  • 7-Business: Bunge and DuPont form soy protein biotech joint venture, GENET
  • 6-Regulation: Anti-GM campaigners in Wales cry foul as UK GMO report is 'buried', GENET
  • 7-Business: Thai biotech proponents demand bigger investments, GENET
  • 3-Food: US Aid Agencies instructed to report anti-GM nations to USAID, GENET
  • 2-Plants: Paraguay farmers opt for banned GM soybean seeds, GENET
  • 8-Humans: F.D.A. suspends a third of all gene therapy trials, GENET
  • 9-Misc: New York Times on glyphosate resistance in weeds, GENET
  • 6-Regulation: Montana (USA) legislators introduce GE wheat moratorium bill, GENET
  • 6-Regulation: GE Industry and U.S. government increase pressure on European Commission, GENET
  • 6-Regulation: County Council declares Devon (UK) as GE-free zone, GENET
  • 8-Humans: Second boy receiving gene therapy develops cancer, GENET
  • 8-Humans: GENETIC CROSSROADS #28, GENET
  • 6-Regulation: Scottish Parliament's health committee calls GE risk assessments flawed, GENET
  • 2-Plants: Strawberry gene should create vitamin C-rich GE plants, GENET
  • 5-Animals: GE silkworms spin human collagen protein, GENET
  • 6-Regulation: Professor warns of lifting New Zealand's GE moratorium, GENET
  • Genetic Engineering Newsletter Special Issue No. 11/12, Jannik Schulz
  • 2-Plants: Biotech crops continue rapid global growth, GENET
  • 6-Regulation: Canadian Wheat Board wants stricter controls on GE crops, GENET
  • 7-Business: Brazil hands China GMO soy draft to clear trade, GENET
  • 6-Regulation: Canadian Food Inspection Agency does not rubberstamp GE wheat, GENET
  • 1-Proteins: Recombinant human growth hormone for sale as a "lifestyle enhancer", GENET
  • 6-Regulation: Swiss Farmer Association supports peoples initiative for a GMO-free Switzerland, GENET
  • GENET had some computer problems, GENET
  • 6-Regulation: Swiss GM moratorium initiative gains momentum, GENET
  • 4-Patents: Philip Morris secures patents on tobacco genes and plants, GENET
  • 6-Regulation: Australia requests five-metre buffer zone for GEcanola, GENET
  • 7-Business: Trade in biotechnology food products, GENET
  • 5-Animals: New Zealand groups struggle on pharma GE cows, GENET
  • 9-Misc: GE food and plants praised at the AGOA Summit on Mauritius, GENET
  • 6-Regulation: EU Commissioner warns about WTO GE food case, GENET
  • 3-Food: EU's Nielson blasts US "lies" in GM food row, GENET
  • 3-Food: CRS and CARE-India not to import GM corn and soya, GENET
  • 3-Food: Brazil to re-export or burn US GM corn cargo, GENET
  • 2-Plants: GE crop news from Monsanto India and ICRISAT, GENET
  • 9-Misc: Open letter from GM Free Cymru/Wales to UK Minister ofEnvironment, GENET
  • 8-Humans: Interview with deCODE CEO, GENET
  • 1-Proteins: GE algae produce human antibodies, GENET
  • 3-Food: Zambia's refusal of GE food did not cause large numbers ofdeaths, GENET
  • 2-Plants: More about Bt corn and pseudopregnancies in pigs, GENET
  • 7-Business: Celera aims to crack the code of success, GENET
  • 8-Humans: 'Human clone' doctor on hunger strike, GENET
  • 5-Animals: Biotech the latest defense in animal-extinction fight, GENET
  • 6-Regulation: Australian farmers silent as GM decision nears, GENET
  • 6-Regulation: China plans restrictions to access to its geneticresources, GENET
  • 6-Regulation: Bega Shire (Australia) moves to ban GM crops, GENET
  • 2-Plants: GE declared as last hope to save the banana, GENET
  • 2-Plants: FAO - Shaping the future of agriculture, GENET
  • 5-Animals: First cloned cat definitely not the spit of her mother, GENET
  • 2-Plants: U.S. growers like GE crops but hesitate to grow "pharma"crops, GENET
  • 9-Misc: GeneWatch comment on the public GE discussion in the UK, GENET
  • 5-Animals: Protein-rich milk from GE cows could speed dairyprocessing, GENET
  • 6-Regulation: MEPs urge radical changes to environmental liabilityplan, GENET
  • 9-Misc: Nicotine-reduced cigarettes made out of GE tobacco reachmarket, GENET
  • 3-Food: Chinese public 'cautious over GM food', GENET
  • 7-Business: China gives long-awaited nod to Brazil soy imports, GENET
  • 2-Plants: Indian Bt cotton an official writeoff, GENET
  • 3-Food: Don't pester Europe on genetically modified food, GENET
  • 5-Animals: GE mice live longer and remain leaner, GENET
  • 2-plants: Biotech company engineers future forests, GENET
  • 7-Business: US wheat industry wrestles with GMO wheat issues, GENET
  • 3-Food: The "U.S. war on hunger" is thwarted by the EU, GENET
  • 3-Food: Malawi declaration on GE food aid, GENET
  • 7-Business: GM companies battle to salvage reputation in Scotland, GENET
  • 4-Patents: Status of implementation of EU biotech patent directive, GENET
  • 9-Misc: U.S. experts teach New Zealanders on GE crop benefits, GENET

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