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  • DRUGS & PHARMACROPS: USA Rice Federation comments say "No!" toVentria's Kansas rice venture, GENET-news
  • PLANTS: Andhra Pradesh (India) farmers warned to plant Bt cotton inrain-fed areas, GENET-news
  • GMO-FREE REGIONS & PRODUCTS: Three years later, no GE crops growingin Mendocino County (USA), GENET-news
  • REGULATION & POLICY: Update from the GM-Free Brazil Campaign, GENET-news
  • REGULATION: European Parliament supports 0,1% threshold for GMOcontamination in organic food, GENET-news
  • AGRICULTURE & DEVELOPMENT: Does opposition to GM crops hurt thepoor?, GENET-news
  • APPROVAL / FOOD: Greenpeace Philippines hits Department ofAgriculture for flip-flop on GMO corn, GENET-news
  • CONSUMERS: Kenyans ready to embrace genetically modified foods, GENET-news
  • ANIMALS: Transplanting organs from animals to humans: what are thebarriers?, GENET-news
  • GMO-FREE REGIONS & PRODUCTS: On the Australian GMO moratorium debate, GENET-news
  • BUSINESS: The seed race, GENET-news
  • REGULATION: On biosafety laws in Belize and Cayman Islands, GENET-news
  • REGULATION: Protesters criticize lawmakers' failure to ban GMO taroin Hawai'i (USA), GENET-news
  • APPROVAL / SEEDS: Government of Andhra Pradesh (India) calls for Btcotton seed ban, GENET-news
  • REGULATION: West African Ministers agree on biotechnology plan forregion, GENET-news
  • REGULATION / FOOD: South Korea reportedly agrees to nix testingU.S. genetically modified crops, GENET-news
  • DRUGS & PHARMACROPS: Japanese anti-hay fever GE rice treated asdrug, not as food, GENET-news
  • REGULATION / SEEDS: Monsanto and Pioneer challenge Poland's GE seedban, GENET-news
  • GMO-FREE REGIONS & PRODUCTS: Peoples' SAARC calls for GE crop banin South Asia, GENET-news
  • FOOD: Biotechnology - an important tool in feeding growingpopulations, GENET-news
  • PLANTS: People 'empowerment' through biotechnology pushed in thePhilippines, GENET-news
  • REGULATION: More trouble for Monsanto after Indonesian bribery case, GENET-news
  • BUSINESS: Marked increase of GM plantings in France, GENET-news
  • BUSINESS: Palmer amaranth glyphosate resistance threat to U.S.cotton industry, GENET-news
  • REGULATION / FOOD: Croatian Party of Rights against importing GMOproducts, GENET-news
  • PLANTS: Monsanto's transgenic soya comes to Chile, GENET-news
  • BUSINESS: Bt maize crops delivering health, wealth andenvironmental benefits in Europe, GENET-news
  • BUSINESS: Monsanto bullish on sales of GM seeds, GENET-news
  • APPROVAL / PLANTS: Californian (USA) panel approves GE rice trials, GENET-news
  • APPROVAL / PLANTS: Lithuania does not approve GE rape seed trials, GENET-news
  • AGRICULTURE & DEVELOPMENT: West Africa to boost food crops withbiotechnology, GENET-news
  • DRUGS & PHARMACROPS: rBST bans - Biotech giant Monsanto asks formore government regulation, GENET-news
  • BUSINESS: U.S. grain industry urges Syngenta to stop sales of GEcorn not approved in Japan, GENET-news
  • APPROVAL / FOOD: UK Food Standards Agency airs draft opinion onUnilever GM ice-cream protein, GENET-news
  • AGRICULTURE & DEVELOPMENT: GM crops in Argentina, GENET-news
  • AGRICULTURE & DEVELOPMENT: India's farming crisis, GENET-news
  • REGULATION / PLANTS: U.S. regulatory system for GE crops underpressure, GENET-news
  • RISK ASSESSMENT: Identification of escaped transgenic CreepingBentgrass in Oregon (USA), GENET-news
  • PLANTS: U.S. grape researcher breeds non-GE vines resistant toPierce's Disease, GENET-news
  • DRUGS & PHARMACROPS: How to confine the plants of the future?, GENET-news
  • GMO-FREE REGIONS & PRODUCTS: Liberty City (USA) liberated fromgenetically modified food, GENET-news
  • AGRICULTURE & DEVELOPMENT: US$26m earmarked for ECOWASbiotechnology and bio-safety action-plan, GENET-news
  • GMO-FREE REGIONS & PRODUCTS: On the GMO struggle in the Philippines, GENET-news
  • REGULATION: Indian Genetic Engineering Approval Committee floutinglaw: Plan panel, GENET-news
  • RISK ASSESSMENT: Indian Greenpeace activist denied access to dataon safety tests of GM crops, GENET-news
  • SCIENCE / BUSINESS: Seminar suggested creation of NationalCommission for Biotechnology in Bangladesh, GENET-news
  • APPROVAL / PLANTS: Rootworm resistant GE maize receives positiveEFSA opinion, GENET-news
  • REGULATION: U.S. to decide about the seriousness of the EU tocomply with WTO ruling on GMO bans, GENET-news
  • POLICY: European Commission advocates "competitive and sustainableEuropean knowledge based Bio-Economy", GENET-news
  • SCIENCE / BUSINESS: Advancing the science of biotechnology, GENET-news
