GENET Thread Index

Thread index
Last updated: Thu May 31 04:25:02 2012
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  • BUSINESS & SEEDS: Sunflower gene spliced into Argentine GE soybean to boost yield by USD10 billion each year, GENET - news&information
  • BUSINESS & POLICY: Rebrand GM crops as ‘green’ technology might help to overcome European resistance, GENET - news&information
  • BUSINESS & SEEDS: Syngenta predicts large scale GE corn adoption in Asia by 2017, GENET - news&information
  • BUSINESS & SEEDS: Israeli researchers are sowing GE seeds of revolution to fight world food shortage, GENET - news&information
  • POLICY & REGULATION: European Commission requests Bulgaria to correctly implement rules around GM micro-organisms, GENET - news&information
  • SCIENCE & PLANTS: Mixed results from Australian GM canola trials, GENET - news&information
  • RISK ASSESSMENT & APPROVAL: U.S. Farm Bureau urges approval of new 2,4-D herbicide-tolerant corn, GENET - news&information
  • BUSINESS & SEEDS: Romanian area cultivated with GM corn drops below 300 ha, GENET - news&information
  • BUSINESS & APPROVALS: China inks Argentine corn deal but exports blocked until China approves GE corn, GENET - news&information
  • POLICY & REGULATION: California (USA) heads for vote on modified food labeling, GENET - news&information
  • SCIENCE & POLICY: UK anti-GM activists urged by scientists not to trash GM wheat field, GENET - news&information
  • SCIENCE & POLICY: U.K. researchers plead with protesters to leave plants alone, GENET - news&information
  • BUSINESS & POLICY: California public to vote on GMO Label Act; Biotech lies begin, GENET - news&information
  • POLICY & REGULATION: Genetically modified crops’ results raise concern in the USA, GENET - news&information
  • RISK ASSESSMENT & TECHNOLOGY: New GM crops could make superweeds even stronger, GENET - news&information
  • POLICY & REGULATION: Designed to fail: Why regulatory agencies don’t work, GENET - news&information
  • POLICY & REGULATION: Convention on Biodiversity discusses legal challenges posed by synthetic biology, GENET - news&information
  • RISK ASSESSMENT & TECHNOLOGY: Mosquitoes shoot blanks in scientist’s air war on dengue, GENET - news&information
  • GMO-FREE PRODUCTS & SEEDS: GE seeds not an answer to poor yields says Zimbabwe’s SeedCo, GENET - news&information
  • POLICY & REGULATION: ActionAid Tanzania cautions country on GM crops, GENET - news&information
  • POLICY & REGULATION: Africa’s frankenfoods, GENET - news&information
  • TECHNOLOGY & POLICY: When a non-profit gets in bed with the enemy, GENET - news&information
  • TECHNOLOGY & POLICY: The tide in Africa turns in favour of GE foods, GENET - news&information
  • RISK ASSESSMENT & APPROVAL: Philippine GE eggplant war: Petition against field trials ”is not in the national interest”, GENET - news&information
  • APPROVAL & DRUGS: Prostate cancer vaccine uses DNA to fight disease, GENET - news&information
  • APPROVAL & DRUGS: First drug from GE plant cell culture on the market, GENET - news&information
  • BUSINESS & PHARMACROPS: Canadian GE safflower-based drug developer SymBioSys closes business, GENET - news&information
  • APPROVAL & BIOFUELS: Suzano unit gets Brazil approval to trial GM eucalyptus for biomass, GENET - news&information
  • PATENTS & REGULATION: Patent on animal breeding revoked - EPO revokes patent on sperm cells, GENET - news&information
  • GMO-FREE REGIONS & REGULATION: State of Yucatan (Mexico) works on a GM-free decree, GENET - news&information
  • BUSINESS & POLICY: Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation spends USD 3Mill to speed up GE crop and food approval in Kenya, GENET - news&information
  • POLICY & REGULATION: GM cotton and food is penetrating Vietnamese market without oversight, GENET - news&information
  • RISK ASSESSMENT & TECHNOLOGY: 98 reasons not to use glyphosate on seed fields becausye of poor germination, GENET - news&information
  • RISK ASSESSMENT & TECHNOLOGY: Request for an urgent EFSA reappraisal of all GM soy consents, GENET - news&information
  • RISK ASSESSMENT & TECHNOLOGY: Dansih researchers test GM and non-GM soya in pig diets, GENET - news&information
  • CONSUMERS & REGULATION: Connecticut’s GE foods Bill eviscerated by lawyers, GENET - news&information
  • RISK ASSESSMENT & APPROVAL: GE mosquito release in Florida (USA) on indefinite hold, GENET - news&information
  • GMO-FREE PRODUCTS & SEEDS: Monsanto Company launches new non-GE downy mildew resistant cucumber hybrids, GENET - news&information
  • BUSINESS & REGULATION: Indian Bt cotton thrives at cost of child labour, GENET - news&information
  • GMO-FREE REGIONS & POLICY: Azerbaijan strongly against import of GM food products, GENET - news&information
