GENET Thread Index

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  • GMO-FREE REGIONS & POLICY: Internal revolt against Victoria’s Premier over GM crops may prove costly, GENET - news&information
  • GMO-FREE PRODUCTS & REGULATION: Anger boils over GE canola decisions and GE food labelling laws, GENET - news&information
  • GMO-FREE REGIONS & REGULATION: Victorian Local Governance Association (Australia) supports GMO-free councils, GENET - news&information
  • RISK ASSESSMENT: Australian dairy industry wants more research on GM crops, GENET - news&information
  • GMO-FREE REGIONS & POLICY: GMO moratorium debate in Tasmania & South Australia, GENET - news&information
  • GMO-FREE REGIONS & POLICY: Grains group calls for Western Australia to lift GM ban, GENET - news&information
  • RISK ASSESSMENT & POLICY: The excommunication of a heretic, GENET - news&information
  • RISK ASSESSMENT: Company research on genetocilly modified foods is rigged, GENET - news&information
  • POLICY & REGULATION: EU health commissioner sees no move on GMO zero tolerance, GENET - news&information
  • SCIENCE & POLICY: Greenpeace performance in Brussels: EuropaGMO, GENET - news&information
  • GMO-FREE PRODUCTS & REGULATION: Chipotle Mexican Grill is first U.S. chain to go entirely rBGH-free, GENET - news&information
  • SCIENCE & POLICY: French professor told to leave university after critical work on GE crops, GENET - news&information
  • REGULATION & FOOD: Qatar to label GMO products, GENET - news&information
  • REGULATION & FOOD: Indian Minister for Commerce seeks explanation on ’unchecked entry’ of GM foods, GENET - news&information
  • REGULATION & FOOD: Brazilian court orders GE food labels below 1% GE content, GENET - news&information
  • CONTAMINATION & FOOD: U.S GMO rice found in China supermarkets: Greenpeace, GENET - news&information
  • CONTAMINATION & FOOD: Burkina Faso tomatoes contained GM seeds Ghanaian experts say, GENET - news&information
  • GMO-FREE PRODUCTS & SEEDS: French largest farmer union urges farmers not to buy GMO seeds, GENET - news&information
  • GMO-FREE REGIONS & POLICY: Thai cabinet postpones decision on GE papaya field trials, GENET - news&information
  • GMO-FREE REGIONS & POLICY: Staying clean and green a better choice than GM crops, GENET - news&information
  • GMO-FREE REGIONS & POLICY: Last-ditch bid to keep GM genie in its bottle in New South Wales (Australia), GENET - news&information
  • GMO-FREE REGIONS & POLICY: Australian MP attacks scientist on GM canola, GENET - news&information
  • BUSINESS & SEEDS: GM: We’re ready, say grain bulk handlers in Australia, GENET - news&information
  • GMO-FREE REGIONS & POLICY: EU threatens Poland with lawsuits, fines over GMO ban, GENET - news&information
  • APPROVAL: South Africa’s GMO Executive Council rejects application for GE wine yeast, GENET - news&information
  • GMO-FREE PRODUCTS & SEEDS: U.S. scientists release non-GE virus resistant wheat, GENET - news&information
  • POLICY: Pacific Conference of Churches representative warns of risks of GE crops and food, GENET - news&information
  • CONTAMINATION: Scotts (USA) to pay $500,000 fine over GE bentgrass field trials, GENET - news&information
  • FEED: Europe imports non-GE U.S. sorghum to replace GE corn, GENET - news&information
  • ANIMALS: Oxitec (UK) negotiates about locations for GE mosquito field trials, GENET - news&information
  • CONTAMINATION & FOOD: U.S. rice industry seed plan clears genetically engineered rice from commercial supply, GENET - news&information
  • PLANTS & GENES: Australian scientists identify crucial barley gene for boron toxicity tolerance, GENET - news&information
  • PLANTS & GENES: New drought-tolerant GE tobacco offers hope for warming world, GENET - news&information
  • GMO-FREE PRODUCTS: Non-GM xylanase launched to perk up bread volume, GENET - news&information
  • APPROVAL: Germany ends ban on Monsanto GMO maize type, GENET - news&information
