Oversixty organizations and scientific leaders address an open letter to Jean-Claude Juncker.
Association Française des Biotechnologies Végétales Wissenschaftlerkreis Grüne Gentechnik e.V.23-25 rue Jean-Jacques Rousseau Postfach 12 01 27,75001 Paris, France 60114 Frankfurt/main, Allemagnemél: email@example.com@wgg-ev.dePress ReleaseFrankfurt am Main and Paris, 20 July2018Oversixty organizations and scientific leadersaddress an open letterto Jean-Claude Juncker:Three proposals to ensure that the EU does not miss out on the opportunities offered by plant genome editingOversixty organizations (public and private research centers, universities, academies, technical institutes, professional agricultural organizations) and scientific leaders from different European Union countriesand Switzerland(1)have come together as a group called « European Initiative for plant genome editing ».
Three proposals to ensure that the EU does not miss out on the opportunities offered by plant genome editing
Three french and european assesments invalidate the results and conclusions of the GE Seralini study on GM Maize
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