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"EU agrees tougher limits on new GM crop releases"
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GM Archive / Dr. Andrew Cockburn collection relating to the genetically modified foods industry
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GM Archive / Dr. Andrew Cockburn collection relating to the genetically modified foods industry
MS/2141/01 Promotional materials from the GM crop debate
MS/2141/01/01 Department of Environment, Technology and Rural Affairs pamphlet "GM Crops: take a closer look"
MS/2141/01/02 Cropgen "The case for biotechnology"
MS/2141/01/03 Farmer's weekly "The great GM Divide: UK farmers in the middle"
MS/2141/01/04 Agricultural Biotechnology Council (ABC) "Agricultural biotechnology in the United Kingdom" information folder
MS/2141/01/05 NewBioNews volume 1 issue 1
MS/2141/01/06 Food Science "Biotechnology and food supply"
MS/2141/01/07 Alternative Crops Technology Interaction Network (Actin) Newsletter
MS/2141/01/08 Food Future information folder
MS/2141/01/09 Food Future "GM crops and the environment: Benefits and risks"
MS/2141/01/10 Food Future "Informing consumers about modern biotechnology"
MS/2141/01/11 Monsanto "Lab research and field realities: Butterflies and Bt corn pollen"
MS/2141/01/12 Monsanto "Biotechnology and consumer issues: where we stand"
MS/2141/01/13 Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council "Genetically modified crops and the countryside"
MS/2141/01/14 Friends of Earth "Now or never: Why you should make your area GM free"
MS/2141/01/15 "Integrated Pest Management (IPM) and environmental impacts of Yieldguard Rootworm: A sustainable ecological approach to crop protection"
MS/2141/01/16 Monsanto Insight newsletters on Roundup Ready Soybeans and Yieldguard corn
MS/2141/01/17 Monsanto "The promise of plant biotechnology"
MS/2141/01/18 IPM and Environmental impacts of Bt cotton - A new era of crop protection and consumer benefits
MS/2141/01/19 Pamphlet to protest GM crops in Hertford "GM: Don't Swallow it"
MS/2141/02 Official reports and papers regarding the GM crop debate
MS/2141/02/01 American Council on Science and Health "Biotechnology and food"
MS/2141/02/02 Agriculture and Food Development Authority (Eagasc) "Biotechnology present and future developments" by Martha Newell McGloughlin and James Burke
MS/2141/02/03 Journal of the American College of Nutrition vol 21 no3 "The future of food and nutrition with biotechnology"
MS/2141/02/04 European Commission Community Research "Plants for the future"
MS/2141/02/05 Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council (BBSRC) "Ethics, morality and crop biotechnology" by Roger Straugham and Michael Riess
MS/2141/02/06 Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council (BBSRC) "GM agriculture in the UK?"
MS/2141/02/07 British Nutrition Foundation "Biotechnology and its application to food"
MS/2141/02/08 Journal of Pharmaceutical Agrochemical and Chemical Research "Developments in Life Sciences" Vol 1.2 - 'The safety assessment of genetically modified crops' by Andrew Cockburn
MS/2141/02/09 International Life Sciences Institute (ILSI) "Annals of Nutrition & Metabolism" Vol 45 - 'Safety considerations of DNA in food'
MS/2141/02/10 European Commission initiative for optimising the evaluation of the food safety of transgenic crops - "Food safety of genetically modified Bt-crops"
