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  • RISK ASSESSMENT: Two unsprayed rows mitigate effect of GMHT sugarbeet on bird populations, GENET-news
  • FOOD: Golden potatoes engineered to give beta-carotene boost, GENET-news
  • GMO-FREE REGIONS & PRODUCTS: Dutch researcher bred non-GEfungi-resistant tomato, GENET-news
  • SCIENCE: Israeli scientists enhance food with the scent of flowers, GENET-news
  • AGRICULTURE & DEVELOPMENT: Bt cotton brands leave Indian farmersconfused, GENET-news
  • POLICY: Indian Government refuses to divulge details of GM fieldtrials, GENET-news
  • PATENTS: Monsanto's soybean monopoly challenged at the EuropeanPatent Office in Munich, GENET-news
  • DRUGS & PHARMACROPS: GE pharma crops grown in Chile by SemBioSyscannot enter Canada, GENET-news
  • DRUGS & PHARMACROPS: Down on the pharm, GENET-news
  • APPROVAL: Minnesota (USA) gives thumbs up to Syngenta,Pioneer/DowAgroSciences Herculex RW GE maize, GENET-news
  • RISK ASSESSMENT: U.S. judge mulls making GE alfalfa ban permanent, GENET-news
  • CONTAMINATION: Illegal GE maize enters the EU, GENET-news
  • REGULATION / RISK ASSESSMENT: Are regulators for regulating or forpopularising GM crops?, GENET-news
  • GMO-FREE REGIONS & PRODUCTS: Update from the GM-Free Brazil Campaign, GENET-news
  • REGULATION: Biowatch South Africa: Cost ruling under fierce attack, GENET-news
  • PLANTS: The truth about GM crops - as told by ISAAA, GENET-news
  • BUSINESS: Brazil and China sigh Bt-cotton agreement, GENET-news
  • ANIMALS: Genes being developed for diseases resistant chicken inIndia, GENET-news
  • PATENTS: REVOKED!! Monsanto monopoly nixed in Munich, GENET-news
  • RISK ASSESSMENT: Report claims EU crop approval processes arebiased against GM, GENET-news
  • REGULATION / FOOD: EFSA seeks cloned animal studies, GENET-news
  • RISK ASSESSMENT: U.S. judge extends ban on planting geneticallyengineered alfalfa, GENET-news
  • CONTAMINATION: Saskatchewan Court of Appeal rejects appeal onCanadian GM canola case, GENET-news
  • REGULATION /FOOD: Labeling of genetically engineered food:Consumers still kept in the dark, GENET-news
  • APPROVAL / PLANTS: Greece and Cyprus negative on GE crops, GENET-news
  • REGULATION & POLICY: Plan for GM crop field trials revived inThailand, GENET-news
  • FOOD: U.S. wheat industry works towards a GE wheat consensus, GENET-news
  • APPROVAL: EU must speed response to new GMOs - Farm chief, GENET-news
  • GMO-FREE REGIONS & PRODUCTS: On the Massachusetts (USA) campaign onlocal GE crop bans, GENET-news
  • REGULATION: Indian Supreme Court convenes hearing on GM crop ban, GENET-news
  • REGULATION: Maine (USA) bill to protect organic farmers reaches toofar, GENET-news
  • CONSUMER: Only 47% of U.S. voters see GE food as positive, GENET-news
  • BUSINESS: Biotech leader sees challenges ahead, GENET-news
  • PLANTS: GE crop research on Hawaii lacks real success, GENET-news
  • HUMANS: The next Human Genome Project: Our microbes, GENET-news
  • DRUGS & PHARMACROPS: Novo Nordisk profits from high GE insulinprices in the U.S., GENET-news
  • BUSINESS: Governor of Massachusetts (USA) wants to invest $1billion in biotech, GENET-news
  • REGULATION / APPROVAL: India Supreme Court allows field trials ofGM crops, poses conditions, GENET-news
  • DRUGS & PHARMACROPS: Genetically modified chicory brings hope toAfrican malaria patients, GENET-news
  • DRUGS / FOOD: Hormone-free milk ad is false, GENET-news
  • POLICY: Indian Minister for Environment: Biotechnology willdominate the 21st century, GENET-news
  • ANIMALS: Taiwan animal rights group protests "fluorescent pigs", GENET-news
  • POLICY: GE crops and climate change (2): the Australian debate, GENET-news
  • POLICY: GE crops and climate change (3): the Vatican, GENET-news
  • POLICY: GE crops and climate change (4): GE rice for carbon credits, GENET-news
