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European Union’s process-based GMO regulations ‘defy scientific, economic, and common sense’

GM Crops & Food | 
[Editor's note: John Davison, now retired, was the research director at the Institut National de la Recherche Agronomique (INRA) in France. Klaus ...
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Attack on European Commission chief scientific adviser’s position cause for alarm

EurActiv | 
Political ecologists like science… when it confirms their views. When it contradicts them, rather than changing their minds they often ...

Can Europe return to ‘knowledge-based’ society amid anti-GMO calls to topple science adviser?

Cosmos | 
Politics are winning at the expense of science in France and now the entire European Union faces a similar fate. On ...
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EU rules that honey containing GM pollen will not require a label

CropGen | 
The European Parliament has ruled that pollen is a natural constituent of honey and not an ingredient, as anti-GMO forces ...
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On GMOs, France becoming scientific backwater

Cosmos | 
France does not walk in the footsteps of Norman Borlaug. Half a century of rising farm productivity has let France ...

EU governments ignoring their own scientific risk evaluation committees for political gain

Blog Activ | 
EU governments are ignoring on their own scientific risk evaluation committees and creating false pseudo-scientific documents for political gain. In ...
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Are engineered foods evil?—A reply to Scientific American’s David H. Freedman

Genetic Literacy Project | 
A former Research Director of the French National Institute for Agricultural Research in France takes Scientific American to task for ...
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