MS/2141/02/11 "Fighting Poverty with Biotechnology?" a report from a Copenhagen workshop on biotechnology and the third world
MS/2141/02/12 European Commission "Towards a European research area"
MS/2141/02/13 International Consumers for Civil Society "Agricultural biotechnology and food security"
MS/2141/02/14 The Royal Society "Transgenic plants and the world agriculture"
MS/2141/02/15 Chemical Industries Association "Biotechnology and the chemistry of nature"
MS/2141/02/16 San Diego Center for Molecular Agriculture (SDCMA) "Foods from genetically modified crops"
MS/2141/02/17 The Open University - EU safety regulations of genetically modified crops: summary of a ten-country study funded by DGXII under its biotechnology programme
MS/2141/02/18 Food Standards Agency "GM food: opening the debate"
MS/2141/02/19 "Capturing the economic potential of all GM crops for UK" - Public response to the PM's strategy
MS/2141/02/20 European Commission "Transgenic plants: breaking the deadlock"
MS/2141/02/21 GM nation? The finds of the public debate
MS/2141/02/22 British Medical Association Board of Science and Education - "The impact of genetic modification on agriculture, food and health"
MS/2141/02/23 Monsanto Achievements report on plant biotechnology
MS/2141/02/24 Agricultural Biotechnology Council (ABC) "New choices, new challenges, new approaches - moving forward in the GM crops debate"
MS/2141/02/25 The Royal Society "Review of data on possible toxicity of GM potatoes"
MS/2141/03 Daily Telegraph articles relating to the GM crop debate
MS/2141/03/01 Letters to the editor "Give GM research a chance" from Professor George Smith
MS/2141/03/02 "Immune system fear over altered potato"
MS/2141/03/03 "GM super-weed fears 'unfounded'"
MS/2141/03/04 "Cracking the mysterious code that makes every human being special"
MS/2141/03/05 "Genetic food is safe to eat, say scientists"
MS/2141/03/06 "Calls to ban genetic food are rejected"
MS/2141/03/07 "GM crops giant Monsanto pulls out of Europe"
MS/2141/03/08 "Blair gives his blessing to GM foods"
MS/2141/03/09 "Frankenstein knows best"
MS/2141/03/10 "Field trials show GM crop farming could be 'disastrous' for wildlife"
MS/2141/03/11 "Schröder embraces green farming amid BSE crisis"
MS/2141/03/12 "How to make science lovable"
MS/2141/03/13 "Princess calls for open mind on GM"
MS/2141/03/14 "Scientists crack the genetic code for rice"
MS/2141/03/15 "EU agrees tougher limits on new GM crop releases"
MS/2141/03/16 "GM food ban would undermine British science, says Blair"
MS/2141/03/17 "GM technology fails to win blanket approval"
MS/2141/03/18 "Critic of GM drama denies conspiracy"
MS/2141/03/19 "GM drama critic has altered his views" letter to the editor from Alan Rusbridger
MS/2141/03/20 "Protestors wreck GM show crop"
MS/2141/03/21 "'Frankenstein foods' versus the mob"
MS/2141/03/22 "Prince backs GM Scientist"
MS/2141/03/23 "'Pusztai, potatoes and proof"
MS/2141/03/24 "'World leaders agree to GM foods study as public fears grow"
MS/2141/03/25 "Fear in the food chain"
MS/2141/03/26 "Heartfelt fears of the whistleblower who spilled the beans over GM foods"
MS/2141/03/27 "The moral maze over GM crops"
MS/2141/03/28 "First GM crop gets go-ahead despite public opposition"
MS/2141/03/29 "Whitehall adviser attacks Charles"
MS/2141/03/30 "Experts reject study that triggered GM food crisis"
MS/2141/03/31 "GM 'con trick'"
MS/2141/03/32 "Plant pest experts support GM crops"
MS/2141/03/33 "Super science-or a genetic threat?"
