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February 4, 2016


India may decide on GM food as China makes big leap with Syngenta buy (Reuters)


February 3, 2016


Monsanto: "We support GMO labeling" (Fox Business)


February 2, 2016


Burkina Faso's reversal on genetically modified cotton and the implications for Africa (African Affairs)


January 31, 2016


In Australia: victory for GE crop farmer, GE flies on trial, and defeat for gene patents


January 29, 2016


Picking the brain of IRRI collaborating scientist Michael Purugganan


January 28, 2016


More work still needed on EU biotech approvals timeline, says the American Soybean Association


India needs home-grown GM food to stop starvation (Nature)


January 22, 2016


The Philippines - InangLupa calls Supreme Court ruling vs. GM crops a ‘major setback’ (BusinessMirror)


January 21, 2016


CBS Sunday Morning takes on the GMO debate


Italian papers on genetically modified crops under investigation - Work that describes harm from crops was cited in Italian Senate hearing (Nature)


January 20, 2016


CBS Sunday Morning includes interview with Monsanto CEO


January 13, 2016


The Philippines - Scientific community worries over GMO ruling (The Manila Times)


January 7, 2016


Australia - Federal Greens leader Richard Di Natale breaks with Greens' policy on genetically modified crops, says argument lacks evidence (ABC)


January 6, 2016


The economic case in favour of GMOs (NewEurope)


December 23, 2015


Interview with Eric Rey, CEO of Arcadia, a company with 50 active bioscience projects (Seeking Alpha)


December 22, 2015


A farmer's letter to a concerned student about GMOs (Forbes)


It’s practically impossible to define “GMOs” (Grist)


December 16, 2015


Crop conundrum - The EU should decide definitively whether gene-edited plants are covered by GM laws (Nature)


‘La revolución de los OMGs’, una obra que desmonta mitos sobre la mejora genética vegetal


Two sides of the coin on genetically modified organisms (Herald Scotland)


Europe’s genetically edited plants stuck in legal limbo - Scientists frustrated at delay in deciding if GM regulations apply to precision gene editing (Nature)


December 13, 2015


Western Sugar Cooperative agronomist: no lab test can differentiate between GMO and non-GMO sugar beet (Farm & Ranch)


December 9, 2015


GM crops can benefit organic farmers too (The Conversation)


December 1, 2015


Will EU opt out policy finally pave the way for GM crops in England? (FG Insight)


Society & Natural Resources Policy Review debates process of approving genetically engineered products


November 26, 2015


The unregulation of biotech crops - Genetic engineering, once a trigger for federal oversight, is now ushering some modified crops around scrutiny (The Scientist)


November 24, 2015


It's time for the European Commission to act: mandatory 90-day feeding studies are unnecessary, says EuropaBio


USA - Overhaul of GMO rules to be long, hard slog, USDA says (Bloomberg BNA)


November 23, 2015


GMO food animals should be judged by product, not process, scientists say


Open communication crucial as USDA examines biotech regulatory process


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