GENET Thread Index

Thread index
Last updated: Sat May 31 04:25:03 2008
102 messages

  • SCIENCE & BUSINESS: GE papaya genome decoded to support market introduction in Japan, GENET - news&information
  • PLANTS: Spain: experience of Bt maize, GENET - news&information
  • BUSINESS & FOOD: Despite U.S. Grains Council influence, South Korea still buys GMO-free maize, GENET - news&information
  • RISK ASSESSMENT: Resistant pests emerging concern for Bt cotton in India, GENET - news&information
  • SCIENCE & PLANTS: India-Australian fund for GM crops research likely, GENET - news&information
  • BUSINESS & FEED: U.S. livestock producer use GE feed - and suffer from high prices, GENET - news&information
  • POLICY & REGULATION: New Kenyan government wants to bring biosafety law back to Parliament, GENET - news&information
  • GMO-FREE PRODUCTS & SEEDS: African farmers gaining access to non-GE disease-resistant, ”upland” rice varieties, GENET - news&information
  • APPROVAL: Egypt recently approved a Bt-corn variety for domestic planting, GENET - news&information
  • PATENTS: USD 300 million award stands against Genentech, but $200 million in punitives get tossed, GENET - news&information
  • GMO-FREE PRODUCTS: Debenhams (UK) bans GE ingredients from cafes and restaurants, GENET - news&information
  • POLICY & REGULATION: Swiss ’dignity’ law is threat to plant biology, GENET - news&information
  • ANIMALS: Malaysian Government does not allow release of GE mosquitoes, GENET - news&information
  • CONTAMINATION & FOOD: Greenpeace uncovers illegal GM food in India, GENET - news&information
  • CONSUMERS: Fears about GMOs in South Korea, GENET - news&information
  • RISK ASSESSMENT: GM pines cleared of risk to the environment in New Zealand, GENET - news&information
  • POLICY & FOOD: U.S. President Bush on (GE) food aid, GENET - news&information
  • GMO-FREE REGIONS & POLICY: Patriarch of Georgia spoke against GE crops, GENET - news&information
  • APPROVAL: EU urged to reject 3 new GE crops, GENET - news&information
  • BUSINESS & SEEDS: Multinationals make billions in profit out of growing global food crisis, GENET - news&information
  • CIVIL SOCIETY ACTIVITIES: Indian farmers’ rally today against GM crops, GENET - news&information
  • POLICY & FOOD: Mandatory GMO labeling is the best solution in South Korea, GENET - news&information
  • SCIENCE & POLICY: Jeffrey Sachs does not any longer support GE crops to boost food production, GENET - news&information
  • BUSINESS & POLICY: Is it time for the EU to end their GM isolation?, GENET - news&information
  • APPROVAL: EU delays decision on approving more GM crops, GENET - news&information
  • CIVIL SOCIETY ACTIVITIES: Farmers seek ban on GM crops in India, GENET - news&information
  • GMO-FREE PRODUCTS & SEEDS: Non-GE quality protein maize can ensure nutritional security to poor in India, GENET - news&information
  • GMO-FREE PRODUCTS: Asoyia gains funding to expand trans free soy production in the USA, GENET - news&information
  • GMO-FREE PRODUCTS: New Western Australian non-GE apple doesn’t go brown, GENET - news&information
  • BUSINESS & SEEDS: Monsanto’s harvest of fear, GENET - news&information
  • SCIENCE & PLANTS: GRE rice plants that resist uptake of arsenic could ease food shortage, GENET - news&information
  • SCIENCE & PLANTS: Anti-gas GE grass may help tackle global warming, GENET - news&information
  • SCIENCE & PLANTS: Peanut allergy gone within five years?, GENET - news&information
  • APPROVAL: Commission hesitant to approve more GM crops, GENET - news&information
  • APPROVAL: EU ministers to debate approving GM cotton imports, GENET - news&information
  • POLICY & REGULATION: GM debate in Wales (UK) hots up, GENET - news&information
  • SCIENCE & POLICY: Food crisis calls for quick solutions that only GE crops can deliver, GENET - news&information
  • SCIENCE & POLICY: Israeli scientists debate if genetically modified foods are panacea or plague, GENET - news&information
  • SCIENCE & PLANTS: Chinese researchers discovered gene with key function in growth of rice, GENET - news&information
  • APPROVAL: GMO poplar trees set to be marketed in Belgium, GENET - news&information
  • BUSINESS & SEEDS: Australia may use genetically modified canola in 2% of crop, GENET - news&information
  • BUSINESS & SEEDS: 28% of area under cotton in Gujarat (India) using illegal seeds, GENET - news&information
  • GENET-news takes a break, GENET-news
  • POLICY & REGULATION: Dispute marks start of UN biosafety conference in Bonn, GENET - news&information
  • POLICY & REGULATION: Setback for Sarkozy as French parliament throws out GM bill, GENET - news&information
  • BUSINESS & SEEDS: GM crops ’would net $8b for farmers’ in Australia, GENET - news&information
  • BUSINESS & FEED: Farmers elsewhere reap the benefits as EU drags feet on GM, GENET - news&information
  • GMO-FREE REGIONS & REGULATION: Swiss Government to extend GE crop moratorium until 2013, GENET - news&information
  • PATENTS & SEEDS: Firms seek patents on 'Climate Ready' altered crops, GENET - news&information
  • POLICY & REGULATION: Agreement reached to work towards a legally binding instrument on liability and redress with regard to GMOs, GENET - news&information
  • POLICY & REGULATION: UN Talks reach consensus to create strict rules for GMO damage, GENET - news&information