  • MP shows support for UK GM wheat trials, GENET - news&information
  • SCIENCE & PLANTS: Destroyed New Zealand GE pines trial to be re-planted, GENET - news&information
  • POLICY & REGULATION: Ministry of Environment Science and Technology of Ghana satisfied about Biosafety Act, GENET - news&information
  • CONSUMERS & REGULATION: Gulf Cooperation Council Subcommittee discussed GM food issues, GENET - news&information
  • BUSINESS & REGULATION: EFSA chair resigns over conflict of interest with position in food industry organisation, GENET - news&information
  • BUSINESS & SCIENCE: How your college is selling out to big agribiotech companies, GENET - news&information
  • BUSINESS & SCIENCE: Public research, private gain: Corporate influence over U.S. university agricultural research, GENET - news&information
  • BUSINESS & POLICY: European Parliament postpones EFSA budget approval over conflicts of interest, GENET - news&information
  • PATENTS & REGULATION: European Parliament votes against patents on plants and animals, GENET - news&information
  • SCIENCE & POLICY: 4,000 people back campaign to protect UK GM wheat trial, GENET - news&information
  • SCIENCE & POLICY: Anti-GM farmer prepared to be arrested at UK GE wheat protests, GENET - news&information
  • BUSINESS & POLICY: U.S. consumers trust GE food according to survey of food industry lobby group, GENET - news&information
  • POLICY & REGULATION: New research reveals challenges in U.S. GE crop regulatory process, GENET - news&information
  • AGRICULTURE & DEVELOPMENT: Bt Cotton, a bitter harvest for Indian farmers, GENET - news&information
  • AGRICULTURE & DEVELOPMENT: Bt cotton proves ‘deadly’ for Indian farmers, GENET - news&information
  • AGRICULTURE & DEVELOPMENT: Cultivation of BT cotton hurting food crops in Pakistan, GENET - news&information
  • BUSINESS & SEEDS: Rush for Bt cotton seeds leads to chaos in Haveri district (India), GENET - news&information
  • POLICY & REGULATION: Indian Supreme Court orders report on whether to ban GE crop trials or not, GENET - news&information
  • RISK ASSESSMENT & APPROVAL: Decision due on Irish GM potato trial, GENET - news&information
  • RISK ASSESSMENT & APPROVAL: Philippine Supreme Court stops field trials of genetically modified eggplant, GENET - news&information
  • BUSINESS & POLICY: Indian Association of Biotech Led Enterprises-Agriculture Group advocates use of GE crops to fight hunger in the coming years, GENET - news&information
  • BUSINESS & POLICY: Reaping gold through Bt cotton and newsprint, GENET - news&information
  • RISK ASSESSMENT & TECHNOLOGY: GE corn & sick honey bees - what’s the link?, GENET - news&information
  • GMO-FREE REGIONS & REGULATION: Local group hopes Jackson County (Oregon/USA) will ban GE plants, GENET - news&information
  • RISK ASSESSMENT & APPROVAL: Pakistan’s National Bio-safety Centre effectively dysfunctional since August 2011, GENET - news&information
  • BUSINESS & SEEDS: Burkina Faso gives up Bt cotton this year, GENET - news&information
  • POLICY & REGULATION: MPs of Environmental Audit Committee urge UK Government caution on GM crops, GENET - news&information
  • SCIENCE & RISK ASSESSMENT: UK scientists pushing for public debate on GM wheat trial, GENET - news&information
  • RISK ASSESSMENT & APPROVAL: Philippine institutions defend field trial of ’BT talong’, GENET - news&information
  • POLICY & REGULATION: Global and national resistance to genetically modified organisms: The precautionary path, GENET - news&information
  • RISK ASSESSMENT & APPROVAL: Kenyan scientists now raise fears on safety of GMOs, GENET - news&information
  • BUSINESS & SEEDS: Dow’s new ad wants you to know: 2,4-D corn is necessary to reed the world, GENET - news&information
  • RISK ASSESSMENT & TECHNOLOGY: Glyphosate resistant super weeds no easy fix for US agriculture-experts, GENET - news&information
  • RISK ASSESSMENT & TECHNOLOGY: The dangers of GM - Europe must learn the lessons from America, GENET - news&information
  • COEXISTANCE & REGULATION: Coexistence becoming more complicated in the USA, GENET - news&information
  • SCIENCE & BIOFUELS: GM Jatropha hopes to break into biodiesel market, GENET - news&information
  • ANIMALS & POLICY: Adopting out retired GE ’enviropigs’ a non-starter due to risks, Canadian scientist says, GENET - news&information
  • CONTAMINATION & REGULATION: Western Australian farmers agree on 1.1km buffer zone to prevent GE canola contamination, GENET - news&information
  • RISK ASSESSMENT & APPROVAL: Alaska (USA) Congressional delegation unites in opposition to ’frankenfish’, GENET - news&information
  • CONSUMERS & PLANTS: Destroy GMO-tainted papaya crops, Thai researcher says, GENET - news&information
