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Russian researchers plan public GMO study on rats

Moscow - Following the conclusion of the recent study in France on the effects of GMO food on rats, Russia suspended imports of GMO products. Now they are planning their own, more public, study into the effects of feeding GMOs to rats.

Ministry blames GMO cotton for Indian farmer suicides

While policy makers insist that Bt cotton, also known as genetically modified cotton, is a success in India, the Ministry of Agriculture says otherwise and blames the crop for suicides among India's farmers.

US government approves Monsanto seed experiment across America

Washington - For the first time, the U.S. government has signed off on a large-scale experiment with genetically modified crops from Monsanto engineered corn seed.

Strong opposition to genetically modified alfalfa

Eighty groups have called on the federal government to stop the introduction and field testing of genetically modified alfalfa by Monsanto.

Cornell University Researchers On Path to Creating Aluminum Tolerant Food Crop

A research team at Cornell University has cloned an aluminum tolerant plant gene. This may be the first step towards increasing food security in many of the world's developing countries.

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Dr. Vandana Shiva in Cologne  Germany 2007
Dr. Vandana Shiva in Cologne, Germany 2007
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