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  Posting date: March 20, 2018
Corporate-Driven Campaign to Undermine the International Agency for Research on Cancer
This commentary describes how those with economic interests are challenging IARC's cancer evaluations, including for glyphosate, the herbicide widely used in conjunction with GM herbicide-resistant crops, jeopardizing an important public health service.
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  Posting date: September 05, 2017
New Evidence Shows Monsanto's Manipulation of Science to Hide Herbicide Risks
A fresh release of internal Monsanto and US EPA documents strengthen allegations of collusion in manipulating scientific data to suppress the real dangers of Roundup, and the EPA's serious lack of monitoring of formulated Roundup products.
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  Posting date: April 19, 2017
Court Documents Reveal Monsanto's Efforts to Manipulate Science
Documents ordered to be unsealed by a U.S. court have revealed disturbing evidence of Monsanto’s manipulation of scientific literature and alleged collusion with an EPA official to protect its flagship herbicide, Roundup.
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  Posting date: January 10, 2017
Conflicts of Interest Common in GM Crop Studies
A study has found that 40% of studies on the efficacy or durability of GM Bt crops display conflicts of interest, which was associated with higher frequency of outcomes favorable to the interests of the GM crop company.
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  Posting date: June 20, 2016
Essential Features of Responsible Governance of Agricultural Biotechnologies
This paper presents five essential features to advance scientifically and socially responsible forms of governance for existing and emerging agricultural biotechnologies.
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  Posting date: May 07, 2010
Bioscience for Life? Who Decides What Research is Done in Health and Agriculture?
Research funding decisions are about how to best spend public money, which institutions to support and what incentives to provide to researchers. This report investigates the shaping of science, innovation and the economy in the UK and Europe.
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  Posting date: February 15, 2006
A Different Perspective on GM Food
The author raises his concern on the present understanding of genetic engineering and calls for more thorough examination of GMOs before they are introduced into the food supply.
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  Posting date: March 22, 2005
Towards a New Ethics of Science
The author examines the social control of science, the nature of the science driving genetic engineering, and the relationship of science to society. She argues that there is an urgent need to reinstate independent science.
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