  • REGULATION / COEXISTENCE: Canadian organic farmers may appeal ruling, GENET-news
  • CONTAMINATION: Cuba lifts ban on U.S. long-grain rice, GENET-news
  • POLICY: GE crops and climate change (1): non-GE approaches, GENET-news
  • RISK ASSESSMENT / FOOD: Russian researchers present new data onnegative influence of GMO on human health, GENET-news
  • APPROVAL / RISK ASSESSMENT: Germany tightens restrictions on MON801Bt maize, GENET-news
  • APPROVAL / RISK ASSESSMENT: Indian GM field trials may beimpossible under Supreme Court's restrictions, GENET-news
  • FEED: Dutch authorities order partial recall of illegal GE maizeimports, GENET-news
  • COEXISTENCE: Study examines potential impact of GM canola onorganic sectors in Australia, GENET-news
  • REGULATION / APPROVAL: Ghana to accept GM products soon?, GENET-news
  • PLANTS: Bt cotton has failed in Vidarbha (India), GENET-news
  • GMO-FREE REGIONS & PRODUCTS: Victoria (Australia) discusses end ofGE crop moratorium, GENET-news
  • FOOD: 'European Union not opposed to GM crops', African journalistsare told, GENET-news
  • GMO-FREE REGIONS & PRODUCTS: Non-GE rice with bacterial leaf blightresistance genes developed, GENET-news
  • PLANTS: Vietnam looks to develop GM crops by 2020, GENET-news
  • PLANTS: Agriculture Minister of Romania in favor of GM soy, GENET-news
  • PLANTS: How much Bt toxin do genetically engineered MON810 maizeplants actually produce?, GENET-news
  • REGULATION / APPROVAL: Indian ban on trials of GM crops to continue, GENET-news
  • SCIENCE: Recent GE research news, GENET-news
  • REGULATION: U.S. States introduce numerous bills to regulategenetically modified foods, GENET-news
  • BUSINESS: U.S. GE rice contamination favors GE-free rice trade, GENET-news
  • PLANTS: Effort launched to stop GE eucalyptus plantations in USSoutheast, GENET-news
  • GMO-FREE REGIONS & PRODUCTS: Bracks Government (Victoria,Australia) takes a careful approach on GM, GENET-news
  • GMO-FREE REGIONS & PRODUCTS: Farmers outraged at Victoriancontamination plan, GENET-news
  • GMO-FREE REGIONS & PRODUCTS: Australia: On "self-serving organicfarmers" and scientists, GENET-news
  • AGRICULTURE & DEVELOMENT: Future of biotechnology in India, GENET-news
  • PLANTS: Researchers put GM sweet banana on trial in Uganda thismonth, GENET-news
  • REGULATION/ FOOD: GMO certification to drive prices by 0,5 to 15percent in Moscow, GENET-news
  • GMO-FREE REGIONS & PRODUCTS: Non-GE solution found for cassavaroot-rot devastation in Africa, GENET-news
  • REGULATION / AGROFUELS: GM ban could land Cyprus in hot water, GENET-news
  • SCIENCE: Can GE parasites fight malaria mosqitoes?, GENET-news
  • ANIMALS: International Rhesus Macaque Genome Sequencing andAnalysis Consortium publishes results, GENET-news
  • DRUGS / ANIMALS: The role of transgenic livestock in the treatmentof human disease, GENET-news
  • APPROVAL: EU Ag Commissioner impressed by U.S. farm size, wishes tospeed up GE crop approvals, GENET-news
  • PHARMACROPS / APPROVAL: U.S. approves GMO rice to produce humanproteins, GENET-news
  • APPROVAL: In Brazil, Bayer's GMO corn has one more political hurdle, GENET-news
  • APPROVALS / PLANTS: Two opinions on GE alfalfa ban, GENET-news
  • BUSINESS: Monsanto-Delta deal nears U.S. antitrust OK, GENET-news
  • POLICY /BUSINESS: Allied with Brazilian agribusiness, Syngentaresists governor's decree to expropriate site, GENET-news
  • ANIMALS: UK authorities confirm illegal GM fish sales, GENET-news
  • GMO-FREE REGIONS & PRODUCTS: Debate in Victoria (Australia)continues, GENET-news
  • APPROVAL / PLANTS: Fallout of SC ruling: 49 new GM cotton strainscleared in India, GENET-news
  • GMO-FREE REGIONS & PRODUCTS: Parliament of South Korea bannedgenetically modified food from school menus, GENET-news
  • BUSINESS: Chicago Board of Trade rice futures dropped, GENET-news
