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When GM crops were first commercialized, science-based risk assessments and regulations were applied to ensure food (human and animal) and environmental safety. Early ado [...]
2016-12 | Journal Article |
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Compliance with international obligations is the lynch-pin to the sustainability and success of international agreements, treaties and organizations. Without this complia [...]
2016-12 | Journal Article |
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The timely and efficient commercialization of innovation is one of industry’s principal needs if it is to invest in research and development within a given jurisdiction [...]
2016-12 | Journal Article |
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The myriad of litigation and class action suits surrounding Syngenta’s Viptera corn covers many issues that have been well addressed in previous litigation and literatu [...]
2016-12 | Journal Article |
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Several countries have included socio-economic considerations (SECs) into domestic regulatory frameworks for biosafety and approval of genetically modified crops. Numerou [...]
2016-12 | Journal Article |
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The use of modern agricultural biotechnology is a contentious global issue. The absence of international regulatory harmonization or, even more fundamentally, agreement o [...]
2016-12 | Journal Article |
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International trade rules based on science are not functioning efficiently. Considerable effort was put forth in the 20th century to enable politics to be removed from th [...]
2010 | Conference Paper/ Presentation |
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Identity preserving production and marketing (IPPM) systems are used extensively in the Canadian canola industry to segregate varieties with different traits from the com [...]
2001 | Journal Article |
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This article examines three developing countries to identify capacities for innovative science policy: Brazil, South Africa and the Philippines. Using membership in regio [...]
29 November 2012 | Journal Article |
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