MS/2141/04 The Times articles relating to the GM crop debate
MS/2141/04/01 "Beckhams invited to science's DNA party"
MS/2141/04/02 "Meacher resignation hint over GM foods outburst"
MS/2141/04/03 "Imported plants 'far worse than GM crops'"
MS/2141/04/04 "GM crop trials"
MS/2141/04/05 "Don't believe all 'scientific' claims"
MS/2141/04/06 "Decision on GM crops postponed until after election"
MS/2141/04/07 "GM foods giant Monsanto starts retreat from Europe"
MS/2141/04/08 "GM science review" printed copy
MS/2141/04/09 "Eating GM foods will not harm you, says official report"
MS/2141/04/10 "Questions about GM"
MS/2141/04/11 "I want red apples and sweeter tomatoes"
MS/2141/04/12 "GM crops will be farmed in Britain within two years"
MS/2141/04/13 "Doubts over value of GM review"
MS/2141/04/14 "Protestors strip off against GM crops"
MS/2141/04/15 "Only 2% of public 'would eat GM food'"
MS/2141/04/16 "Squandering Darwin's legacy"
MS/2141/04/17 "Cloning germ warfare and GM crops"
MS/2141/04/18 "If progress is dodgy food, I’m glad to be a flat earther"
MS/2141/04/19 "BBC 'incited eco-terror on GM drama website'"
MS/2141/04/20 "Babies who ended GM experiment"
MS/2141/04/21 "I killed GM crop with a heavy heart"
MS/2141/04/22 "GM food could be good for you"
MS/2141/04/23 "How to grow profit from seed"
MS/2141/04/24 "GM firms must pay for damage to nearby farms"
MS/2141/04/25 "GM crops one step closer"
MS/2141/04/26 "First seeds: a cautious approval for a limited GM crop"
MS/2141/04/27 "Healthy eating"
MS/2141/04/28 "GM food labelling row could mutate into trade war"
MS/2141/04/29 "GM demonstrators are ignorant, says Blair"
MS/2141/04/30 "Strong support for GM technology"
MS/2141/04/31 "Sainsbury aids new GM foods"
MS/2141/04/32 "GM crops get the go-ahead"
MS/2141/05 Other newspaper articles relating to the GM crop debate
MS/2141/05/01 The Independent "Revealed: how US bullies nations over genetic food"
MS/2141/05/02 The Independent "Revealed: risks of genetic food"
MS/2141/05/03 The Guardian "GM crops to get go-ahead"
MS/2141/05/04 The Guardian "Why GM-free UK is popular but unfeasible"
MS/2141/05/05 The Daily Mail "Charles: my fears over the safety of GM foods"
MS/2141/05/06 Source unknown - newspaper advert for The Ecologist journal on Monsanto "An unauthorised biography of the gene machine"
MS/2141/05/07 Daily Mail "Frankenstein foods: Blair's great betrayal" and 5 copies of other newspaper articles
MS/2141/05/08 Speigel Online - "Designerkost für alle" German article about the potential costs of GM foods
MS/2141/05/09 Daily Mail "Now we want to be a GM-free zone, say worried farmers"
MS/2141/05/10 The Independent "It's hard to swallow" article on potential GM side effects
MS/2141/05/11 The Financial Times "Focus on science to help solve farming issues"
MS/2141/05/12 The Financial Times "US may challenge genetically modified food rules"
MS/2141/05/13 The Daily Mail "Mutant pollen spread in GM trials blunder"
MS/2141/05/14 "Review of GM strategy will ignore field trials"
MS/2141/05/15 New Scientist "Monster Mash" and "Frankenfears" printed articles on GM foods
MS/2141/05/16 Financial Times "Stitching up designer genes"
MS/2141/05/17 The Daily Mail "GM crop giant quits Britain as backlash grows"
MS/2141/05/18 The Guardian "Judgement day" article on results of GM field trials
MS/2141/05/19 The Independent "The risks of genetically modified crops still outweigh the benefits"
MS/2141/05/20 The Independent "Proven: the environmental dangers that may halt GM revolution"
MS/2141/05/21 The Daily Mail "Sounds for GM"
MS/2141/05/22 The Daily Mirror "Silent Spring trials show GM crops are a major threat to wildlife"
MS/2141/05/23 Financial Times "GM crop impact trial finds threat to environment"
MS/2141/05/24 The Guardian "Monsanto shuts UK cereal business after GM setback"
MS/2141/05/25 The Independent "Crops giant retreats from Europe ahead of GM report"
MS/2141/05/26 The Financial Times "GM crops policy could be influenced by findings from biggest scientific trials"
MS/2141/05/27 The Guardian "GM: the verdict birds and the bees: how wildlife suffered"
MS/2141/05/28 The Guardian "Two GM crops face ban for damaging wildlife"
MS/2141/05/29 The Independent "Monsanto to launch the first GM loaf"
MS/2141/05/30 The Independent "Why Monsanto thinks its GM wheat is the next best thing for sliced bread"
MS/2141/05/31 Radio interview transcripts with Prof. David King on GM crops
MS/2141/05/32 Correspondence from Mark Avery to Cockburn regarding his published letter in the Daily Mail
MS/2141/05/33 The Guardian "GM crops fail key trials amid environment fear"
MS/2141/05/34 The Observer "Dissenting advisor quits GM panel"
MS/2141/05/35 The Daily Mail "GM crop debacle"
MS/2141/05/36 The Financial Times "Report calls for tougher regulation on GM foods"
MS/2141/05/37 The Daily Mail "Experts admit GM is risky, but still they won't ban it"
MS/2141/05/38 The Daily Mail "Is the GM review body biased?"
