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February 27, 2015


United Kingdom - Parliamentary report identifies major flaws in EU regulation of GM crops 


Dawn of a new era for GM crop cultivation in Europe? We wish it were so
L’aube d’une nouvelle ère pour les cultures GM (génétiquement modifiées) en Europe? Nous souhaiterions qu’il en soit ainsi


European anti-GM regulations preventing 'beneficial crops' being grown in the United Kiongdom (Farming UK)


GMO directive is 'a game changer' for EU consumers (The Parliamanet Magazine)


Regulating genome-edited crops that (according to current regulations) aren't GMOs


February 26, 2015


Why scientists often hate records requests (Columbia Journalism Review)


United Kingdom should be given power to regulate GM crops, MPs say (The Guardian)


EU regulation on GM Organisms not 'fit for purpose'


Sekundäre Pflanzenstoffe – warum sie wichtig sind 


Les enjeux de nos comportements alimentaires et leur impact sur la production 


El 88% de los científicos reconoce que los alimentos transgénicos son seguros 


The Missing Link: Farmers' Class Action Against Syngenta May Answer Legal Questions Left After the StarLink and LibertyLink Litigation


Food security in Africa needs a tailored approach, suggests new research (Elsevier)


United Kingdom - Labour, the Tories and the Lib Dems all spoke in favour of GM at the National Farmers Union conference, but warn public must now be persuaded (FreshProduce)


February 25, 2015


Canada - Commissioner of plant breeders’ rights says UPOV ’91 will benefit farmers: enhanced intellectual property protection will bring more investment, better varieties, and greater choice (Alberta Farmer)


Opinion: On Global GMO Regulation - Advances in genome-editing technologies have made modifying crops easier than ever before. They’ve also clouded the already murky realm of genetically modified foods (The Scientist)


Towards social acceptance of plant breeding by genome editing (Trends in Plant Science)


February 24, 2015


Boosting cotton production: why Nigeria needs biosafety law (Vanguard)


Bayer CropScience event explores ideas and need for innovation to nourish the world tomorrow - 10th Annual Ag Issues Forum brings together agriculture, food, consumer leaders


Why Chromatin is counting on sorghum as a seed of the future (Chicago Tribune)


Why choose certified wheat seed


2015 University of Queensland Sunflower Competition: high schools grow next generation of plant scientists


Asociaciones agrarias estadounidenses alertan del riesgo de los retrasos en aprobación de OMGs en la UE 


Growing innovation -- how technology is revolutionizing agriculture (Albany Democrat-Herald)


February 23, 2015


The life, legacy, and science of "Queen of Agrobacterium" Mary-Dell Chilton (WUNC)


100 years of vegetable crops and weed science at UC Davis


Deutschland - Regelung von Genpflanzen-Verbot kontrovers diskutiert (Proplanta)


Neue Gentechnik-Pflanzen: Nadelöhr Zulassungen


Gentechnik und die Öffentlichkeit – das große Missverständnis? (SciLogs)


Rice is key to Indonesia’s food security, officials say


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