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Genetic engineering could save UK’s ash trees

Guardian | 
The GLP aggregated and excerpted this blog/article to reflect the diversity of news, opinion and analysis. Genetically modified ash trees ...

Anti-GMO NGO–NAGS–announces $25 million “independent” study

Guardian | 
A Russian group working with scientists is set to launch what they call the world’s largest and most comprehensive long-term ...

Guardian’s John Vidal attacks Gates Foundation for links to Monsanto and Cargill (on site funded by Gates Foundation)

Guardian | 
The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, which is sponsoring the Guardian's Global development site is being heavily criticised in Africa and the ...

European scientists on African mission to break biotech logjam

Guardian | 
Africa is expected to be the next target of GM food companies, as European scientists and policymakers travel to Ethiopia ...

Brazil reevaluating sterile seed technology; Anti-GMO groups hype ‘terminator’ scare

Guardian | 
Brazil reconsidering its ban on so-called “terminator” seeds, which are genetically modified to be sterile and cannot produce offspring. Under ...

Lab-grown burgers cannot provide a secure future for Africa

Guardian | 
Sergey Brin, the billionaire American businessman who co-founded Google, pays a Dutch scientist to develop a burger from stem cells ...

Decoding ‘orphan crop’ genomes could save millions of lives in Africa

Guardian | 
The following is an edited excerpt. The future wellbeing of millions of Africans may rest in the unlikely hands of ...
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The problem with GM is Big Business

Guardian | 
The safety concerns of GM food will not go away while GMOs are developed for-profit, argues John Vidal, environment editor ...

UK government’s enthusiasm for GM not matched in developing nations

Guardian | 
Britain wants GM food to be grown commercially. After years of encouraging developing countries in Africa and elsewhere to grow them, but unable to ...