  • POLICY & REGULATION: Australia plays the biotechnology cowboy at UN biosafety negotiations, GENET - news&information
  • POLICY & REGULATION: Plant science industry urges countries to meet obligations for international trade of living modified organisms, GENET - news&information
  • HUMANS & CLONING: Mixed emotions at another milestone in human cloning research, GENET - news&information
  • HUMANS & CLONING: U.S. researchers create genetically modified human embryo, GENET - news&information
  • ANIMALS: GE monkeys bred to contract Huntington’s disease, GENET - news&information
  • HUMANS & REGULATION: Hybrid embryo research given go-ahead by MPs in the UK, GENET - news&information
  • BUSINESS & DRUGS: WIthin 30 years, biotech companies have lost tens of billions of dollars, GENET - news&information
  • BUSINESS & FOOD: U.S. using food crisis to boost bio-engineered crops, GENET - news&information
  • PLANTS: Ban on Terminator technology under threat, GENET - news&information
  • PLANTS: German universities bow to public pressure over GM crops, GENET - news&information
  • BUSINESS & SEEDS: Monsanto hired to introduce Bt cotton into Pakistan, GENET - news&information
  • RISK ASSESSMENT: Research on Bt cotton impact sought for India, GENET - news&information
  • BUSINESS & SEEDS: Tremendous scope for vertical growth in biotech crops, GENET - news&information
  • RISK ASSESSMENT & FOOD: Trouble on the plate for Bt brinjal in India, GENET - news&information
  • PLANTS: USDA eliminates critical pesticide data management program, GENET - news&information
  • AGRICULTURE & DEVELOPMENT: Poverty in India exacerbated by GM seeds, GENET - news&information
  • POLICY & REGULATION: French lawmakers pass bill on GM crops, GENET - news&information
  • ANIMALS: Malaysia prepares to fight dengue with GM mosquitoes, GENET - news&information
  • POLICY & REGULATION: New Polish GMO bill would allow GMO-free zones, GENET - news&information
  • FOOD: Kenya advised to import GMO maize to avert famine, GENET - news&information
  • POLICY & REGULATION: Update on UK controversy on GE crops and food, GENET - news&information
  • POLICY & REGULATION: Update on Australian controversy on GE crops and food, GENET - news&information
  • CONTAMINATION: Bayer U.S. rice contamination suits should be combined, lawyers say, GENET - news&information
  • CONSUMERS & FOOD: Half of all Americans wouldn’t buy FrankenFoods…If they could tell the difference, GENET - news&information
  • CIVIL SOCIETY ACTIVITIES: Biowatch to lodge application for leave to appeal to Constitutional Court over costs order, GENET - news&information
  • PATENTS & BUSINESS: Monsanto and Syngenta make peace over soy technology, GENET - news&information
  • POLICY & SCIENCE: How Africa’s media is pushing GM crops, GENET - news&information
  • POLICY & SCIENCE: ”Risks of not adopting biotechnology are greater”, ISAAA boss tells Africa, GENET - news&information
  • AGRICULTURE & DEVELOPMENT: World’s poor pay price as crop research is cut, GENET - news&information
  • AGRICULTURE & DEVELOPMENT: A new Philanthro-Capitalist Alliance in Africa?, GENET - news&information
  • SCIENCE & PLANTS: Radiation-bred drought-resistant wheat introduced in Kenya, GENET - news&information
  • PATENTS & DEVELOPMENT: GM patents exploit the poor, GENET - news&information
  • CONSUMERS & REGULATION: Canada votes ’No’ on GE-food labels, GENET - news&information
  • BUSINESS & SEEDS: Film paints picture of a biotech bully, GENET - news&information
  • POLICY & REGULATION: World failing to monitor biotech trade: U.N., GENET - news&information
  • POLICY & REGULATION: Progress after tough talks on liability regime for GMOs, GENET - news&information
  • CONSUMERS & FOOD: Few checks to prevent entry of GM food into India, GENET - news&information
  • POLICY & REGULATION: Gene Campaign criticises India’s ’silence’ at global bio-safety meet, GENET - news&information
  • POLICY & REGULATION: European Commission flies in the face of European Parliament on GE trees, GENET - news&information
  • GMO-FREE PRODUCTS & SEEDS: Environmentalists oppose use of hybrid seeds in cultivation in Bangladesh, GENET - news&information
  • GMO-FREE PRODUCTS & SEEDS: New non-GE peanut variety resistant to nematodes and virus, GENET - news&information
  • GMO-FREE REGIONS & POLICY: POLAND – a guinea pig?, GENET - news&information
  • GMO-FREE REGIONS & POLICY: Catholic Bishops Conference open to dialogue on biotech with Philippine government, GENET - news&information
  • SCIENCE & POLICY: ABARE criticised over biased pro-GE reports, GENET - news&information
  • GMO-FREE PRODUCTS: Australian top chefs say no to GM foods, GENET - news&information
  • SCIENCE & POLICY: Czech scientists call for rational debate on GMO, GENET - news&information
  • BUSINESS & POLICY: US says GE crops key to easing food crisis, GENET - news&information
  • APPROVAL: Transgenic poplars: The ministers have not caved in, GENET - news&information
  • BUSINESS & SEEDS: New Bt cotton variety of Monsanto might cost Georgia (USA) 128 mill USD, GENET - news&information
  • FOOD & POLICY: GM foods the problem, not the solution, GENET - news&information
  • BUSINESS & SEEDS: GMO may be a solution to cut Brazil’s ag costs, GENET - news&information

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