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Europe: EU allows sale of more GM food crops for livestock   - 6 Hours ago
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Congress – not states – should handle GMO labeling   - 11 Hours ago
U.S. Ups Fight Against Agricultural Espionage - 47 mins ago The appeal of being anti-GMO - 15 hours ago U.S.-China Trade at a Crossroad - 16 hours ago 6 hours ago Source – The Oregonian Opinion
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GMO labeling bill is a mixed bag   - 12 Hours ago
Colorado voters demonstrated common sense and scientific literacy last November when they decisively defeated mandatory labeling for food that had been genetically engineered. But the drubbing of Proposition
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US stresses opposition to EU opt-out for GMO imports   - 12 Hours ago
April 26, 2015 The United States underscored Friday its opposition to a new European Union plan to allow member states to block genetically engineered imports after bilateral talks on a transatlantic
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BRIEF: The Daily Show spoofs Simplot, this time for GMO potatoes [The Idaho Statesman]   - 4/25/2015
April 25--The Daily Show with Jon Stewart applied its particular flavor of comedy to the J.R. Simplot for the second time in four years, airing a segment Wednesday night about the Boise-based company's
  
    



EU allows sale of more GM food crops   - 4/24/2015
The EU has approved the sale of 17 more genetically modified (GM) crops - mostly used in animal feed - and two types of GM carnation. The European Commission's authorisation process is controversial.
  
    


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EU Approves More GM Food as Row Simmers   - 4/24/2015
The European Union has authorized the use of more genetically modified food and feed amid a row over whether EU member states should be able to independently ban certain GM products. The EU's executive
  
    



EU allows more GM crops to be imported following 1.5-yr hiatus   - 18 Hours ago
RT Saturday 25th April, 2015 USA The European Union has given the green light to start importing 10 new types of genetically modified crops for the first time since 2013. Two types of flowers have
  
    



The appeal of being anti-GMO   - 4/25/2015
Source – Phys.org Date – 24 Apr 2015 Website – phys.org/news A team of Belgian philosophers and plant biotechnologists have turned to cognitive science to explain why opposition to genetically
  
    


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US says new EU plan for GMO imports is no solu...   - 4/25/2015
New York--The United States criticized Friday the new European Union plan to allow member states to block genetically modified imports, following a new round of talks on the transatlantic free-trade pact.
  
    



Evolutionary psychology: why some people will be anti-GMO   - 4/25/2015
Scientists may get frustrated at Dr. Oz and The Food Babe and other people who are against genetically modified organisms (GMOs) while munching happily on organic strains created by mutagenesis, but if
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NSU Scotland warns on genetically modified crop animal feed policy   - 4/25/2015
The European Commission is proposing to shift decision-making on GM feed or food back to Member States. The move would retain responsibility within Europe for the authorisation of new GM products, but
  
    


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US says new EU plan for GMO imports is no solution (AFP)   - 4/25/2015
New York (AFP) - The United States criticized Friday the new European Union plan to allow member states to block genetically modified imports, following a new round of talks on the transatlantic free-trade
  
    



US says new EU plan for GMO imports is no solution   - 4/25/2015
The United States criticized Friday the new European Union plan to allow member states to block genetically modified imports, following a new round of talks on the transatlantic free-trade pact. "It
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Humans aren’t the only ones to genetically modify crops. Nature does, too.   - 4/23/2015
By April 23 at 2:50 PM One major reason the public is wary of genetically modified crops is the role humans play in shaping the plants’ traits. To make many genetically modified organisms (GMOs)
  
    



EU approves genetically modified crops   - 4/24/2015
BRUSSELS: The European Union cleared the import of 10 new types of genetically modified crops and two more kinds of cut flowers on Friday, its first authorizations in more than a year after a review of
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Russian parliament prohibits production of genetically modified plants and animals   - 4/24/2015
MOSCOW, April 24. /TASS/. The State Duma passed in the first reading the draft law prohibiting production of genetically modified plants and animals in Russia, except for scientific research purposes.
  
    



EU authorizes more GM products   - 4/24/2015
The European Commission has approved the import of 19 controversial genetically modified products. They come in addition to 58 other GMO products that can be sold in the bloc, the Commission said.
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Proteomic identification of carbonylated proteins in two maturation stages of pepper   - 4/24/2015
Pepper fruits in green and red maturation stages were selected to study the protein pattern modified by oxidation measuring carbonylated proteins in isolated mitochondria, together with the accumulation
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Is Genetically Engineered Food A Fraud?   - 4/24/2015
Claims author: It’s the biggest fraud in the history of science and not the answer to feeding the world. A line up of test tubes holds genetically altered orange seedlings and the hope of creating plants
  
    



A Glowing Plant: The First Fruit Of "Digitized" Genetic Engineering   - 4/22/2015
By Antony Evans Synthetic biology is entering an exciting new phase. An ecosystem of companies is now developing services to enable faster, cheaper, and better genetic engineering. They are, in effect,
  
    



BRIEF: Neil Young's Monsanto album set for release June 16 [St. Louis Post-Dispatch]   - 4/22/2015
April 22--Neil Young has been a long-time critic of agribusiness, especially Monsanto Co Turns out the 69-year-old rocker wasn't joking earlier this year when he said he planned to release an album
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Dr. Oz Says Critics Want to Silence Him on GMO Food Labeling   - 4/23/2015
Dr. Mehmet Oz says last week's attack by 10 doctors who accused him of promoting "quack treatments" on his TV show was spurred by his vocal support for labeling genetically modified foods - a stance he
  
    



When GMO comes naturally   - 4/23/2015
Genetically modified organisms (GMO), like maize, tomato and wheat, are highly disputed with regard to food safety. However, recent research shows that genetic exchange among species occurs naturally:
  
    



The Dr. Oz truthers who think he’s saving them from Monsanto’s GMOs   - 4/20/2015
For those who fear "chemicals" and "GMOs," TV personality Dr. Oz is far from a quack: The man is a hero. And now that other physicians have publicly called for Columbia University to cut ties with Oz
  
    
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