GENET Thread Index

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Last updated: Sat Mar 29 04:25:05 103
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  • 6-Regulation: Australia readies for plunge into GM canola crop, GENET
  • 3-Food: India sets up panels to study GM food, GENET
  • 6-Regulation: Tasmania (Australia) bans GE crops until 2008, GENET
  • 6-Regulation: Thailand to allow GMO field tests, GENET
  • 3-Food: Austrian study on toxicological and allergological safetyevaluation of GMO, GENET
  • 3-Food: Singapore sets up GE food testing lab, GENET
  • 2-Plants: Monsanto courts farmers on GE wheat, GENET
  • 5-Animals: Knock-out GE pigs new hope for xenotransplantationpromotors, GENET
  • 8-Humans: Gene therapy debacle casts pall on field, GENET
  • 4-Patents: Canadian lawsuit challenges Myriad's breast cancer genepatent, GENET
  • 7-Business: ProdiGene new CEO should be able to comply withgovernment regulations, GENET
  • 2-Plants: US consumer groups to sue USDA for GE pharma crops, hartmut_meyer
  • 6-Regulation: EU ban on GM foods to stay at least to October, hartmut_meyer
  • 6-Regulation: EU tables first ideas on crop GE contamination debate, hartmut_meyer
  • 6-Regulation: New South Wales (Australia) announces 3-year GE crop ban, hartmut_meyer
  • 3-Food: "There are better ways to feed Africa than with GM crops", hartmut_meyer
  • 9-Misc: European Commission calls for greater biotech efforts, hartmut_meyer
  • 3-Food: Indian Government still rejects GE food aid, hartmut_meyer
  • 6-Regulation: U.S. food industry critizises new GE pharma rules, hartmut_meyer
  • 3-Food: Thailand to promote exports of GMO-free food products, hartmut_meyer
  • 6-Regulation: EU's Lamy says Europe would win WTO GE challenge, hartmut_meyer
  • 2-Plants: U.S. EPA 'Ignoring its Advisers' over new Monsanto Bt Maize, hartmut_meyer
  • 6-Regulation: Germany To Loosen Rules on Genetically-ModifiedProducts, GENET
  • 2-Plants: Bt cotton proves a failure in Andhra Pradesh, GENET
  • 3-Food: FAO says world hunger will almost halve by 2030 - without GE, GENET
  • 8-Humans: Stupidity should be cured, says DNA discoverer, GENET
  • 6-Regulation: U.S. wheat farmers file legal petition againstMonsanto's GE wheat, GENET
  • 9-Misc: Houston Police DNA lab (USA) accused of tainted tests, GENET
  • 2-Plants: Gene silencing by RNAi - the new hype in biotechnology, GENET
  • 6-Regulation: China may extend GMO interim rules to April 2003, GENET
  • 6-Regulation: U.S. farmers push for economic analysis of GM wheatintroduction, GENET
  • 2-Plants: Kenya searches for locally suitable insect resistant GEmaize, GENET
  • 7-Business: Biotech companies set up African foundation for seedtechnology transfer, GENET
  • 7-Business: EU Reserach Commissioner sees EU biotech sector at risk, GENET
  • 1-Protein: FDA gives OK to market new Diversa GE feed enzyme, GENET
  • 2-Plants: Spain approves five new GMO maize varieties, GENET
  • 2-Plants: Monsanto's rootworm-protected GE corn approved in Canada, GENET
  • 3-Food: India's poor don't need GM aid, GENET
  • 6-Regulation: EU Environment Ministers plan "Cartagena plus"regulation, GENET
  • 9-Misc: Scottish Parliament Committee defends critical GE report, GENET
  • Genetic Engineering Newsletter 39, gtnews-redaktion
  • 2-Plants: University of the Philippines academics oppose Bt corn, GENET
  • 2-Plants: Syngenta applies for GM wheat trials in Germany, GENET
  • 6-Regulation: CFIA walks tightrope on Monsanto's GE wheat trials, GENET
  • 7-Business: China does not cooperate with foreign biotech companiesas expected, GENET
  • 9-Misc: GE companies challenge Italian GMO ban at European Court ofJustice, GENET