  • RISK ASSESSMENT & APPROVAL: France suspends commercial GMO seed use, studies safety, GENET - news&information
  • RISK ASSESSMENT & APPROVAL: GM resistance is ‘threatening cheap food’ says Syngenta CEO, GENET - news&information
  • POLICY & RISK ASSESSMENT: Science and policy collide in EU over GM crops, GENET - news&information
  • SCIENCE & POLICY: UK Chief scientist attacks health reporting by BBC and Daily Mail, GENET - news&information
  • GMO-FREE REGIONS: Modified crop risks aim of program on Hawai’i (USA), GENET - news&information
  • SCIENCE & POLICY: Genetically Modified crops could be accepted in Europe within 10 years, GENET - news&information
  • SCIENCE & POLICY: Head of GM panel of Victoria (Australia) in conflict claims, GENET - news&information
  • GMO-FREE REGIONS & POLICY: Western Australian farmers ’benefit’ from non-GM trade, GENET - news&information
  • REGULATION: New South Wales (Australia) Parliament approves GM plan, GENET - news&information
  • SCIENCE & POLICY: Pay attention to GMOs, biofuels to alleviate poverty, World Bank executive tells Philippines, GENET - news&information
  • REGULATION: Argentina’s forest law creates export tax on GE soy to fight deforestation, GENET - news&information
  • AGROFUELS: China, Singapore will jointly develop GE sorghum and yam for biofuel, GENET - news&information
  • APPROVAL: BASF (Germany) still hopeful EU will approve use of new GE potato until christmas, GENET - news&information
  • BUSINESS & SEEDS: Monsanto: Winning the ground war, GENET - news&information
  • REGULATION & FOOD: Indo-US deal on Agriculture exempts some imported GE food from approval system, GENET - news&information
  • BUSINESS: Lack of venture capital is forcing Indian biotech firms to make public offers, GENET - news&information
  • APPROVAL: Official numbers for Indian Bt cotton area, GENET - news&information
  • SCIENCE & PLANTS: Arcadia Biosciences reports progress in drought-tolerance crop development, GENET - news&information
  • SCIENCE & POLICY: Showdown for Europe - On the Bt maize controversy, GENET - news&information
  • CONSUMERS & REGULATION: Euro Coop Statement Labelling: Making the non-GM alternative possible, GENET - news&information
  • SCIENCE & POLICY: Nature Biotechnology editor admits involvement in Ermakova "set-up", GENET - news&information
  • CIVIL SOCIETY ACTIVITIES: Brazil’s landless peasants occupy Syngenta plants, GENET - news&information
  • CIVIL SOCIETY ACTIVITIES: Indigenous groups defend Mexican corn, GENET - news&information
  • CONSUMERS: Peruvians ‘uninformed‘ about GM, GENET - news&information
  • PATENTS: Extreme monopoly: Venter’s team makes vast patent grab on synthetic genomes, GENET - news&information
  • PATENTS: Canadian grower ordered to pay Monsanto CAD160 per acre for violating patent rights on RR GE soybeans, GENET - news&information
  • GENES & HUMANS: Personal DNA data soon available to all Icelanders, GENET - news&information
  • CLONING & HUMANS: San Diego company formed around breakthrough in embryonic stem cell research, GENET - news&information
  • CLONING & ANIMALS: Update on animal cloning and genetic engineering, GENET - news&information
  • CONTAMINATION: IFOAM conference demands zero tolerance on GMO contamination, GENET - news&information
  • RISK ASSESSMENT & REGULATION: Germany proposes EU GM approval overhaul, GENET - news&information
  • SCIENCE & POLICY: We need GM crops, says new UK chief scientist, GENET - news&information
  • GMO-FREE REGIONS & POLICY: Western Australia says its canola crop to stay GMO-free, GENET - news&information
  • CONTAMINATION & FOOD: Rice on Canadian store shelves contaminated with LLRICE601, GENET - news&information
  • GMO-FREE REGIONS & POLICY: Protest against decision to cancel the GM moratorium, GENET - news&information
  • BUSINESS & SEEDS: U.S. corn farmers using Monsanto’s GE maize eligible for lower risk premiums in insurance programs, GENET - news&information
