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About 262 results for "genetic engineering approval committee"

State adopts labeling rules for genetically engineered food
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'Vermont, Naturally' The Irony For Food Manufacturers

, Vermont approved Act 120 — becoming the first state to require that foods with genetically engineered (GE) ingredients be labeled in a clear and conspicuous manner that they are produced with genetic engineering or partially produced with ... Food Manufacturing, 1 week ago

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T-VEC Injection for Melanoma Recommended for FDA Approval

An experimental treatment for melanoma that is injected directly into the lesion has been recommended for approval in the United States. The product, talimogene laherparepavec ( T-VEC , Amgen Inc), described by the company as the first oncolytic ...
 Diabetes Care3 weeks ago Approval of T-VEC in Melanoma Supported by FDA Panels  CURE Magazine3 weeks ago FDA panel backs T-VEC for advanced melanoma, with precautions  PM 3603 weeks ago

USDA's 'Zombie' Biotech Regulation Will Not Die

The corporate culture at USDA toward the regulation of genetically engineered plants is unscientific, self-interested and inimical to progress in agriculture. For almost 30 years, it has preventedAmerican plant biologists and breeders from creating ...
 Forbes.com1 month ago USDA's Zombie Biotech Regulation Will Not Die  Truth About Trade1 month ago

APHIS Okays GMO Apples, Potatoes

In mid-February, USDA's Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) approved the first genetically modified (GMO) apples for sale to orchards and eventually to consumers. The approval covers two GMO apples available at the moment: the Arctic ...
 Growing Magazine6 days ago APHIS Seeks Public Comment on Future Regulation of Biotech Traits  National Grain and Feed Association1 month ago
The Fish Site

Alaska Fish Factor: Senate Appropriations Committee Passes GM Labelling Requirement

News 02 June 2014 Laine Welch has been covering news of Alaska's seafood industry for print and broadcast since 1988. She also has worked behind the counter in wholesale and retail seafood businesses in Alaska and Cape Cod, MA. Laine lives in ...
 The Fish Site1 week ago

Low-Hanging Fruit Dr. Oz sows seeds of mistrust on genetic engineering

Source Slate.com By Henry I. Miller and Kavin Senapathy Date 10 Apr 2015 Website www.slate.com Surgeonturnedtelevision doctor Mehmet Oz opened his show on March 10 with a Dr. Oz Investigation on the newly U.S. Department of ...
 Truth About Trade1 month ago
Daily Maverick

When environmentalism becomes a crime against humanity

These are strong words, but theyre no exaggeration. By whipping up groundless fears about genetically engineered foods and misinforming governments in developing countries, Greenpeace and other anti-GMO lobby groups are condemning millions of people ...
 Daily Maverick2 months ago

Controversial Chinese embryo study spurs ethical debate

Photo in public domain (released by Wikimedia Commons user ekem). The age of "designer babies" may be fast approaching. On April 18, 2015, Chinese scientists published their reports on the gene editing of human embryos using clustered regularly ...
 Individual.com1 week ago

Biocon's Kiran Mazumdar Shaw knocks on PMO door for movement on GM crops issue

NEW DELHI: While the Narendra Modi government has moved swiftly on a range of environmental issues— approving long-delayed projects, arguably clearing the backlog inherited from the UPA and bringing in processes to simplify green clearance— the ...
 Economic Times2 weeks ago

PAU to debut reusable Bt cotton seeds

Ludhiana-based Punjab Agricultural University may become the first in India to develop genetically-modified open pollinating varieties of cotton whose seeds farmers can reuse, saving them a recurring cost and addressing a major criticism of Bt ...
 Financial Express3 weeks ago
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