Indonesia: Transgenic products safe, say scientists

After a French researcher published an alarming study on genetically modified crops, Indonesian scientists say they will scrutinize research from ...

Mosquito genetics may offer clues to malaria control

An African mosquito species with a deadly capacity to transmit malaria has a perplexing evolutionary history, according to discovery by ...

How Prop 37 will impact Midwest farmers

The old battle between seed companies and opponents of genetically engineered agriculture is being waged anew in California, where voters ...

LA Times comes out against Prop 37

There's a growing gap between what grocery shoppers think they know about their food and the reality. Those tomatoes with ...

Transgenic grains again scare Europe after misleading GM study

The debate about the possible harmful effects of GM foods came roaring back after a French scientific research linked the ...

The unintended consequences of California Prop 37

So let’s exercise our right to know. Prop 37 is widely described as a referendum to require special labels for ...
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Anti-GMO study is “inadequate”, says European Food Safety Authority

The European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) has found that a controversial study, which claimed to link genetically modified (GM) crops ...
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The European Food Safety Authority has weighed in with its assessment of the maize studyby Gilles-Eric Séralini and his research ...
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European food safety agency dismisses anti-GM maize study as flawed

The European Food Safety Authority has dismissed as flawed the controversial maize study by Gilles-Eric Séralini and his research team ...

Natural Products Association opposes Prop 37

The Natural Products Association supports the right of consumers to know what ingredients go into their food products. However, NPA ...

Food industry braces for Prop 37

On Nov. 6, 2012, California voters will decide the fate of Proposition 37, the Genetically Engineered Foods Labeling Initiative. If ...
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California: Valley farmers fear ‘modified’ wording in Prop. 37

The Valley's edible crops are grown without genetic engineering, but farmers here still fear a ballot initiative aimed at labeling ...
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“GMO free” labeling may be cancelled in Ukraine

Manufacturers and importers will be required to indicate information on the presence in food of genetically modified organisms (GMOs) provided ...

EU rejects French scientist report linking GM corn to cancer

The European Food Safety Authority said Thursday it cannot accept an "inadequate" report by a French scientist on a link ...

Florida: Anti-GM group fights for genetically modified food labeling

The food sold at the farmer's market is the type of food members of Food and Water Watch want to ...

India: Anti-GM protestors do not seem to understand science, says Deputy Director of India’s Council of Agricultural Research

Anti-GM protestors do not seem to understand science and that genetically-modified crops are an extension of modern science, Indian Council ...

India: Activists seek new law on GM crop trials

Even as the Indian government has expressed its willingness to ratify the Nagoya-Kuala Lumpur supplementary protocol on biosafety, the potential ...

In the Prop 37 food fight, is fair play losing out?

On Nov. 6, voters will decide whether to approve the country's first law requiring labels for genetically modified foods. More ...
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Fear mongering about DNA-modified apples hurts farmers, consumers, says GM supporter

Most people are familiar with the unappetizing browning of apples shortly after they’re cut or bitten into. The good news ...
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Sloppy anti-GMO journalism goes viral

Keith Floor, who thoroughly deconstructed the uncritical reporting that accompanied the release of the now widely discredited Seralini GM maize ...
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GM foods present serious challenges

For those that want to complain about restricting technologies, the truth is that we do it all the time. According ...
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Chilling effect of FDA slowness on approving GM animals that would lead to sustainable foods

A salmon with designer DNA has been in regulatory limbo since the Food and Drug Administration concluded that the fish ...

Prop. 37 is about language, not concept, says GM supporter

People who are either clueless or shills for anti-science hysteria insist 'something is better than nothing' when it comes to ...
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GM cow designed to produce milk without an allergy-causing protein

A genetically modified cow whose milk lacks a substance that causes allergic reactions in people has been created by scientists ...

Tanzania: Endless debate on GMOs must come to an end

LAST week during the Africa Green Revolution Forum (AGRF) in Arusha, fresh calls were made for the government to adopt ...

Scientists fret over FDA slowness on genetically altered animals

Scientists have created a genetically modified milk that lacks a key protein involved in triggering allergies — an impressive technical ...

Prop. 37: More information is good, but rampant litigation isn’t, says GM supporter

While outsiders will try, it's hard to generalize about Californians. The most populous state in the nation is as diverse ...

Does Prop 37 bar “natural” labeling of non-GM foods?

The first sentence of California's Proposition 37 sums up its essence: "California consumers have the right to know whether the ...