GENET Thread Index

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Last updated: Thu Jul 31 04:25:04 103
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  • 3-Food: Indian sugar industry opposes GE sugar cane, GENET
  • 3-Food: ICAR refutes claims of higher protein content in GE potato, GENET
  • 9-Misc: Uganda's Minister for Agriculture calls for wider biotechdialogue, GENET
  • 6-Regulation: Egypt has not made decision whether to join the WTOGMO complaint, GENET
  • 6-Regulation: U.S. government plans zero tolerance for "pharma"transgene contamination, GENET
  • 6-Regulation: U.S. FDA unlikely to label cloned animal meat and milk, GENET
  • 5-Animals: Cloning of quarter horse under way, GENET
  • 2-Plants: CWB asks Monsanto to put the brakes on RR wheat, GENET
  • 9-Misc: U.S. punishes Egypt because it did not "deliver", GENET
  • 1-Proteins: Insulin may be produces in GE chicken eggs, GENET
  • 7-Business: Study sees big gains from modified crops, GENET
  • 6-Regulation: Codex Alimentarius Commission discusses GE foodguidelines, GENET
  • 9-Misc: GENET launches web page on GE-free zones, GENET
  • 6-Regulation: Europe strengthens labelling rules for GM food andfeed, GENET
  • 3-Food: UK GM-free food 'is contaminated', GENET
  • 3-Food: UK Government determined to sell GM food to consumers, GENET
  • 5-Animals: South Korean study critical on GE seafoods, GENET
  • 2-Plants: English Nature warns of "superweeds", GENET
  • 6-Regulation: On the Codex guidelines for GM foods, GENET
  • 3-Food: Japanese public still chewing over GM food issues, GENET
  • 2-Plants: U.S. soybean acreage decreasing - GE soy percentage rising, GENET
  • 6-Regulation: US academia held accountable for GM products, GENET
  • 9-Misc: Two Nature Biotechnology comments on WTO GMO case, GENET
  • 8-Humans: Gene therapy using virus shows promise, GENET
  • 5-Animals: GE mouse developed for HIV experiments, GENET
  • Genetic Engineering Newsletter 43, gtnews-redaktion
  • 6-Regulation: EU GE food and feed regulation: Greenpeace, FoE, andEuropaBio, GENET
  • 6-Regulation: Germany's Clement urges EU to import gene foods, GENET
  • 6-Regulation: Bush sees EU GMO ban still in place, GENET
  • 6-Regulation: U.S. food and soy industry on EU GE food and feedregulation, GENET
  • 6-Regulation: EC press release on GE food and feed regulation, GENET
  • 6-Regulation: EU passes GM labelling laws, US unimpressed, GENET
  • 2-plants: Hawaiian farmers warn Thai farmers about genetically engineeredpapaya: Don't do it!, Barbara Kuepper
  • 9-Misc: GE news from Chile, GENET
  • 7-Business: India and US sign biotech agreement, GENET
  • 2-Plants: Brazil demonstrates complexity of $30B global battle overGM seeds, GENET
  • 2-Plants: New biotech lab opened in Uganda, GENET
  • 6-Regulation: New UN standards on GM foods a 'victory for consumers', GENET
  • 3-Food: Free trade activists and scientists promise that GE willfight hunger, GENET
  • 3-Food: GM contamination found in New Zealand corn, GENET
  • 6-Regulation: The status of biosafety in Africa, GENET
  • 2-Plants: New GE plants exhibit "seed lethality", GENET
  • 2-Plants: Bt cotton winning a battle, but losing the war, GENET
  • 9-Misc: The Pusztai case - Five years later, GENET
  • 8-Humans: Update on stem cell and embryo reseach, GENET
  • 8-Humans: EC sets rules for embryo use in stem cell research, GENET
  • 2-Plants: Canadian study shows environmental risks of GE wheat, GENET
  • 3-Food: Update on GM sweet corn investigation in New Zealand, GENET
  • 7-Business: How the biotech industry captured Washington's attention, GENET
  • 2-Plants: The Four Gene Giants are pushing for GMO approval in thePhilippines, GENET
  • 6-Regulation: EFSA issues opinion on GE free zones, GENET
  • 6-Regulation: Codex Alimentarius adopts GE food standards, GENET
  • 2-Plants: GE maize seed contamination in Italy, GENET
  • 6-Regulation: Lamy warns US it will lose if it seeks WTO ruling onGE labelling, GENET
  • 9-Misc: Biowatch/South Africa fights for right to information onGMO applications, GENET
  • 6-Regulation: GE-free news from Scotland and Wales, GENET
  • 6-Regulation: Egypt in a jam over GM foods, GENET
  • 7-Business: UK dossier about links between GE advisers and drugcompanies, GENET
  • 2-Plants: 'Little economic benefit' from GM in UK, GENET
  • 2-Plants: UK report on GMO economics, GENET
  • 2-Plants: GM crops and developing countries, GENET
  • 9-Misc: Biotechnology Outreach Society of Zambia launched topromote GMOs, GENET
  • 4-Patents: NHGRI director attacks companies for patentingnon-coding DNA, GENET
  • 4-Patents: Public sector collaboration for agricultural IPmanagement, GENET
  • 4-Patents: Biotech patent practice hinder GMO success in developingcountries, GENET
  • 4-Patents: U.S. initiative to overcome patent barrier to feed thehungry with GMOs (2), GENET
  • 4-Patents: U.S. initiative to overcome patent barrier to feed thehungry with GMOs (1), GENET
