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GMOs are safe to eat, science advisory board finds

Researchers led by NCSU scientist say genetically altered food...

Updated May. 18, 2016 at 1:28 p.m. Published: 2016-05-17 22:10:00 Updated: 2016-05-18 13:28:36 Cover of genetic drop report On The Web Site Search By Staff, wire reports Research Triangle Park, N.C. — Genetically manipulated food ... Local Tech Wire, 1 month ago
GMOs are safe to eat, science advisory board finds, 1 month ago

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CBC, 2 months ago

The bottom line on genetically engineered foods - The evidence is that they are safe, but other crop-breeding methods are important, too, says science panel

The bottom line on genetically engineered foods -The evidence is that they are safe, but other crop-breeding methods are important, too, says science panel Medford, Massachusetts, USA May 24, 2016 While genetic engineering has advanced in ...
 SeedQuest4 weeks ago Genetically engineered crops - safe for humans and the environment  Daily Kos1 month ago Genetically Modified Crops Are Safe: Review  US News & World Report1 month ago

GM mustard set to get approval from GEAC, to become first food crop to get nod

The article below represents a preview only and is not meant for reuse or republishing. New Delhi, June 21 -- The Genetic Engineering Appraisal Committee (GEAC), India's Biotech regulator, is set to give its approval for commercial release of ...
 HT Syndication3 days ago

Group of secretaries calls for fixing genetically modified crop regulatory issues

NEW DELHI: A group of secretaries has recommended resolving regulatory issues of genetically modified (GM) crops, Parliament was informed today. Bt cotton is the only GM crop allowed for commercial cultivation in the country. "A group of ...
 Economic Times1 month ago Group of secys calls for fixing GM crop regulatory issues  Times of India1 month ago
Washington Post

Are GMO crops safe? Focus on the plant, not the process, scientists say.

No "substantiated" evidence exists that genetically engineered crops have caused health problems in humans or damaged the environment, but it's too soon to be making broadstatements, positive or negative, about laboratory-based manipulations of crop ...
 Washington Post1 month ago National Academies Of Sciences, Engineering, And Medicine: GMOs Are Safe  Inquisitr1 month ago Academies of Science finds GMOs not harmful to human health  NewsGrio1 month ago Study finds GMOs not harmful to human health  USA Today1 month ago

The Fading Meaning of GMO'

Today the National Academy of Sciences released a 420-page response to public concerns about genetically modified organisms (GMOs) in agriculture. The report is a leap forward in the discussion, capturing a comprehensive review of two decades of ...
 Yahoo! News1 month ago
Deccan Chronicle

Silkworm as first GM insect set for sale soon

Hindupur: In a first of its kind in the globe, the silkworm has been the first genetically modified insect being considered for commercial scale production in the country. The Review Committee on Genetic Manipulation (RCGM) has conveyed approval ...
 Deccan Chronicle1 month ago

Officially shy, but Narendra Modi govt weighs GM options

Zia Haq A crippling drought has prompted the Narendra Modi government to look for solutions in genetically-modified (GM) crops, an area it has curbed due to ideological differences. Sugarcane plantations, which guzzle more water than most ...
 Hindustan Times1 month ago
The Financial Chronicle

India may soon allow field trial of GM pulses

India’s first genetically modified (GM) crop developed by a public sector agency could be tur or chana, the main two pulses that may soon be permitted for the first stage field trial. Kanpur-based Indian Institute of Pulses Research (IIPR) under the Indian ...
 The Financial Chronicle1 month ago

The genetic killer - Ionising radiation

Christopher Busby exposes the fallacy behind the current accepted model of exposure hazard adopted by governments and the nuclear industry since the '50s and which he will be challenging in a major legal case in London in June on behalf of nuclear ...
 Sott.net4 days ago
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