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GM Archive / Professor Philip J Dale collection relating to genetically modified foods industry
MS/2143/01 Collection relating to genetically modified foods debate and trials
MS/2143/01/01 Professor Philip J Dale submission to The Agriculture and Climate Risk Enterprise requesting to run an experiment on pollen dispersal of transgenic plants - first transgenic field experiment in Norwich
MS/2143/01/02 Slides from a presentation on GM potatoes given by Professor Philip J Dale
MS/2143/01/03 Letter from Dale to Margaret Beckett (Secretary of State) at the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (DEFRA) regarding his reflecting on the GM public debate
MS/2143/01/04 Letter from Linda Smith on behalf of Margaret Beckett (Secretary of State) thanking Dale for his reflections and his assistance throughout the GM public debate
MS/2143/01/05 Department of Environment, Food and Rural Affairs copy of "The GM public debate: Lessons learned from the process"
MS/2143/01/06 "GM nation? The Public Debate"
MS/2143/01/07 "GM nation? The Public Debate"
MS/2143/01/08 "GM nation? The Findings of the Public Debate"
MS/2143/01/09 Genewatch UK "GM Nation? Engaging people in real debate?"
MS/2143/01/10 Understanding Risk team "A deliberative future?" an independent review of the debate
MS/2143/01/11 GM Nation public debate data opinion submission form
MS/2143/01/12 "Public perceptions of genetically modified food and crops, and the GM Nation? Public debate on the commercialisation of agricultural biotechnology in the UK" British survey report by Wouler Poortinga and Nick F. Pidgeon
MS/2143/01/13 "The regulation of plant made pharmaceuticals in Australia" by Dr Sue D Meek
MS/2143/01/14 Report submitted to the Health Safety Executive for permission to release transgenic crop plants by Imperial College, London
MS/2143/01/15 "GM crops effects on farmland wildlife" Farm Scale Evaluations Research Team
MS/2143/01/16 Schedule of Scientific Steering Committee
MS/2143/01/17 "The implications of Spring-sown genetically modified herbicide-tolerant crops for farmland biodiversity"
MS/2143/01/18 Newsletter of advice and notes for the participants of the committee as the release of the evaluation is published
MS/2143/01/19 "The farm scale evaluations of Spring-sown genetically modified crops" The Royal Society
MS/2143/01/20 Letter from Dale to MP Michael Meacher regarding molecular biology and the risks from GMOs
MS/2143/02 Research on the ethical issues of GM crops
MS/2143/02/01 "Seeds of Contention" by Per Pinstrup-Anderson and Ebbe Scholer
MS/2143/02/02 "Improving nature?" by Reiss Straghan
MS/2143/02/03 "Scientific-technical backgrounds for biotechnology regulations" by F Campagnari, V Sgaramella and G Van den Eede
MS/2143/02/04 "To eat or not to eat? Consumer attitudes to GM food" by the Welsh Consumer Council
MS/2143/02/05 "Socio-economic impact of GMO regulation and GMO detection" by Dr Susan Miles & Dr Lynn J Frewer
MS/2143/02/06 "Crops of uncertain nature?" Plant Research International by De Visser, Nrjhuis, Elsas & Dueck
MS/2143/02/07 "Ethics and Equity in conservation and use of genetic resources for sustainable food security" by International Plant Genetic Resources Institute (IPGR)
MS/2143/03 Research on the opposing view of GM crops
MS/2143/03/01 "Science for the Earth" by Tom Waleford and Martin Walters with a foreword by Stephen Hawking
MS/2143/03/02 "In the famine trap" by Devinder Sharma
MS/2143/03/03 "The case for a GM-free sustainable world" Independent Science Panel (ISP)
MS/2143/03/04 "We reap what we sow" GM Free Cymru
MS/2143/03/05 "GM dilemmas - consumers and genetically modified foods" policy report from the Consumers Association
MS/2143/03/06 "Public perceptions of agricultural biotechnology in Europe" PABE Research Project
MS/2143/03/07 "The politics of GM food risk, science & public trust" by the Economic & Social Research Council
MS/2143/03/08 "A citizens' jury /scenario workshop on food and farming futures for Andhra Pradesh, India" by Michael P Pimbert and Tom Wakeford
MS/2143/03/09 "The real green revolution organic and agroecological farming in the South" Greenpeace by Nicholas Parratt & Terry Marsden
MS/2143/03/10 "Down on the farm the impact of Nano-scale technologies on food and agriculture" Action Group on Erosion, Technology and Concentration
MS/2143/03/11 "Non-food GM crops: New dawn or false hope? Part 1: Drug production" Genewatch UK
MS/2143/03/12 "Seeds of doubt North America farmers' experiences of GM crops" Soil Association Organic Standard
MS/2143/03/13 "Biopiracy the plunder of nature and knowledge" by Vandana Shiva
