GENET Thread Index

Thread index
Last updated: Tue Feb 28 04:25:04 106
128 messages

  • 2-Plants: GMO debate hits up in Ghana, GENET
  • 9-Misc: GM crops on trial in Africa, GENET
  • 2-Plants: GMOs threatening seed industry in Uganda, GENET
  • 2-Plants: Researchers find traces of modified food in local maize in South Africa, GENET
  • 2-Plants: GM potatoes to be grown here for first time in Ireland, GENET
  • 9-Misc: UNEP/GEF project in Cameroon plans biotech and biosafety school curricula, GENET
  • 9-Misc: WTO delays ruling in GMO dispute until next week, GENET
  • 2-Plants: On the Terminator discussions at the recent CBD meetings, GENET
  • 9-Misc: Greece stands up to Commission with new GMO ban, GENET
  • 7-Business: Biotech research cash fails to spawn new business, GENET
  • 2-Plants: Hawaii (USA) split over biotech crops, GENET
  • 2-Plants: Is GE maize co-existence at 20 meters possible?, GENET
  • 4-Patents: U.S. Farm Bureau pushes to let farmers save seeds, GENET
  • 2-Plants: Update on GE pharma plants, GENET
  • 2-Plants: Wide-spread planting of GE crops in Germany unlikely in 2006, GENET
  • 7-Business: Fall of pioneer in using transgenic plants for pharmaceuticals has analysts worried field may dry up, GENET
  • 4-Patents: Monsanto asks Spanish customs to inspect soy shipments from Argentina, GENET
  • 2-Plants: Mali farmers reject GM crops as attack on their way of life, GENET
  • 7-Business: Update on mergers and cooperations in the biotech industry, GENET
  • 8-Humans: Scientists raise hope for sickle cell patients, GENET
  • 9-Misc: On the 2005 ISAAA report on global GE crop planting (2), GENET
  • 9-Misc: On the 2005 ISAAA report on global GE crop planting (1), GENET
  • 9-Misc: EU food regulator proposes charging fees for work, GENET
  • 9-Misc: Monsanto's man at the U.S. Trade Office, GENET
  • 4-Patents: Indian Bt cotton struggle continues, GENET
  • 7-Business: Indian-USA farm pact to help research and GE crop trials, GENET
  • 2-Plants: Herbicide-tolerant GE crops a losing proposition in India, GENET
  • 2-Plants: China treads a careful path towards biotech greatness, GENET
  • 9-Misc: APEC conference prepares countries for high-level policy dialogue on agricultural biotechnology and biosafety negotiations, GENET
  • 6-Regulations: U.S. advisor in India: "We don't believe in process labelling", GENET
  • 9-Misc: On the WTO GMO dispute, GENET
  • 6-Regulation: Whangarei (New Zealand) residents can have say on GMOs, district council decides, GENET
  • 2-Plants: UK scientists announce GE crops to cope with climate change, GENET
  • 6-Regulation: Commission proposes fines against France for failure to adopt biotechnology legislation, GENET
  • 9-Misc: Romania bans GE soy beans as of 1 January 2007, GENET
  • 5-Animals: Somatic cell cloned cattle continue to show large number of abnormalities, GENET
  • 6-Regulation: Update on the GMO Act revision in South Africa, GENET
  • 2-Plants: South Africa may be channel for GMOs slipping into Africa, GENET
  • 2-Plants: Drought-resistant GM seeds won't benefit Kenyans for the next decade, GENET
  • 6-Regulation: Ghana's MPs receive biotech and biosafety training, GENET
  • 9-Misc: 'Biotechnology Ideal for Developing Countries', GENET
  • 8-Humans: Ian Wilmut urges South Korea to continue cloning research, GENET
  • 9-Misc: WTO condemns EU over GMO moratorium, GENET
  • 2-Plants: U.S. wheat groups working to bring back GM wheat, GENET
  • 9-Misc: WTO decision on EU GMO moratorium: NGOs & industry, GENET
  • 9-Misc: WTO decision on EU GMO moratorium: European media, GENET
  • 9-Misc: WTO decision on EU GMO moratorium: U.S. media, GENET
  • 9-Misc: WTO decision on EU GMO moratorium: International media, GENET
  • 4-Patents: Monsanto stops more Argentine soy in Europe, sues, GENET
  • 9-Misc: NGOs publish conclusions of WTO dispute, GENET
  • 9-Misc: US may press Africa on GMO's, Africans vow to resist, GENET
  • 4-Patents: GM soy cargo from Argentina detained in Liverpool, GENET
  • 6-Regulation: GMO label law not enforced in Vermont (USA), GENET
  • 9-Misc: Jose Bove detained at JFK Airport (USA), GENET
  • 9-Misc: EU denies had GMO moratorium, no appeal cecision, GENET
  • 2-Plants: Are Bt hybrids taking bite out of borer population?, GENET
  • 2-Plants: GM debate fought on cotton fields of KZN (South Africa), GENET
  • 9-Misc: WTO biotech ruling reveals special interests, say critics, GENET
  • 9-Misc: African journalists 'key partners in biotech development', GENET
  • 9-Misc: Recommendations of the GMO & Future of Farming Citizens' Jury in Mali, GENET
  • 2-Plants: Monsanto proposes natural refuge for Bollgard II cotton, GENET
  • 9-Misc: Hungary to extend GMO ban, GENET
  • 6-Regulation: French Government adopts EU rules on GM crops, GENET
  • 2-Plants: Paraguay - soy spreads and the peasant to Jail, GENET
