GENET Thread Index

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  • GMO-FREE REGIONS & POLICY: GM and conventional crops can co-exist in Australia, GENET - news&information
  • GMO-FREE REGIONS & POLICY: GM seeds to be prohibited in Western Australia, GENET - news&information
  • BUSINESS & SEEDS: Indian Bt cotton field study reveals mixed picture, GENET - news&information
  • CONTAMINATION & FOOD: U.S. rice farmer sues Louisiana State University and Bayer CropScience, GENET - news&information
  • CONTAMINATION & FEED: Banned alfalfa already planted throughout the Bay region (USA), GENET - news&information
  • APPROVAL: Serbia approved trials with GE arabidopsis for land mine detection, GENET - news&information
  • POLICY & REGULATION: Public hearing on heated GMO issue to be held in Thailand, GENET - news&information
  • BUSINESS & SEEDS: Hawai‘ian papaya production taking a tumble despite GE papaya, GENET - news&information
  • APPROVAL: Philippine court stops GMO rice import, GENET - news&information
  • APPROVAL: Monsanto receives approval for the first stacked trait corn product in Argentina, GENET - news&information
  • BUSINESS & SEEDS: Monsanto stays course despite French GMO attacks, GENET - news&information
  • RISK ASSESSMENT: Transgenic maize is more susceptible to aphids, GENET - news&information
  • REGULATION & GMO-FREE REGIONS: National GMO law: Greenpeace defends Poland against challenge by European Commission, GENET - news&information
  • FOOD: Rejection of U.S. food aid by NGO signals change in global hunger policy, GENET - news&information
  • SCIENCE & PLANTS: Biofortified sorghum: The promise of improved health and nutrition, GENET - news&information
  • POLICY & SCIENCE: Monsanto and Bayer refuse to supply GE canola seed for independent field trials, GENET - news&information
  • GMO-FREE REGIONS & POLICY: Australian National Farmers' Federation wants NSW Government to end GM moratorium, GENET - news&information
  • POLICY & SCIENCE: China legislates to tolerate scientific failures, GENET - news&information
  • APPROVAL: Agriculture Research Council and GRAIN (South Africa) appeal disapproval of GM sorghum and cassava field trials, GENET - news&information
  • DRUGS & FOOD: Monsanto milk marketing complaints rejected in US, GENET - news&information
  • APPROVAL: Swiss authorities give GM wheat trials the green light, GENET - news&information
  • FOOD: UK organic lobby continues to slam GM for being food safety risk, GENET - news&information
  • FEED: Update on GE feed news, GENET - news&information
  • FOOD: Update on GE enzymes in food production, GENET - news&information
  • ANIMALS & DRUGS: Pharming lining up U.S. deal for key drug launch, GENET - news&information
  • BUSINESS & SEEDS: India may gather record cotton crop, boosting exports, GENET - news&information
  • PLANTS: Making a meal of Bt cotton, GENET - news&information
  • CONTAMINATION: Romanian island contaminated by illegal GMO, GENET - news&information
  • PATENTS: ISU, Monsanto agree on soybean patent, GENET - news&information
  • BUSINESS & SEEDS: Indian and Chinese rivals give Monsanto food for thought, GENET - news&information
  • GENES & HUMANS: First individual diploid human genome published by researchers at J. Craig Venter Institute, GENET - news&information
  • CLONING & HUMANS: UK watchdog ends ban on part-human part-animal embryo research, GENET - news&information
  • PATENTS: Monsanto loses Spanish court case on Argentine soy, GENET - news&information
  • CONTAMINATION: Romania‘s Agriculture Ministry denies Greenpeace accusations on GMOs, GENET - news&information
  • REGULATION: U.S. biotech crop rules get rewrite, GENET - news&information
  • CIVIL SOCIETY ACTIVITIES: Philippine court curbs genetically modified rice, GENET - news&information
  • GMO-FREE PRODUCTS: Prices for non-GE Chinese soya likely to rise, GENET - news&information
  • AGRICULTURE & DEVELOPMENT: Biotech will help China reclaim land and grow food, GENET - news&information
  • GMO-FREE REGIONS & POLICY: News on GE canola moratoria in Australia, GENET - news&information
  • SCIENCE & PLANTS: Scientists target release of Golden Rice by 2011 to fight global malnutrition, GENET - news&information
