Genetic Engineering, Genetic Engineering12.05.2015
On 23 May 2015, a broad coalition of individuals and groups will gather in cities and towns all over the world as part of a global March Against Monsanto.
Genetic Engineering, Genetic Engineering11.05.2015
About a year ago, a GMO labelling bill was signed into law. Vermont lawmakers knew that it would face legal challenges.
Genetic Engineering, Genetic Engineering06.05.2015
The Commission has adopted ten new authorisations for GMOs for food/feed use, seven renewals of existing authorisations and also the authorisation for the importation of two GMO cut flowers (not for food or feed).
Genetic Engineering, Genetic Engineering27.04.2015
Scientists from Switzerland and Norway have published the results of an investigation into GE maize MON810.
Genetic Engineering, Genetic Engineering24.04.2015 Karin Heinze
Glyphosate is the most commonly used active ingredient in non-selective herbicides worldwide and in recent years a large number of studies and investigations have been published that prove how dangerous it is. A short time ago, the World Health Organization (WHO) classified this poison as “probably carcinogenic”.
Genetic Engineering, Genetic Engineering20.02.2015
Monsanto has won final approval for its new GM soybeans and cotton, designed to withstand a dominant biocide that fights weed resistance built up as a result of the company’s Roundup herbicide, RT reports.