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Debate over GMOs rages on in Europe

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http://cordis.europa.eu/fetch?CALLER=EN_NEWS&ACTION=D&SESSION=&RCN=29016

SOURCE: Cordis News, Belgium

Over 300 scientists and green lobby groups in Spain have signed a petition calling on their government to ban the cultivation of genetically modified organisms (GMOs).

Deserting the hungry?

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http://www.nature.com/nature/journal/v451/n7176/full/451223b.html

Monsanto and Syngenta are wrong to withdraw from an international assessment on agriculture.

Nobel Notions and the Uses of Genetics

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by Marcy Darnovsky, Alternet
October 19th, 2007

It's Nobel Prize season, and the Nobel scientists are very much in the news. James Watson, awarded the laureate in 1962 for helping to deduce the now-iconic double-helix structure of DNA, is currently embroiled in controversy after making a series of blatantly racist remarks in the UK Sunday Times last week.

SCIENCE'S FORBIDDEN QUESTION

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Craig Holdrege and Steve Talbott from netfuture.org
(craig@natureinstitute.org, stevet@oreilly.com)

The ecological argument against genetic engineering down on the farm

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BRAVE NEW NATURE

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The ecological argument against genetic engineering down on the farm

by Craig Holdrege and Steve Talbott Sierra Magazine

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