  • ANIMALS & FOOD: U.S. FDA approval of food from cloned animals stalled, GENET - news&information
  • CONSUMERS & REGULATION: Update on rBGH-free labeling debate in the USA, GENET - news&information
  • GMO-FREE PRODUCTS & REGULATION: GE-free beer petition launched in Germany, GENET - news&information
  • RISK ASSESSMENT: Are validated standard methods needed for GE crop risk assessments?, GENET - news&information
  • SCIENCE & POLICY: Bayer CropScience develops ”not classical GM” crops to ease public opposition, GENET - news&information
  • CONTAMINATION: Canadian Supreme Court stops class action suit against Monsanto over canola contamination, GENET - news&information
  • APPROVAL: EU decision on triple-stacked GE corn crucial for Monsanto’s business, GENET - news&information
  • BUSINESS & SEEDS: Agrobiotech companies invest in Asia, GENET - news&information
  • APPROVAL: Lifting GMO ban can trigger a deadly blow to environment and agriculture in Thailand, GENET - news&information
  • GMO-FREE PRODUCTS & SEEDS: Oregon State University (USA) starts non-GE tree breeding programme, GENET - news&information
  • GMO-FREE PRODUCTS & SEEDS: Australian and Chinese programmes to breed non-GE disease resistant wheat, GENET - news&information
  • GMO-FREE PRODUCTS & SEEDS: Italian researchers decode Pinot Noir genome for non-GE breeding, GENET - news&information
  • RISK ASSESSMENT & APPROVAL: France says to extend GMO ban unless proven safe, GENET - news&information
  • SCIENCE & POLICY: UK scientist who claimed GM crops could solve hunger admits he got it wrong, GENET - news&information
  • SCIENCE & POLICY: Australian Academy of Science endorse GM crops, GENET - news&information
  • SCIENCE & POLICY: Australian dairy farmers urged to consider GM crops, GENET - news&information
  • ANIMALS & FOOD: International Dairy Foods Association (USA) supports moratorium on milk from cloned cows, GENET - news&information
  • APPROVAL: GE corn to enter New Zealand’s food chain, GENET - news&information
  • SCIENCE & PLANTS: Don’t look for GE wheat anytime soon, GENET - news&information
  • CONTAMINATION: EU decision to stop GMO testing opens door for U.S. rice, GENET - news&information
  • CONTAMINATION: Samples of GM maize found at deserted farm in Thailand, GENET - news&information
  • SCIENCE & POLICY: EU GMO policy: Fear versus science, GENET - news&information
  • CONTAMINATION & RISK ASSESSMENT: U.S. report says gene flow from GM crops not likely to harm environment, GENET - news&information
  • SCIENCE & PLANTS: Successful field trial of Evogene’s GE tomato for improving yield and abiotic stress tolerance, GENET - news&information
  • ANIMALS & DRUGS: Public say on New Zealand’s GE cows trials at risk, GENET - news&information
  • ANIMALS & DRUGS: News on GE animals, GENET - news&information
  • APPROVAL: Transgenic maize knocking at Mexico’s door, GENET - news&information
  • PLANTS: Pandora’s Box of ills: soybeans in Paraguay, GENET - news&information
  • APPROVAL: Thai cabinet refuses to lift ban on open-field crop trials, GENET - news&information
  • ANIMALS: Sea cucumber protein used to inhibit development of malaria parasite in GE mosquitos, GENET - news&information
  • BUSINESS & SEEDS: USDA-Monsanto deal on crop insurance program causes controversy, GENET - news&information
  • BUSINESS & SEEDS: Monsanto is looking overripe, GENET - news&information
  • POLICY & REGULATION: Monsanto busted for contempt of Advertising Authority in South Africa, GENET - news&information
  • POLICY & REGULATION: U.S. farmers form lobby group to support the use of rBST, GENET - news&information
  • PLANTS: What happens when genetic engineering comes to the forest?, GENET - news&information
  • POLICY & REGULATION: State-owned farms not any longer covered by Thailand’s ban on GE crop trials, GENET - news&information

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