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Doubts sown over safety of GM crops 4.12.2004 New Scientist: GM Organisms
Europe is again squabbling over the safety of genetically modified crops in the wake of results from several field trials
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German farmers to be liable for GM contamination 26.11.2004 New Scientist: GM Organisms
The controversial legal amendment will allow farmers growing conventional crops to seek redress from those growing GM crops
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German farmers to be liable for GM contamination 26.11.2004 New Scientist: GM Organisms
The controversial legal amendment will allow farmers growing conventional crops to seek redress from those growing GM crops
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German farmers to be liable for GM contamination 26.11.2004 New Scientist: GM Organisms
The controversial legal amendment will allow farmers growing conventional crops to seek redress from those growing GM crops
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German farmers to be liable for GM contamination 26.11.2004 New Scientist: GM Organisms
The controversial legal amendment will allow farmers growing conventional crops to seek redress from those growing GM crops
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German farmers to be liable for GM contamination 26.11.2004 New Scientist: GM Organisms
The controversial legal amendment will allow farmers growing conventional crops to seek redress from those growing GM crops
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German farmers to be liable for GM contamination 26.11.2004 New Scientist: GM Organisms
The controversial legal amendment will allow farmers growing conventional crops to seek redress from those growing GM crops
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German farmers to be liable for GM contamination 26.11.2004 New Scientist: GM Organisms
The controversial legal amendment will allow farmers growing conventional crops to seek redress from those growing GM crops
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Bacteria are genetically modified by lightning 19.10.2004 New Scientist: GM Organisms
A study using artificial lightning finds that bacteria can pick up stray DNA when zapped, perhaps giving an insight into early bacterial evolution
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Bacteria are genetically modified by lightning 19.10.2004 New Scientist: GM Organisms
A study using artificial lightning finds that bacteria can pick up stray DNA when zapped, perhaps giving an insight into early bacterial evolution
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Bacteria are genetically modified by lightning 19.10.2004 New Scientist: GM Organisms
A study using artificial lightning finds that bacteria can pick up stray DNA when zapped, perhaps giving an insight into early bacterial evolution
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Bacteria are genetically modified by lightning 19.10.2004 New Scientist: GM Organisms
A study using artificial lightning finds that bacteria can pick up stray DNA when zapped, perhaps giving an insight into early bacterial evolution
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Bacteria are genetically modified by lightning 19.10.2004 New Scientist: GM Organisms
A study using artificial lightning finds that bacteria can pick up stray DNA when zapped, perhaps giving an insight into early bacterial evolution
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Bacteria are genetically modified by lightning 19.10.2004 New Scientist: GM Organisms
A study using artificial lightning finds that bacteria can pick up stray DNA when zapped, perhaps giving an insight into early bacterial evolution
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China's GM trees get lost in bureaucracy 20.9.2004 New Scientist: GM Organisms
China has planted a million genetically modified trees to tackle desertification and flooding - but no-one knows for sure where they all are
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China's GM trees get lost in bureaucracy 20.9.2004 New Scientist: GM Organisms
China has planted a million genetically modified trees to tackle desertification and flooding - but no-one knows for sure where they all are
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China's GM trees get lost in bureaucracy 20.9.2004 New Scientist: GM Organisms
China has planted a million genetically modified trees to tackle desertification and flooding - but no-one knows for sure where they all are
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Vaccine in GM fruit could wipe out hepatitis B 8.9.2000 Guardian: Science
Vaccine could wipe out virus
Special report: GM debate

Tomatoes and bananas genetically modified to contain hepatitis B vaccine could rid the world of the virus, a leading American scientist said in London yesterday.

The virus, which causes high fever and attacks the liver, is a precursor of liver cancer, the biggest single cause of cancer deaths. This new development will save hundreds of thousands of lives a year, said Charles Arntzen, the scientist who developed the technology.

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Fears of a GM planet 1.1.1970 Durango Telegraph
2011-02-17
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The year in food 1.1.1970 Durango Telegraph
2010-12-30
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