  • 9-Misc: IPM successful to cut insecticide use on Philippines, GENET
  • 6-Regulation: Swiss Parliament gives go-ahead to GM law, GENET
  • 3-Food: Food biotech companies leave Europe, GENET
  • 6-Regulation: Canada fails to develop voluntary GE food labelingrules, GENET
  • 4-Patents: French Bioethics Bill goes against EC Biopatent Directive, GENET
  • 3-Food: European Food Safety Authority finds home in Italy andFinland, GENET
  • 9-Misc: GE fan voted NZ's top scientist, GENET
  • GENET GE free Newsletter 03/01, GENET
  • 2-Plants: GM potato cannot solve malnutrition problems in India, GENET
  • 1-Proteins: Biotech patent struggle delays allergy drug development, GENET
  • 7-Business: Forest Certification New Zealand goes for GE tree ban, GENET
  • 6-Regulations: Codex Alimentarius sets guidelines to judge biotechrisks, GENET
  • 8-Humans: Lung-cancer anti-sense drug failed in clinical trial, GENET
  • 6-Regulations: USDA mulls rules for Monsanto RR wheat, GENET
  • 6-Regulation: US plans WTO complaint vs China on food imports, GENET
  • 6-Regulation: Hong Kong debates GE food labelling regulations, GENET
  • 8-Humans: New method for brain gene therapy published, GENET
  • 3-Food: Swiss FAO Committee position paper on GMO food aid, GENET
  • 6-Regulation: Victorian Farmers Federation (Australia) rejected GMOmoratorium, GENET
  • 2-Plants: Philippine Ministry of Environment conducts newassessment of GMOs, GENET
  • 2-Plants: Andhra Pradesh farmers likely to shy away from Bt cotton, GENET
  • 9-Misc: FAO Focus: Agricultural biotechnology: will it help?, GENET
  • 6-Regulation: Pakistan yet to finalize biosafety guidelines, GENET
  • 3-Food: Uganda does not import GE food, GENET
  • 2-Plants: Farmers urge Monsanto to shelve GE wheat, GENET
  • 3-Food: Consumer groups across the globe take action on GE food, GENET
  • 8-Humans: U.S. authorities scrutinze gene test ad campaign, GENET
  • 9-Misc: Brazil farmers split on GE soy introduction, GENET
  • 5-Animals: Can GE wipe out the world's entire population ofmosquitoes?, GENET
  • 2-Plants: GM crops in performance worry, GENET
  • 7-Business: GM Crops: Industry 0 - Protesters 1, GENET
  • 9-Misc: Filipino Roman Catholic Church joins anti-Bt corn drive, GENET
  • 2-Plants: Bt-cotton not designed to increase yields, Monsanto says, GENET
  • 2-Plants: Potrykus demands immediate marketing of Golden Rice, GENET
  • 2-Plants: China supports Myanmar introducing GE crops, GENET
  • 5-Animals: Mothers Against Genetic Engineering say No to GE milk, GENET
  • 7-Business: U.S. photocopy company Kinkos does not support GE trees, GENET
  • 9-Misc: Biotech critics at University of California face careerproblems, GENET
  • 3-Food: GE potatoes sold in Canada in 1999, GENET
  • 2-Plants: Southern African Development Community study on GE croprisks, GENET
  • 2-Plants: Contamination fears halted Canadian GM wheat trial, GENET
  • 9-Misc: 'Independent' UK groups share pro-GM common ground, GENET
  • 3-Food: U.S. scientists develop "tolerance levels" for GE pharmacrop contamination, GENET
  • 6-Regulation: South Gloucestershire (UK) declared a GM free zone, GENET
  • 2-Plants: UK GE field trials lack statistical power, GENET
  • 3-Food: No GM Foods Please!, GENET
  • 4-Patents: 'TRIPS-plus' must stop: The European Union caught inblatant contradictions, GENET
  • 2-Plants: Farmer division over GM crops grows in Australia, GENET
  • 2-Plants: New Zealand's "Corngate" inquiry blocked from testingseeds, GENET
  • 7-Business: U.S. will subsidize cleanup of GE pharma corncontamination, GENET
  • BXL, Marion Selig

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