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      HIGHLIGHTS

UK general election: political party support for GM
London (4.4.15) – Nature has asked seven of the political parties competing in...[Read Full Story]...

Back and forth
London (4.4.15) – The last few weeks have seen a fair amount of “yes, it is” ....[Read Full Story]...

EU GM-nationalisation legislation passed
London (4.4.15) – As we have noted several times recently (1, 2), the EU has ...[Read Full Story]...

Moving forwards
London (4.4.15) – The prospect of more GM-food products in the retail market...[Read Full Story]...

Genetic changes in GM crops

London (4.4.15) – For years opponents of agricultural biotechnology ....[Read Full Story]...

Constitutional doubts about a German GM maize ban
According to Hans-Georg Dederer (a constitutional lawyer and professor in the....[Read Full Story]...

Parliament on GM
London (1.3.15) – The Science and Technology Committee of the House of...[Read Full Story]...

Whatever will they think of next?
London(1.3.15) – The European Food Safety Authority has published a ...[Read Full Story]...

Believable?
London (1.3.15) – At the time of their publication we seem to have overlooked a ...[Read Full Story]...

GM-potatoes
The newly approved, genetically engineered “Innate” brand of potato (2) is quite remarkable. It is bruise resistant and contains 50 to...[Read Full Story]...








 


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