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Can systematic reviews inform GMO risk assessment and management?

The recent GRACE paper concludes that systematic reviews can provide robust answers to specific scientific questions compatible with the demands of GMO risk assessment and risk management.

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IPAFeed database: Effects of GM feed on livestock productivity and animal health

IPAFeed facilitates access to study data on the impact of GM feed on livestock productivity and health.

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Final Conference Registration NOW OPEN

We are pleased to invite you to join the GRACE Final Conference (9-10 Nov. 2015) in Potsdam, Germany.

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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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GRACE Stakeholder Workshops on Draft Results, Conclusions and Recommendations
 

  • Use of Evidence Synthesis in GMO Impact Assessment
    5-6 October 2015
    (Vienna, Austria)
     
  • Feeding and Alternative Studies on GM Maize
    7-8 October 2015
    (Vienna, Austria)


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GRACE Final Conference
 

  • 9-10 November 2015 (Potsdam, Germany)


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Open Scientific Forum

 

GRACE is inviting experts, stakeholders and interested members of the public to take part in a scientific discussion of the results of its recently published 90-day feeding study with genetically modified MON810 maize.

 

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