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Animal feeding studies add limited value to GM Plant risk assessment

No health risks, including no carcinogenicity, were found for the GM maize tested, reaffirming the conclusions of previous risk assessments.

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Should GM crops be grown in the EU? Let the countries decide for themselves (press release)

The cultivation of genetically modified crops has long been a contentious issue in the European Union. Now a group of biotech specialists and legal experts propose a mechanism to take the political edge out of the authorization process.

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GRACE publication on Transcriptomics

Scientists form the GRACE consortium evaluated gene expression in rat intestinal tissues based on mandatory 90-day rodent feeding studies. No biological response to the GM-diet was observed.

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Scientific Colloquium Agricultural biotechnology - risk/safety assessment, impact assessment and importance for a bio-based economy

Scientific Colloquium on the occasion of retirement of Prof. Dr. Joachim Schiemann (June 22-24, 2016 - Palais Salfeldt, Quedlinburg/Germany).

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A brief reflection on the ‘RRIness’ of GRACE

GRACE implemented stakeholder engagement and transparency mechanisms which seem to be more in-line with the Responsible Research and Innovation (RRI) concept compared to other EU research projects in the domain of science.

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