MS/2141/05/39 Unknown Source "Frankenstein foiled science report restores reason to the GM debate"
MS/2141/05/40 The Financial Times "Faith in science"
MS/2141/05/41 Woman and Home "GM foods: the man who said no"
MS/2141/05/42 The Independent "Seeds of conflict"
MS/2141/05/43 The Financial times "Coping with a more influential role"
MS/2141/05/44 Nature magazine Vol 424 "UK experts map out route to licensing transgenic crops"
MS/2141/05/45 The Guardian online "Naive, narrow and biased" Carlo Leifert on leaving government's GM science review panel
MS/2141/05/46 The Guardian "Field trials raise pressure on government"
MS/2141/05/47 The Independent "Alien plants threaten the environment"
MS/2141/05/48 The Guardian "GM could be good for you"
MS/2141/05/49 The Sunday Express photocopy "Anne backs GM food" "Anne stands up to Charles on GM food"
MS/2141/05/50 The Evening Standard "We don't want GM crops in Britain"
MS/2141/05/51 The Financial Times "India approves growing of GM cotton"
MS/2141/05/52 The Financial Times "Gaining ground" India approval is a breakthrough for biotechnology
MS/2141/05/53 The Financial Times "Food labels"
MS/2141/05/54 The Financial Times "Food scientists are hungry for investment"
MS/2141/05/55 The Daily Mail "Charles blasts government over GM foods"
MS/2141/05/56 Feedstuffs printed copy of "Glyphosate tolerant soybeans found safe for use in feed"
MS/2141/05/57 Print in wallet of Harold Wilkes comedy illustration for farming news about GM protestors
MS/2141/05/58 Checkbiotech.org interview with Sungenta chief and correspondence with Allistair Clemence
MS/2141/05/59 The Independent "Benefits to Biodiversity are reduced but not eliminated"
MS/2141/05/60 Night and Day "You have the power to stop GM food - Use it!"
MS/2141/05/61 The Daily Mail "Frankenstein food? You'll be made to like it"
MS/2141/05/62 The Independent "GM crops are given qualified go-ahead"
MS/2141/05/63 The Guardian "An everyday story of GMHT forage maize"
MS/2141/05/64 The Daily Express "Save our island from GM crops"
MS/2141/05/65 The Sun Online "We can feed the world"
MS/2141/05/66 The Daily Express "Protestors held after mass destruction of GM maize"
MS/2141/05/67 Photocopy of fax from John Percell with article from Farmer's weekly "Canadian growers warn UK against adopting GM"
MS/2141/05/68 The Guardian "Monsanto hints at U-turn on GM food in Britain"
MS/2141/05/69 The Independent "Coming soon: the great GM crops debate. But does the Government really want your views?"
MS/2141/05/70 The Independent "One chance to voice a protest on future of our food"
MS/2141/05/71 The Independent "Weedkillers pose biggest threat to UK's wildlife"
MS/2141/05/72 The Daily Mail "Labour pension scheme ploughs cash into GM food and tobacco"
MS/2141/05/73 New Scientist "On stony ground"
MS/2141/05/74 The Evening Standard "Britons say no to GM crops"
MS/2141/05/75 The Independent "From Lab to table: how biotechnology breeds hopes, doubts and fears down the food chain"