  • SCIENCE & POLICY: GM testing takes battle to the fields in Thailand, GENET - news&information
  • SCIENCE & PLANTS: Drought-resistant GM crops sought, GENET - news&information
  • BUSINESS & SEEDS: U.S., Brazil and Argentina form International Soybean Growers Alliance, GENET - news&information
  • BUSINESS & SEEDS: Brazil, the new father of transgenic soy, GENET - news&information
  • GMO-FREE PRODUCTS & SEEDS: Non-GE cassava introduced in Mozambique to fight root rot disease, GENET - news&information
  • BUSINESS & REGULATION: U.S. government officials warn business they will vigorously prosecute cases of foreign bribery, GENET - news&information
  • APPROVAL & ANIMALS: UK organ research being hindered by red tape, says professor, GENET - news&information
  • BUSINESS: Recent failures and successes in plant biotech industry, GENET - news&information
  • GMO-FREE PRODUCTS: Non-GE low-starch cassava discovered, GENET - news&information
  • GMO-FREE PRODUCTS & SEEDS: U.S. breeder announces non-GE gras mix to replace GE alfalfa, GENET - news&information
  • APPROVAL: Board of Pesticide Control in Maine (USA) receives Bt corn proposal, GENET - news&information
  • APPROVAL: New Zealand approves GE onion-seed trial, GENET - news&information
  • POLICY & REGULATION: Candidates state position on Far North (New Zealand) issues, GENET - news&information
  • PHARMACROPS: GE pharma crops created to produce mastitis drug, GENET - news&information
  • POLICY & REGULATION: German cabinet agreed on minimum separation of 150 and 300 metres for GM maize, GENET - news&information
  • SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY: Major international biotechnology research laboratory opens its doors in South Africa, GENET - news&information
  • SCIENCE & PLANTS: U.S. professor part of international team that has produced GE HARDY rice, GENET - news&information
  • GMO-FREE PRODUCTS & SEEDS: Indonesian partnership produces super non-GE soybean, GENET - news&information
  • RISK ASSESSMENT: Sweden: Research into GE trees risks irreversible damage to forest, GENET - news&information
  • ANIMALS: GM glowing fish could be sold in Australia, GENET - news&information
  • BUSINESS & SEEDS: Monsanto, Dow agreement paves the way for eight-gene stacked GE corn, GENET - news&information
  • GMO-FREE REGIONS & POLICY: Budget for anti-GMO ordinance not enough, GENET - news&information
  • PLANTS: GM corn ‘improves animal feed, cuts pollution‘, GENET - news&information
  • PHARMACROPS: Kansas GE pharma rice to help fight childhood illness, GENET - news&information
  • CONSUMERS: More than 70% of Europeans are against GM food, say surveys, GENET - news&information
  • SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY: Sound Science: Most science studies appear to be tainted - by sloppy analysis, GENET - news&information
  • GMO-FREE REGIONS & POLICY: EU Court rejects law of Upper Austria to ban GE crops, GENET - news&information
  • POLICY & PLANTS: Climate concerns will reduce chance of new public backlash against GE crops, says industry, GENET - news&information
  • APPROVAL & FOOD: Philippines court issues restraining order vs importation of GMO rice, GENET - news&information
  • POLICY & REGULATION: Iowa authorities digs into farm giant Monsanto after soybean suit settled, GENET - news&information
  • SCIENCE & GENES: One species‘ genome discovered inside another‘s, GENET - news&information
  • PHARMACROPS: Diabetes drug from GE pahrma lettuce tested in humans, GENET - news&information
  • POLICY & SCIENCE: ICAR (India) for terminator tech to contain weeds, GENET - news&information
  • HUMANS: Death in gene therapy treatment is still unexplained, GENET - news&information
  • CIVIL SOCIETY ACTIVITIES: Greenpeace India questions ICAR move to conduct GE Brinjal field trials, GENET - news&information
  • BUSINESS: Viragen subsidiary ViraNative (Sweden) files for bankruptcy, GENET - news&information
  • CONTAMINATION & FEED: U.S. organic farmers fear spread of genetically altered alfalfa, GENET - news&information
  • SCIENCE & PLANTS: University of Delaware (USA) leads $5.3-million research project on rice epigenetics, GENET - news&information
  • BUSINESS & SEEDS: Indian Government seeks changes in GM crop field trial order, GENET - news&information
