Open Letter to Testbiotech e.V. in Response to its Letter to GRACE

GRACE clearly dismisses the manipulation allegation and provides a response to the toxicology-related criticisms.

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GRACE rejects Testbiotech’s criticisms of GMO feeding study

90-day feeding study with genetically modified MON810 maize does not reveal adverse effects in laboratory animals

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Open Letter to Testbiotech in Response to its Report and Press Release Dated 7-11-2014

GRACE rejects Testbiotech’s criticisms of GMO feeding study.

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GRACE in brief

GRACE is an EU FP7 research project with two key research objectives: Assessing health, environmental and socio-economic impacts of GM plants (risks and benefits) and testing various types of animal feeding trials and alternative in-vitro methods for health risk assessments of GM food and feed.

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Stakeholder and User Engagement

GRACE has an explicit focus on stakeholder and user engagement which is reflected by a dedicated work package. Stakeholders are involved in the planning stage of our research and in the interpretation of results and in drawing conclusions.

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Stakeholder Involvement

GRACE involves stakeholders in research planning and drawing of conclusions. Read here for more information.


Current Consultation(s)

Second Consultation Workshop on Animal Feeding and in vitro Studies
19-20 May 2014



Last Consultation

Stakeholder Consultation on Draft Study Plans for Chronic and Sub-chronic Toxicity Studies with GM Maize
Deadline for comments: 20 Dec 2013

GRACE Database

Improving the availability of scientific information on GM plants


The database (currently under development) will contain quality assessed studies and conclusions on the health effects, socio-economic consequences and environmental impacts of GM plants.


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