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December 19, 2014

Bee experts shred ‘Harvard’ neonics-Colony Collapse Disorder study, upbraid journalists for ‘activist science’ (Genetic Literacy Project)

Syngenta might look to put Viptera controversy "to bed" after Chinese authorization, says lawyer

December 18, 2014

ISB News Report, December 2014

GMOs and global food security (Genetic Literacy Project)

Italia - Professor  Giuseppe Altieri: tolleranza zero sui prodotti contenenti anche solo tracce di ogm (Agenparl)

December 17, 2014

GMO Bt corn’s underrated ability to reduce mycotoxins benefits health and economy (Genetic Literacy Project)

EUA deve aumentar regulação do mercado transgênico (Agrolink)

New U.S. National Corn Growers Association CEO discusses biotech acceptance (AG Professional)

December 15, 2014

Scientists need to rethink their beliefs about GMOs (The Des Moines Register)

Scientists say Kenya’s GMO ban is stalling biotech R&D (SciDev.Net)

Deutschland - Diskussion um Gentechnik in Futtermitteln (Top Agrar)

December 13, 2014

EU stimmt Brüsseler Kompromiss zum Gentechnik-Anbauverbot zu (Proplanta)

December 12, 2014

Room for growth - The European Commission’s plans to allow individual countries a veto on the farming of genetically modified crops, although a compromise, should enable the technology to move forward (Nature)

December 11, 2014

U.S. Food and Drug Administration official assures lawmakers that GMO foods are 'as safe as' other foods (The Hill)

Label without a cause - Mandatory labeling of GM food in the United States will not only make all food more costly but also bamboozle consumers (Nature Biotechnology)

U.S. Congress not inclined to support GMO labels (Associated Press / Star Advertiser)

Economic consequences of regulations of GM crops (Genetic Literacy Project)

Pedro Gallardo, Vicepresidente de Asaja-Cádiz: “Científicamente no tiene ningún sentido rechazar la biotecnología agraria” 

Labeling for better or worse (Nature Biotechnology)

Debate: should we genetically modify food? (NPR)

December 10, 2014

American Seed Trade Association (ASTA): Education is key to consumer appreciation of seed and seed improvement - U.S. seed industry to launch 2015 consumer education effort 

The NPR/IQ2US debate on GMOs

Heterogeneous Consumer Preferences for Nanotechnology and Genetic-modification Technology in Food Products (The Agricultural Economics Society)

Informe evidencia la confianza del consumidor en los alimentos MG con mejoras nutricionales 

December 8, 2014

Compromise blooms in European GM crop debate - Agreement to permit country-level bans of genetically modified plants should ease deadlocks in EU approval process (Nature)

December 5, 2014

Intelligence Squared debate on genetically modified food

Reflections on the Great Biotech Debate: dissecting the arguments (Genetic Literacy Project)

Is neonics ban tied to corrupted bee research by scientists at EU’s ethically-challenged IUCN ? (Genetic Literacy Project)

En el INTA, la biotecnología tiene calidad certificada - Los ensayos y la competencia de dos laboratorios de Castelar fueron reconocidos por el Organismo Argentino de Acreditación por cumplir con los requisitos de la normativa internacional ISO

December 4, 2014

Anti-GMO activism and its impact on food security (Genetic Literacy Project)


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