MS/2143/03/14 "Genetic engineering dream or nightmare? The brave new world of bad science and big business" by Dr Mae-Wan Ho
MS/2143/03/15 "Wishing up - the pubic and new technologies" by the Centre for the Study of Environmental Change at Lancaster University
MS/2143/03/16 "Policy report gene cuisine - a consumer agenda for genetically modified foods" by the Consumers Association
MS/2143/03/17 "Uncertain world genetically modified organisms, food and public attitudes in Britain" by Robin Grove-White, Phil Machaghten, Sue Mayer and Brian Wynne
MS/2143/03/18 "Rethinking risk a pilot multi-criteria mapping of a genetically modified crop in agricultural systems in the UK" by Andy Stirling and Sue Mayer
MS/2143/04 Research on the public reviews of GM crops
MS/2143/04/01 "GM Science Review first report" prepared by the GM Science Review Panel
MS/2143/04/02 "GM Science Review second report" prepared by the GM Science Review Panel
MS/2143/04/03 "Field work: Weighing up the costs and benefits of GM crops" report by the Cabinet Office
MS/2143/04/04 "Crops on Trial" by the Agriculture and Environment Biotechnology Commission
MS/2143/04/05 "Farm-scale evaluation results ACRE open meetings" Action with Communities in Rural England
MS/2143/04/06 "Qualitative research on a series of reconvened group discussions for the 'Narrow but deep' strand of the GM public debate" by Corr Willbourn
MS/2143/04/07 Innogen Annual Conference "GM dialogue"
MS/2143/04/08 "The people's report" Policy, Ethics and Life Sciences Research Centre Newcastle University
MS/2143/04/09 "The commercial use of genetically modified crops in the United Kingdom: the potential wider impact on farmland wildlife"
MS/2143/04/10 "Environmental risks of herbicide-tolerant oilseed rape a review of the PGS hybrid oilseed rape"
MS/2143/05 Research on the biosafety of GM crops
MS/2143/05/01 "Botanical files a study of the real chances for spontaneous gene flow from cultivated plants to the wild flora of the Netherlands" by Vries, Meijden and Brandenburg
MS/2143/05/02 "Ecological monitoring of genetically modified crops - a workshop summary" National Research Council
MS/2143/05/03 "Biosafety of transgenic organisms in human health products" by Leila M. Oda
MS/2143/05/04 "Biosafety regulation in biotechnology" Brazilian Biosafety Law
MS/2143/05/05 "The 1st European conference on the co-existence of genetically modified crops with conventional and organic crops" by the Danish Institute of Agricultural Sciences (DIAS)
MS/2143/05/06 "Report from the Danish working group on the co-existence of genetically modified crops with conventional and organic crops" Danish Institute of Agricultural Sciences
MS/2143/05/07 "Environmental concerns with transgenic plants in centres of diversity: potato as a model" proceeding from a regional workshop held by the Biotechnology Advisory Commission
MS/2143/05/08 "Introduction of genetically modified organisms into the environment" Harold A Mooney and Georgio Bernardi
MS/2143/05/09 "To be or not to be biosafe - an evaluation of transgenic phosphinothricin-tolerant oilseed rape (brassica napus L.)" by P.L.J. Metz
MS/2143/05/10 "Five cultivated plant species: rape, lucerne/alfalfa, pea, poplars and potato - dispersal, establishment and interactions with the environment" by Hojland and Poulsen
MS/2143/05/11 "GM products corporate challenges for biotech companies and the new policy agenda" proceedings of a conference held by The Royal Institute of International Affairs
MS/2143/05/12 "Environmental concerns with transgenic plants in centres of diversity: Potato as a model" Proceedings from a regional workshop by the Biotechnology Advisory Commission
MS/2143/05/13 "Ecological effects of pest resistance genes in managed ecosystems" proceedings of a workshop held by Information Systems for Biotechnology
MS/2143/05/14 "A framework for biosafety implementation" Report of a meeting held by the International Service for National Agricultural Research (ISNAR)
MS/2143/05/15 "Safety of genetically engineered crops" Flanders Interuniversity Institute for biotechnology
MS/2143/05/16 "Genetically engineered oilseed rape: agricultural saviour or new form of pollution?" Genewatch UK
MS/2143/05/17 "Ecological impact of traditional crop plants - a basis for the assessment of transgenic plants?" Austrian Federal Environment Agency
MS/2143/05/18 "Analysis of the biosafety for biotechnology in Kenya: Application of a conceptual framework" International Service for National Agricultural Research
MS/2143/05/19 "UNEP/GEF Building capacity for the implementation of The Cartagena Protocol on biosafety" United Nations Environmental Programme