  • AGRICULTURE & DEVELOPMENT: Cotton output in Punjab set to fall, GENET - news&information
  • POLICY & SCIENCE: Bio-nanotechnology will help India's food security: Pawar, GENET - news&information
  • AGRICULTURE & DEVELOPMENT: ’Maharashtra farmers got better yields with Bt cotton technology’, GENET - news&information
  • SCIENCE & PLANTS: Seminars set to advance cause of science - GE crops in Zimbabwe, GENET - news&information
  • POLICY & REGULATION: India proposes Draft Notification of Nutrition Guidelines for Genetically Modified Foods, GENET - news&information
  • APPROVAL: Ireland might abstain in Herculex GE maize vote, GENET - news&information
  • POLICY & REGULATION: UK Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs denies GE crop claims, GENET - news&information
  • GMO-FREE REGIONS & POLICY: France moves towards a freeze on growing GM crops, GENET - news&information
  • BUSINESS & SEEDS: U.S. National Corn Growers Association promotes GE cron in Czech Republic, GENET - news&information
  • BUSINESS & SEEDS: US Ambassador Taubman pleads for GMO crops in Romania, GENET - news&information
  • POLICY & SCIENCE: GM a climate change weapon, GENET - news&information
  • REGULATION & CONTAMINATION: U.S. Agriculture Secretary announces Biotechnology Quality Management System, GENET - news&information
  • APPROVAL: Court halts introduction of GM rice in the Philippines, GENET - news&information
  • PLANTS: ’Golden rice’ commercial release eyed, GENET - news&information
  • AGRICULTURE & DEVELOPMENT: Argentina high court orders protection of malnourished indigenous group, GENET - news&information
  • PLANTS: Cornell (USA) helps develop Bt eggplant, the first GE food crop in South Asia, GENET - news&information
  • BUSINESS & SEEDS: Brazil biosafety agency approves Syngenta GMO corn, GENET - news&information
  • CIVIL SOCIETY ACTIVITIES: ERMA (New Zealand) to face legal challenge over GE trials, GENET - news&information
  • REGULATION: Indian States and Union Terretories told to form panel for Bt crop trial, GENET - news&information
  • GENES: Drug resistance gene has spread from East Coast to Midwest, GENET - news&information
  • ANIMALS: New strategy to create genetically-modified animals developed, GENET - news&information
  • AGROFUELS & RENEWABLES: Gene-modified eucalyptus ingests more CO2, GENET - news&information
  • BUSINESS & SEEDS: Agri biotech has huge potential to raise farm incomes in India: Argentine official, GENET - news&information
  • GMO-FREE REGIONS & REGULATION: Total ban on GM crops not possible: EU Commission, GENET - news&information
  • DRUGS: South African HIV trial suffers setback, GENET - news&information
  • AGRICULTURE & DEVELOPMENT: Seeds of distress: Story of cotton seed growers in Andhra Pradesh (India), GENET - news&information
  • AGRICULTURE & DEVELOPMENT: Thai farmers back GMO at Biotechnology Alliance Association meeting, GENET - news&information
  • CONTAMINATION: Argentina to segregate stacked GE corn not approved in the EU, GENET - news&information
  • POLICY & REGULATION: Seoul to ratify Biosafety Protocol, GENET - news&information
  • APPROVAL: EU ministers deadlocked on three GMO maize approvals, GENET - news&information
  • BUSINESS & SEEDS: Evogene in megadeal with Monsanto, GENET - news&information
  • RISK ASSESSMENT: ASA welcomes positive EU safety decision for LibertyLink® soybeans, GENET - news&information
  • BUSINESS & SEEDS: Monsanto wants to triple biotech acres, GENET - news&information
  • APPROVEL & FEED: GM Policy strangles EU livestock industry, GENET - news&information
  • PLANTS: Argentina pampas crops threatened by herbicide-resistant weed, GENET - news&information
  • CONTAMINATION & COEXISTENCE: U.S. rice tests show no genetic contamination, GENET - news&information
  • CONTAMINATION & COEXISTENCE: Spilled GM canola growing in Japan - Citizens’ survey results 2007, GENET - news&information
  • POLICY & REGULATION: Doors opened for processed GM foods to enter Indian market, GENET - news&information
  • CONSUMERS: Support for biotechnology continues to be high among Canadians, GENET - news&information
  • CONSUMERS: U.S. food safety concerns do not include biotechnology, GENET - news&information

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