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August 25, 2014


Landwirtschaft aktuell ein Service von BASF: Zucker – ein natürlicher Genuss


Pflanzenschutz bald ohne Mittel? (Top Agrar)


August 20, 2014


Monsanto reagiert auf öffentliche Kritik mit Infobroschüre (TopAgrar)


Interview: GM acceptance by the European Union should be based on 'science not politics' (Agra Europe)


'Plantibodies' drugs advance as big pharma stands aside (Reuters)


August 13, 2014


GMO cultivation in Europe: a decade of legal battles (EurActiv)


August 8, 2014


EFSA rechaza una vez más la prohibición francesa de OMGs por no tener validez científica


EuropaBio General Secretary Nathalie Moll asks for a "coherent" biotechnology policy in the European Union


August 7, 2014


United Kingdom - First GM crops enriched with nutrients ready for harvest (The Telegraph)


Une partie des agriculteurs n’est pas prête à perdre du blé sur les semences (La Voix du Nord)


August 4, 2014


European science under siege (Cosmos)


A Swiss pesticide company's plan to bring back the bees - ‘Operation Pollinator’, a plan to use reclaimed land to bring back bees, expands from Europe to the US (The Guardian)


August 1, 2014


On reflection: I'm a Scientist Get me Out of here


The role of no-till agriculture in Climate change mitigation may be over-stated


July 30, 2014


Europäisches Recht bedroht Biodiversität


July 29, 2014


Scientists throw light on the mechanism of plants’ ticking clock


« Quelques portes entrouvertes » (Réseau semences paysannes) (La France Agricole)


July 28, 2014


New University of Leeds project: biology, history and intellectual property


Grass ever more important for growing world population


July 26, 2014


Biodiversité : les semenciers conservent de vastes collections de variétés (Boursorama)


Kokopelli, un trafiquant qui se bat contre les géants de l'agrolimentaire (Libération)


July 25, 2014


Ancient varieties and new technology are key to food security


Scientists are urging EU policymakers to adopt a proportionate approach to a potentially revolutionary new plant breeding technology (Farmers Guardian)


July 23, 2014


Butterflies illustrate the effects of environmental change


July 22, 2014


EU may restrict genome editing of crops, scientists warn (The Hindu)


Video: Sequencing of bread wheat genome ‘game-changer’ for meeting climate change challenge (Genetic Literacy Project)


July 21, 2014


EU Commission decision concerning vital food and feed import - The food and feed chain needs urgently legal certainty


July 18, 2014


Money fails to flow into seed treaty’s benefits fund


July 17, 2014


Bundestag beurteilt EU-Zulassungsverfahren für Gentech-Pflanzen als mangelhaft (Proplanta)


Why NGOs can’t be trusted on GMOs - Non-profits are usually considered trustworthy, especially compared to corporations and governments. But when it comes to genetically modified foods, they don't always stick to the truth (The Guardian)


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