MS/2143/05/20 "Safety evaluation of foods derived by modern biotechnology concepts and principles"
MS/2143/05/21 "Safety considerations for biotechnology"
MS/2143/05/22 "Biotechnology and the changing role of government"
MS/2143/05/23 "Safety considerations for biotechnology scale up of crop plants"
MS/2143/05/24 "Field releases of transgenic plants 1986 - 1992"
MS/2143/05/25 "Recombinant DNA safety considerations"
MS/2143/05/26 "Safety considerations for biotechnology scale up of microorganisms as biofertilizers"
MS/2143/05/27 "Biotechnology, agriculture and food"
MS/2143/05/28 "Weed Destruction"
MS/2143/05/29 "Herbicides and plant metabolism"
MS/2143/05/30 "Herbicide resistant crops and pesticides"
MS/2143/05/31 "Herbicide resistant crops: agricultural, environmental, economic, regulatory and technical aspects"
MS/2143/05/32 "Herbicide resistance in weeds and crops"
MS/2143/05/33 Request for advisory opinion on kanamycin resistance gene and its safety for use in genetically modified crops and plants vol 1 by Calgene Incorporated
MS/2143/05/34 Request for advisory opinion on kanamycin resistance gene and its safety for use in genetically modified crops and plants vol 2 by Calgene Incorporated
MS/2143/05/35 Nordic seminar on Antibiotic resistant marker genes and GM plants
MS/2143/06 Research on Reports concerning the use of GM crops
MS/2143/06/01 "The Strategy for sustainable farming and food"
MS/2143/06/02 "The use of GM crops in developing countries" Nuffield Council on Bioethics
MS/2143/06/03 "GM crops - Understanding the issues" The UK Agricultural Biotech Industry
MS/2143/06/04 "GM plants for food use" The Royal Society
MS/2143/06/05 "The use of GM animals" The Royal Society
MS/2143/06/06 "GM plants for food use and human health" The Royal Society
MS/2143/06/07 "Biotechnology and farming" by Biotechnology Commission
MS/2143/06/08 "Economics of identity preservation for GM crops" Food Biotechnology Communications Initiative
MS/2143/06/09 "Old crops in new bottles" The Royal Agricultural Society of England
MS/2143/06/10 "One hundred percent safe?"
MS/2143/06/11 "The impact of genetic modification on agriculture, food and health"
MS/2143/06/12 "Biotechnology developments in Africa" Biotechnology Industry Organisation
MS/2143/07 International Service for the Acquisition of Agri-biotech Applications publications
MS/2143/07/01 "Global status of transgenic crops"
MS/2143/07/02 "Rent creation and distribution from the first three years of planting Bt cotton”
MS/2143/07/03 "Europe/North America study tour for senior policy makers from S. E. Asia in issues related to GM crops"
MS/2143/07/04 "Preview Global status of commercialized transgenic crops: 2002"
MS/2143/07/05 "Preview Global status of commercialized transgenic crops: 2003"
MS/2143/07/06 "Global review of commercialized transgenic crops: 2002 feature: Bt Maize"
MS/2143/08 Research on the science of genetic modification
MS/2143/08/01 "Genetically modified pest protected plants" National Research Council
MS/2143/08/02 "Biotechnology of food crops in developing countries"
MS/2143/08/03 "Field testing engineered organisms: ecological and genetic issues"
MS/2143/08/04 "Aquatic biotechnology and food safety"
MS/2143/08/05 "Genetic improvements of agriculturally important crops"
MS/2143/08/06 "Field testing genetically modified organisms a framework for decisions"
MS/2143/08/07 "The future of food: biotechnology markets and policies in an international setting"
MS/2143/08/08 "The state of the world's plant genetic resources for food and agriculture"
MS/2143/08/09 "Shades of green a review of UK farming systems"
MS/2143/08/10 "The crops guide to biotech"
MS/2143/08/11 "Agricultural biotechnology and the environment science, policy and social issues"
MS/2143/08/12 "The field testing and commercialisation of genetically modified plants: a review of worldwide data (1986-1994)"
MS/2143/09 Research reported in press cuttings
MS/2143/09/01 Press cuttings folder early 2003
MS/2143/09/02 Press cuttings folder June 2003
MS/2143/09/03 Press cuttings folder July 2003
MS/2143/09/04 Press cuttings folder January 2004
MS/2143/09/05 Press cuttings folder October 2003
MS/2143/09/06 Press cuttings folder 2002/03
MS/2143/09/07 Press cuttings folder late 2001
MS/2143/09/08 Press cuttings folder early 2001
MS/2143/09/09 Press cuttings folder late 2000
MS/2143/09/10 Press cuttings folder from various sources
MS/2143/09/11 Press cuttings folder from various sources
MS/2143/09/12 "GM foods: we stand firm" The Telegraph article by Tony Blair
MS/2143/09/13 Press cuttings folder from Sue Mayer