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September 23, 2009A federal court has ruled that the USDA did not properly assess the environmental impacts of Monsanto’s genetically modified (GM) sugar beet. The Center for Food Safety and...
September 17, 2009Economic interests, not consumer attitudes, are primarily to blame for the regulatory divergence evident between the U.S. and Europe, according to a recent paper published in Nature Biotechnology. The authors argue that agrochemical manufacturers and farm and environmental groups have more means to affect the debate than the consumers and farmers that stand to benefit....
September 17, 2009The company announces spending program through 2018....
September 14, 2009Bayer CropScience says it has licensed mini-chromosome technology from privately held technology firm Chromatin (Chicago) and will use the technology to introduce Bayer’s traits...
September 14, 2009DuPont says it has received Canadian regulatory approval for its herbicide-tolerant trait, Optimum GAT, in corn and soybeans. U.S. regulatory authorities have already approved...
December 31, 1969The Indian Ministry of Environment and Forests (MOEF; New Delhi) says it has decided to put on hold the commercial cultivation and use of Bt -Brinjal, which would be India’s first...
December 31, 1969The U.S. Supreme Court has agreed to rule on Monsanto’s lawsuit challenging the U.S. government’s injunction against planting of genetically modified (GM) alfalfa. The lawsuit...
December 31, 1969Advocacy groups are using a recent court decision that found the USDA erred in approving Monsanto’s genetically modified (GM) sugar beet to renew opposition to the recent federal...
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