As many as 109 Nobel laureates, mostly scientists, have signed a letter urging the Greenpeace to end its opposition to the genetically modified organisms (GMOs) and calling upon governments around
The National Biosafety Management Agency (NBMA) has said that the Genetically Modified (GMO) maize recently approved to Monsanto Agriculture Nigeria Limited may not be in the market until another f
About a third of living Nobel laureates – 108 at last count – have signed an open letter which attacks Greenpeace for campaigning against genetically modified crops, especially one called Golden Ri
Vermont will soon be the first state in the nation to require labels on genetically modified (GMO) foods. Its GMO-labeling law, the first passed in the nation, goes into effect on July 1.
More than 100 of the world's leading scientists just took a major stand in the debate over genetically modified organisms (GMO), by penning an open letter to Greenpeace and others who actively camp
Burkina Faso is phasing out genetically modified cotton. It says it produces a poor quality crop which fetches low prices.
NEW DELHI: The central regulator on transgenic organisms has proposed to utilize farms of select agricultural universities for field trials of genetically modified (GM) crops as a nationally-coordi
No decision in GEAC meeting, say sources
The central regulator on genetically modified crops, Genetic Engineering Appraisal Committee (GEAC), is poised to give its nod for commercial release of GM mustard.
Nagpur: The statement by CD Mayee, a member of state government's technical committee on genetically modified (GM) crops, in a seminar in the city on Monday that the field trials be restarted has e
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