  • AGRICULTURE & DEVELOPMENT: Will Africa cotton to bioengineering?, GENET-news
  • ANIMALS: Genetic map completed for mass-killer mosquito, GENET-news
  • GMO-FREE REGIONS & PRODUCTS: Parliament of Cyprus rejects use of GEagrofuels, GENET-news
  • APPROVAL / PLANTS: Bayer cancels GE potato field trials in the UK, GENET-news
  • COEXISTENCE: A healthy mix: strategies for GM and non-GM cropcoexistence in Brazil, GENET-news
  • APPROVAL / PHARMA CROPS: GE peas to combat infectious diseasesapproved for field testing in Germany, GENET-news
  • DRUGS / ANIMALS: Down on the biopharm, GENET-news
  • CONTAMINATION / FEED: Animal feed containing illegal GM maizecompound, GENET-news
  • GMO-FREE REGIONS & PRODUCTS: Government of Victoria (Australia)announces panel to review GE canola moratorium, GENET-news
  • GMO-FREE REGIONS & PRODUCTS: Victorian Farmers Federation supportslifting of GE canola ban, GENET-news
  • SEGREGATION / BUSINESS: Severe decline in corn gluten exportsweakens US ethanol industry's future, GENET-news
  • POLICY: Sarkozy & French campaigners agree on green summit - butnot on GE crops, GENET-news
  • REGULATION: Prime Minister of Malaysia: Give bio-safety attention, GENET-news
  • AGROFUELS: Japanese team set up to promote GM crops for biofuel, GENET-news
  • POLICY / BUSINESS: U.S. biotechnology industry approves ProductLaunch Stewardship Policy to minimize trade disruptions, GENET-news
  • APPROVAL / CONTAMINATION: News on GE rice approvals andcontaminations, GENET-news
  • REGULATION & POLICY: EU moves fast on Life Science andBiotechnology Strategy but is slow on coexistence rules, GENET-news
  • POLICY: European Parliament urges Commission to prohibit GE fishimports, GENET-news
  • BUSINESS / PATENTS: Monsanto expands its business, GENET-news
  • GMO-FREE REGIONS & PRODUCTS: On GE-free breeding activities inIsrael, GENET-news
  • APPROVAL: New risks to the environment? Confusion surrounds BVLnotification in Germany, GENET-news
  • PLANTS: MON810 Bt maize: "The variations are within a biologicallyexplainable range.", GENET-news
  • APPROVAL: Bayer wins Brazil GM corn approval due to change ofvoting rules, GENET-news
  • DRUGS & PHARMACROPS: South African research group receives grant towork on GE pharma crops, GENET-news
  • RISK ASSESSMENT: Swiss National Fund excludes prominent researcherfrom risk assessment program on GE plants, GENET-news
  • RISK ASSESSMENT: Pollen-mediated gene flow from GE sorghum expectedto be extensive, GENET-news
  • SCIENCE: University of Queensland (Australia) receives funds toovercome sugercane's resistance to GE, news
  • REGULATION & POLICY: The Australian Greens on the GMO Actemergency dealing provisions, news
  • BUSINESS: Argentina is the land of plenty for new soya king, news
  • PLANTS: Ignorance reigns as GMOs take root in Tanzania, news
  • CONTAMINATION: GMO products spread in SADC - Study, news
  • PLANTS: Monsanto develops double-herbicide tolerant GE crops, news
  • PATENTS: The story of the basmati rice patent battle, news
  • REGULATION / SCIENCE: WHO to ban genetic engineering of smallpoxvirus, news
  • REGULATION / APPROVAL: Indian Supreme Court upholds importance ofbiosafety, news
  • SCIENCE / SEEDS: Apomictic cotton hybrids - a scientificbreakthrough promises a seed, news
  • BUSINESS: BT seeds to gain half of India's cotton area, news
  • REGULATION & POLICY: US still bullying EU to market GMOs, GENET-news
  • PLANTS: Burkina Faso delays production of genetically modifiedcotton, GENET-news
  • APPROVAL / PLANTS: New Zealand's authority approves GE brassicafield trial, GENET-news
  • REGULATION / PLANTS: New statute protects the DNA of wild rice inMinnesota (USA), GENET-news
  • RISK ASSESSMENT / PLANTS: France could follow Germany in GM cornrestriction, GENET-news
  • PEOPLE: CSIRO (Australia) 'dumps' anti-GM expert, GENET-news

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