  • BUSINESS: Romania and EU lose out over GM soy muddle, GENET-news
  • DRUGS & PHARMACROPS: Ventria plans to start small with GE pharmarice in Kansas (USA), GENET-news
  • DRUGS & PHARMACROPS: Insect-based flu shots might work better thanegg-based vaccines, GENET-news
  • DRUGS & PHARMACROPS: GE plants produce protein to fight smallpox, GENET-news
  • GMO-FREE REGIONS & PRODUCTS: Negros Organic Agriculture Movement(Philippines) backs banning of GMOs, GENET-news
  • APPROVAL / PLANTS: Public hearing on GE brassica trials in NewZealand, GENET-news
  • SCIENCE / DEVELOPMENT: Crop research to benefit poor farmers inmarginal areas of the developing world, GENET-news
  • REGULATION: Biosafety regulation emerges in Zambia and Angola, GENET-news
  • PLANTS: Will biotechnology replace nitrogen fertilizer?, GENET-news
  • ANIMALS: GM mosquitoes - boon or bane?, GENET-news
  • REGULATION: Indian government has to disclose data on safety testson GM crop, news
  • BUSINESS: Monsanto's plans for Hawaii (USA) pose risk for othercrops, news
  • REGULATION / FOOD: Labeling for cloned food being weighed inCalifornian (USA) legislature, news
  • REGULATION / HUMANS: On stem cell legislation in Andalucia (Spain)and in the U.S., news
  • RISK ASSESSMENT: South Korean documents reveal trade-off ontextiles and GM food, news
  • REGULATION / DRUGS: U.S. Senator warns against bill for genericbiotech drugs, news
  • REGULATION / PLANTS: Canadian authority wants to regulatelow-phytat barley with x-ray mutation, news
  • SCIENCE: Non-GE solution for food and agriculture, news
  • PEOPLE: Genetically modified crops represent a key solution toending extreme poverty, news
  • PEOPLE: Indian campaign against Bt cotton is triggered bypesticide industry, news
  • PEOPLE: New Zealand scientist says GE crops don't live up topromise, news
  • REGULATION / FOOD: GE food labeling laws advocated in Malaysia andRussia, news
  • APPROVAL: Brazil delays vote on gene-altered corn seeds until nextmonth, GENET-news
  • REGULATION / APPROVAL: Minnesota (USA) stops rootworm resistant Btmaize and discusses GE wild rice moratorium, GENET-news
  • REGULATION: EU may take two years to develop biotech crop rules, GENET-news
  • APPROVAL: EU experts fail to agree approval of GMO sugar beet, GENET-news
  • BUSINESS: European biotech sector in great shape after recoveryperiod, GENET-news
  • GMO-FREE REGIONS & PRODUCTS: Washington (USA) brassica breeders canset up GE canola-free zones, GENET-news
  • REGULATION: Australian Government demands fast-track GMO approvalin case of emergencies, GENET-news
  • GMO-FREE REGIONS & PRODUCTS: California (USA) rice seed tests freeof GM traits, GENET-news
  • REGULATION / FOOD: The melee over milk labels in the USA, GENET-news
  • AGRICULTURE / PLANTS: Controversy about GE forage crops, GENET-news
  • REGULATION: U.S. agrees to discussion with EU to normalizebiotechnology trade, GENET-news
  • REGULATION: Biowatch South Africa challenges order to pay Monsanto, GENET-news
  • GMO-FREE REGIONS & PRODUCTS: South African retailers enter battlefor high ground in GM foods, GENET-news
  • BUSINESS / PLANTS: Transgenic pact signed by Mexican growers andMonsanto, GENET-news
  • REGULATION / BUSINESS: U.S.-Malaysian trade talks stall on GMlabelling, GENET-news
  • AGRICULTURE: USAID West Africa Director sees nothing wrong with GEcrops, GENET-news
  • ANIMALS / DRUGS: Argentine GE cow clones to produce insulin in milk, GENET-news
  • DRUGS & PHARMACROPS: Genetically engineered pharmaceutical rice isnot the solution to diarrhea, GENET-news
  • REGULATION / FOOD: Codex Alimentarius and the GM trade stalemate, GENET-news
  • REGULATION / PLANTS: Maine (USA) farmers clash over GE cropliability rules, GENET-news
  • GMO-FREE REGIONS & PRODUCTS: Philippine government urged to banentry of genetically engineered rice, GENET-news
  • DRUGS / FOOD: Consumers call for ban on growth hormone in milk, GENET-news
  • PEOPLE: Interview with Prof. van den Daele (Germany) on GMO risks, GENET-news
  • GMO-FREE REGIONS & PRODUCTS: Landmark law bans GMOs in NegrosOccidental (Philippines), GENET-news
  • REGULATION / FOOD: GE food labeling news from Brazil, Canada, andthe U.S., GENET-news
  • APPROVAL / BUSINESS: US exporters fear GMO corn seed will hurtoversea sales, GENET-news
  • APPROVAL / FEED: UK imported unauthorised GM in rice protein foranimal feed from China, GENET-news
  • BUSINESS: Chinese new GE food rulings boost U.S. agricultural, foodproducts trade, GENET-news
  • FOOD: Sudan releases food aid suspected of contain GMOs, GENET-news

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