  • 2-Plants: Puerto Rico host to biotech crop experiments, GENET
  • 6-Regulation: Brazil and US agree on transgenic labelling, GENET
  • 2-Plants: First GE high lysin corn for animal feed cleared in the U.S., GENET
  • 2-Plants: The case for science-based agriculture, GENET
  • 2-Plants: The role of non-GM biotechnology in developing world agriculture, GENET
  • 2-Plants: Are GM crops compatible with sustainable agriculture?, GENET
  • 2-Plants: Biotechnology and comparative risk assessment of GE wheat, GENET
  • 9-Misc: Possible health aspects of horizontal transfer of microbial trangenes in GM crops, GENET
  • 9-Misc: Romania bans gene-spliced soy to harmonise with EU, GENET
  • 9-Misc: Interim report on WTO dispute, GENET
  • 9-Misc: WTO GM ruling will change nothing, say campaigners, GENET
  • 9-Misc: America's masterplan is to force GM food on the world, GENET
  • 2-Plants: US organic farmers debate genetic engineering of crops, GENET
  • 3-Food: New suspicions about GMO, GENET
  • 7-Business: Indiana (USA) venture capital fund focuses on biotech niche, GENET
  • 9-Misc: Interview with Syngenta CEO Michael Pragnell, GENET
  • 6-Regulation: Differences still abound in German government over GM crops, GENET
  • 9-Misc: Cut and dried? - on the WTO GMO decision, GENET
  • 7-Business: Biotech's sparse harvest, GENET
  • 7-Business: Economist cites significant potential benefits for poor farmers in developing countries, GENET
  • 9-Misc: Reporters find science journals harder to trust, but not easy to verify, GENET
  • 6-Regulation: Can Bulgaria force the EU to accept GE food?, GENET
  • 9-Misc: Zimbabwe scientists warn on biotechnology, GENET
  • 2-Plants: China intends to push for GM crop studies, GENET
  • 5-Animals: Scientists sequence complete genome of Woolly Mammoth, GENET
  • 6-Regulation: EC gets fed up with France and Germany on biotech law, GENET
  • 2-Plants: GE plants help to set African women free, GENET
  • 7-Business: Australian farm and food industry call for an end of GE crop bans, GENET
  • 2-Plants: Irrigated acreage and high yield goals likely to benefit from Bollgard II Bt cotton in the USA, GENET
  • 2-Plants: Romania bans GM Soya after 8 years of massive cultivation, GENET
  • 9-Misc: Farmers and others sue USDA over Monsanto GMO alfalfa, GENET
  • 2-Plants: 5 million grant awarded for wheat genome research and marker assisted breeding in the USA, GENET
  • 2-Plants: New promotion campaign for GE wheat, GENET
  • 6-Regulation: Regulatory obstacles thwarting biotechnology in Canada, GENET
  • 6-Regulation: Malaysian NGOs urge government to table biosafety law, GENET
  • 6-Regulation: Seeds of conflict take root in debate over Michigan (USA) farming bill, GENET
  • 6-Regulation: New York (USA) bill would require labeling of genetically modified seeds, GENET
  • 6-Regulation: India set for new body to regulate use of GM crops, GENET
  • 6-Regulation: National Biosafety Framework to be in place by year-end in Bangladesh, GENET
  • 3-Food: Is Zimbabwe importing GMO maize?, GENET
  • 6-Regulation: Biotechnology Authority Bill gazetted in Zimbabwe, GENET
  • 2-Plants: Monsanto may commercialize Terminator, GENET
  • 6-Regulation: Why U.S. biotech industry opposes labels for GM crops, GENET
  • 2-Plants: Genetic engineering saved Hawaii's papaya industry, GENET
  • 3-Food: EFSA opens up to discuss future of GM in Europe, GENET
  • 9-Misc: Public controversary on GE crops in Australia, GENET
  • 2-Plants: China moves towards approval of GM rice, GENET
  • 9-Misc: Three faces of science fraud, GENET
  • 2-Plants: Romania dumping GMO soy may not stop spread, GENET
  • 9-Misc: U.S. and EU trade chiefs discuss ways to break WTO deadlock, GENET
  • 3-Food: Philippine govt in dilemna over GM foods, GENET
  • 4-Patents: On the Monsanto-Bayer dispute on Bt patents, GENET
  • 4-Patents: Argentine Agriculture Secretary discusses Monsanto concerns with US Government, GENET
  • 2-Plants: Adopting new Bt corn is age-old decision for farmers in Indiana (USA), GENET
  • 2-Plants: Romanian GM ban slammed by biotech industry, GENET
  • 2-Plants: Irish GM potato trials 'will ruin local agriculture', GENET
  • 9-Misc: Monsanto link to Irish trade talks delegation denied, GENET
  • 7-Business: Cotton farmers sue Monsanto, others, for crop loss, GENET
  • 4-Patents: GE alfalfa next battleground in the fight to control Canada's agricultural seeds, GENET
  • 1-Proteins: European Medicines Agency did not license world's first drug from GE animals, GENET
  • 7-Business: Transgenically produced biopharmaceuticals could soar to $12 billion by 2012, GENET
  • 2-Plants: Syngenta seeking assurances on GMO wheat project, GENET
  • 2-Plants: EC report considers co-existence of GM and non-GM crops and seeds, GENET

  • Mail converted by MHonArc 2.1.0