  • BUSINESS & POLICY: India scientists and farmers lack understanding of Bt cotton, GENET - news&information
  • RISK ASSESSMENT & CONTAMINATION: Canadian breeder files application for GE apple that won’t turn brown, GENET - news&information
  • RISK ASSESSMENT & APPROVAL: Greenpeace Philippines optimistic ’Bt’ eggplant to be permanently banned, GENET - news&information
  • BUSINESS & POLICY: Kenya to commercialize genetically modified foods by 2014, ISAAA announces, GENET - news&information
  • BUSINESS & SEEDS: Sudan and China agree on Bt cotton cooperation, GENET - news&information
  • BUSINESS & POLICY: Monsanto advocates for GE crops in Swaziland, GENET - news&information
  • BUSINESS & POLICY: U.S. government and private business to change agricultural policy and business in Ethiopia, Tanzania and Ghana, GENET - news&information
  • POLICY & REGULATION: UK GM wheat trial promises fiery TV debate, GENET - news&information
  • POLICY & REGULATION: UK farmer charged with criminal damage at GM crop trial site, GENET - news&information
  • GMO-FREE REGIONS & REGULATION: Richmond (Canada) city council passes ban on GE crops, GENET - news&information
  • GMO-FREE PRODUCTS: Food industry offers more non-GE choices, GENET - news&information
  • GMO-FREE REGIONS & REGULATION: EU food agency rejects France ban on Monsanto GM maize, GENET - news&information
  • RISK ASSESSMENT & TECHNOLOGY: Herbicide resistant weeds called ”game changes”, comparable to antibiotica resistant bacteria, GENET - news&information
  • POLICY & REGULATION: Illegal field trials of GE cherry, kiwi and olive trees exposed in Italy by the Genetic Rights Foundation, GENET - news&information
  • BUSINESS & SCIENCE: AquaBounty’s largest shareholder the former economics minister of Georgia decides about fate of GE salmon, GENET - news&information
  • RISK ASSESSMENT & TECHNOLOGY: GM cotton in Burkina Faso: is it the answer?, GENET - news&information
  • BUSINESS & POLICY: Gates-funded Africa Biosafety Network of Expertise and AfricaBio organise biosafety tour, GENET - news&information
  • POLICY & REGULATION: Activists flay genetically modified food at Nigerian biosafety workshop, GENET - news&information
  • BUSINESS & SEEDS: GE maize production blossoms in South Africa, GENET - news&information
  • GMO-FREE REGIONS & REGULATION: Mayor assures to make Mysore (India) a GE free city, GENET - news&information
  • BUSINESS & SEEDS: Dow AgroSciences launches five-genes-stacked corn in Brazil announcing 5-10% yield increase, GENET - news&information
  • GMO-FREE REGIONS & POLICY: Richmond (Canada) takes bold and progressive stand on frankenfoods, GENET - news&information
  • SCIENCE & POLICY: U.S. animal group urges to find safe homes for the GE Enviropigs, GENET - news&information
  • RISK ASSESSMENT & POLICY: Biotech industry - hidden influence in Germany, GENET - news&information
  • APPLICATIONS & APPROVAL: Number of EU GM crop field trials still in decline, GENET - news&information
  • SCIENCE & POLICY: GM wheat in the UK: Squaring the genetically modified crop circle, GENET - news&information
  • CONSUMERS & REGULATION: U.S. dispute over labeling of genetically modified food intensifies, GENET - news&information
  • GMO-FREE REGIONS & REGULATION: Boulder County (USA) voters still split on GMO crops issue, GENET - news&information
  • GMO-FREE REGIONS & POLICY: Hundreds back Richmond (Canada) council resolution banning GM crops, GENET - news&information
  • RISK ASSESSMENT & APPROVAL: Conservation bodies alarm at US Senate failure over GE salmon, GENET - news&information
  • SCIENCE & POLICY: UK GM scientists’ risky strategy that won public support, GENET - news&information
  • SCIENCE & POLICY: ”Carefully crafted” - The inside story on the GM wheat trial debate, GENET - news&information
  • SCIENCE & POLICY: Anti-GM protesters kept from tearing up wheat crop by police, GENET - news&information
  • POLICY & REGULATION: Indian National Biodiversity Authority is going to launch brinjal biopiracy complaint against Monsanto, GENET - news&information
  • BUSINESS & SEEDS: Indian Council of Agriculture Research offers gene bank to multinational seed breeders, GENET - news&information
  • AGRICULTURE & DEVELOPMENT: The politics of food for the hungry in India, GENET - news&information
  • BUSINESS & POLICY: Malawi’s President promotes GE crops because they require not pesticides and are drought resistant, GENET - news&information
  • BUSINESS & REGULATION: Smallholder farmers and consumers to pay the price for South African corporate seed merger, GENET - news&information
  • RISK ASSESSMENT & APPROVAL: China may begin buying Argentinian GE corn soon says Minister, GENET - news&information

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