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Redwoods not GE says company president


Redwoods not GE says company president
Claims that Californian company Soper-Wheeler are importing genetically modified redwoods into New Zealand are false, says company president Jim Holmes.“It’s a complete fabrication – we do not use...
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Rules set for bioengineered fish
California regulators on Friday adopted rules that could allow production of geneticall engineered fish, though there are no plans for such fish farms in the state. The decision by the ...
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Prince is told his GM views are 'criminal'
The "irrational superstitions" of the Prince of Wales should not influence the public in the debate over GM foods, says a Nobel prize-winning scientist. For that to happen would be a cr...
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Bt cotton offers long-term bollworm reduction
A 10-year study shows that growing Bt cotton in Arizona, using a refuge strategy, caused long-term population declines in the pink bollworm. Yves Carrière and colleagues at the Department of Entom...
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Survey on IP information needs – Australia
Biotechnology Australia is seeking feedback from the Australian biotech sector about the resources availabale on intellectual property management.Please invest approximately 10 minutes to assist t...
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Govt set to announce new rules for GE crops
New rules and regulations for when the moratorium on commercial release of genetically engineered crops and animals is lifted at the end of October will be announced on Wednesday. Some of the move...
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Transgenic cotton a winner in India
In India, genetically modified (GM) cotton produces crops that are 80% larger than conventional varieties, farm trials from 2001 have found. Results from last year's commercial harvest were simila...
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Onetai Station: Overseas Investment Office Puts Ceol & Muir On Notice

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Ig Nobel Award Winners Assess The Personality Of Rocks

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Nurofen Promotion: Reckitt Benckiser To Plead Guilty To Misleading Ads

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