Genetically Modified Organism

US-funded GM talks kick off

US-funded GM talks kick off

Agriculture ministers from around the world are gathering in
Sacramento, California today for the start of a three-day
conference on genetically engineered food and farming. With the
breakdown of discussions last week between the...

An alternative to GM food?

An alternative to GM food?

Low-saturated fat foods, enhanced flavours, foods without allergens
- all this is possible without any tampering of DNA material. US
company Anawah has received several million dollars to support
their work that combines molecular...

Bridging the GMO gap

Bridging the GMO gap

Scientists in the US have reported that, for the first time,
parties on both sides of the GMO controversy are coming together to
set industry-wide safety standards.

Assessing the GM mood

Assessing the GM mood

The food industry, consumers and politicians in Europe are alive to
the sound of three words - genetically modified organisms (GMOs).
Barely a day goes by without a reference to this controversial
aspect of biotechnology. And the...

One-stop shop for GMOs

One-stop shop for GMOs

German company Genetic ID (Europe) involved in testing foods for
genetically modified organisms (GMO) has joined forces with Labor
Dr. Scheller, a German analytical laboratory, to provide European
food companies with GMO testing and...

GM trials, wasted time?

GM trials, wasted time?

Are recent trials in the UK on genetically modified crops a sham ?
A new analysis published by environmental group Friends of the
Earth yesterday suggests that the four year long evaluations
'will fail to provide any conclusive...

GM foods: the way forward?

GM foods: the way forward?

As the GM debate takes to the road in the UK this week with
promises of consumer feedback via conferences and meetings, here
below we have selected an article by Lyndsey Greig of market
analysts Frost & Sullivan that takes a closer...

Non-GMO traceability in Brazil

Non-GMO traceability in Brazil

European companies continue to make inroads into South America as
German-based GeneScan Europe announced this week that it has opened
a new laboratory in Brazil to test for the presence of genetically
modified organisms in food products...

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