  • 4-Patents: EC acts against Member States failing to implementbiotech patent directive, GENET
  • 9-Misc: Glyphosate-resistant weeds may invade Pennsylvania fields, GENET
  • 2-Plants: Scientists link RR crops with higher fusarium pest attacks, GENET
  • 9-Misc: Danish researchers found glyphosate leaching intogroundwater, GENET
  • 2-Plants: Italy farmers resist order to wreck gene crop, GENET
  • 1-Proteins: U.S. dairy sued by Monsanto over rBGH-free advertisments, GENET
  • 2-Plants: Many U.S. farmers ignore Bt crop refuge obligations, GENET
  • 2-Plants: Gujarat farmers seek approval for local Bt cotton, GENET
  • 7-Business: Malaysia puts biovalley under wraps, GENET
  • 2-Plants: Pharmaceutical GE corn poses some challenges, GENET
  • 9-Misc: Globalization and GMOs, GENET
  • 3-Food: Indonesian Muslims can consume GMO foods, GENET
  • 3-Food: Companies in China clear genetically engineered food off theirshelves, Barbara Kuepper
  • 3-Food: UK shops 'unlikely to stock GM food', GENET
  • 8-Humans: Scientific journal enters political discussion on stemcell research, GENET
  • 2-Plants: Italian court rejects company bid to save GM maize, GENET
  • 5-Animals: GE sheep slaughtered as PPL runs out of money, GENET
  • 9-Misc: GM food freeze leaves biotech firms 'out in cold', GENET
  • 2-Plants: New U.S. study on GE maize buffer zone concept, GENET
  • 9-Misc: UK GM debate (2): Political risks outweight any advantages, GENET
  • 9-Misc: UK GM debate (1): GM - The Truth, GENET
  • 9-Misc: UK GM debate (3): Monsanto wrote report section - adviserquits panel, GENET
  • 2-Plants: Canadian scientists debate GE wheat study, GENET
  • 6-Regulation: GMO bill to go before Brazil Congress vote in July, GENET
  • 9-Misc: Central Asian NGOs concerned about GE plants, GENET
  • update on GMO legislation in Serbia, GENET
  • 2-Plants: Bayer to get green light for GE canola in Australia, GENET
  • 2-Plants: Monsanto trials of Bt-cotton begin in Burkina Faso, GENET
  • 9-Misc: Network for a Chile Free of GMOs rejects national biotechreport, GENET
  • 9-Misc: GM-free news from South Australia, GENET
  • 7-Business: Thai ministry keen on GMO link with Beijing, GENET
  • 9-Misc: Kenya doing well in genetic research, new study shows, GENET
  • 7-Business: Biotechs' lobbying begins to pay off in the U.S., GENET
  • 9-Misc: Study of UK GM Science Review published, GENET
  • 6-Regulation: EU legislative framework for GMOs is now in place, GENET
  • 5-Animals: Scientists hope to clone mamooth, GENET
  • 6-Regulation: Canada and China go for GE food labelling, GENET
  • 4-Patents: 3 more biotech firms file suit against Columbia overpatent, GENET
  • 9-Misc: Slovenia steps up genetic debate, GENET
  • 2-Plants: Monsanto uses secret Montana location to test GE wheat, GENET
  • 6-Regulation: Somerset Council (UK) voted to become GE-free zone, GENET
  • 2-Plants: EC recommendations on co-existence, GENET
  • 2-Plants: Models show that gene flow from crops threatens wildplants, GENET
  • 3-Food: UK study on monitoring novel foods, GENET
  • 2-Plants: GM crops spreading in southeast Asia, GENET
  • 2-Plants: GE decaf coffee researcher in search of capital, GENET
  • 9-Misc: RNAi Roundup, GENET
  • 2-Plants: Recycling of Monsanto's failed slogan "Food, Health, Hope", GENET
  • 2-Plants: New GE hype: A biotech approach to global climate change, GENET
  • 9-Misc: Naive, narrow and biased..., GENET
  • 2-Plants: GE eucalyptus grows in acidic soil, GENET
  • 9-Misc: ICRISAT crop research centre 'should move HQ to Africa', GENET
  • 9-Misc: Inquiry call over threat to UK government scientist, GENET
  • 9-Misc: Nepad to set up advisory panel on biosafety, GENET
  • 5-Animals: 400 imported GE fish seized in Singapore, GENET
  • 9-Misc: Nigeria is going to spent 26 mill USD on GE crops, GENET
  • 6-Regulation: Australia approves GE canola, but States block it, GENET
  • 2-Plants: Comesa urges member countries to wary of GMOs, GENET
  • 2-Plants: Mitsubishi Chemicals withdraws from GE rice development, GENET
  • 7-Business: U.S. uses Czech Republic as a key to open EU GMO market, GENET
  • 2-Plants: Non-GE virus-resistant cassava distributed in Nigeria, GENET
  • 2-Plants: U.S. scientists find blight-resistant gene in wildMexican potato, GENET
  • Genetic Engineering Newsletter Special Issue 13 (text), gtnews-redaktion
  • 6-Regulation: South Australian governmnent opts for strictlycontrolled of GE crop trials, GENET
  • 2-Plants: Estonia GM maize scandal rocks industry, GENET
  • 6-Regulation: China still works with its tempory GE cropcertification system, GENET
  • 2-Plants: Canadian farmers experience tolerance problems in RRcanola, GENET
  • 2-Plants: Canola Coucil Canada criticizes RR wheat study, GENET
  • 2-Plants: Bt cotton saves 15% insecticide spraying in Australia, GENET

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