"Biotechnology in the public sphere: A European sourcebook"
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Professor Vivian Moses collection relating to genetically modified crops
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Professor Vivian Moses collection relating to genetically modified crops
MS/2155/01 Collection of AV Materials relating to genetically modified crops
MS/2155/01/01 Channel 4 News
MS/2155/01/02 Channel 4 News
MS/2155/01/03 BBC News – Vivien Moses
MS/2155/01/04 BBC Breakfast News
MS/2155/01/05 GM crops – Guy Smith
MS/2155/01/06 BBC Breakfast – launch of debate
MS/2155/01/07 BBC GM crops in Spain
MS/2155/01/08 BBC news and BBC Breakfast news
MS/2155/01/09 "GM cotton revolution in India"
MS/2155/01/10 Sky News
MS/2155/01/11 Press cuttings and other media items A-H
MS/2155/01/12 Press cuttings and other media items I-Z
MS/2155/01/13 Press cuttings and other media items "What the Green Movement got wrong; the debate" Channel 4
MS/2155/01/14 Talking of Food GM foods debate London disk 1
MS/2155/01/15 Talking of Food GM foods debate London disk 2
MS/2155/01/16 Talking of Food GM foods debate London disk 3
MS/2155/01/17 Talking of Food GM foods debate London disk 4
MS/2155/01/18 "Seeds of freedom"
MS/2155/01/19 "The Genetic Roulette"
MS/2155/01/20 "Biotechnology in Europe: the right to choose"
MS/2155/01/21 Debates and Lectures: Intelligence Squared and 9th Gatsby Plant Science Summer School
MS/2155/01/22 Powerpoint presentations by Moses
MS/2155/01/23 Television video compilation 1
MS/2155/01/24 Television video compilation 2
MS/2155/01/25 Hay festival Alex Avery vs Soil Association debate
MS/2155/01/26 Cropgen Website
MS/2155/01/27 Emails from Thomas Deichmann with German media items
MS/2155/01/28 UBS Investment seminar
MS/2155/01/29 EuropaBio CD: The invisible revolution & EuropaBio publications
MS/2155/01/30 Radio recording 1
MS/2155/01/31 Radio recording 2 "Seeds of trouble"
MS/2155/01/32 Radio recording 3
MS/2155/01/33 Radio recording 4
MS/2155/01/34 Radio recording 5
MS/2155/01/35 Radio recording 6
MS/2155/01/36 Radio recording 7
MS/2155/01/37 Radio recording 8
MS/2155/01/38 Radio recording 9
MS/2155/01/39 Radio recording 10
MS/2155/01/40 Radio recording 11
MS/2155/02 Collection of pamphlets and booklets relating to genetically modified crops
MS/2155/02/01 Leatherhead Food International: Research programme
MS/2155/02/02 Independence: GM food - a resource for Kay Stage 3
MS/2155/02/03 Independence "A genetically modified future?"
MS/2155/02/04 GM Freeze "GM wheat – what’s happening and what you can do"
MS/2155/02/05 United Soybean Board "2010 Science Update"
MS/2155/02/06 Council for Biotechnology Information "Good ideas are growing"
MS/2155/02/07 Teagasc "Agri-food biotechnology"
MS/2155/02/08 Umweltbundesamt "Ecological impact of traditional crop plants – a basis for the assessment of transgenic plants?"
MS/2155/02/09 United Soybean Board "The benefits of biotechnology"
MS/2155/02/10 Greenpeace "Good food gone bad"
MS/2155/02/11 Wissenschaftlerkreis Grüne Gentechnik e.v. "Frag die Erbse"
MS/2155/02/12 United Soybean Board "US soybean production"
MS/2155/02/13 Wissenschaftlerkreis Grüne Genrechnik e.v. "Grüne Gentechnik?"
MS/2155/02/14 National Institute of Agricultural Botany "Plant science into practice – Strategic Plan 2010-2015"
MS/2155/02/15 Sense about science "I don't know what to believe..."
MS/2155/02/16 Technology Information Center "Facilitating conservation"
MS/2155/02/17 Conservation Technology Information Center "Facilitating conservation farming practices and enhancing environmental sustainability with agricultural biotechnology"
MS/2155/02/18 EuropaBio "Green biotechnology manifesto"
MS/2155/02/19 AfricaBio "GM crops - addressing you concerns"
MS/2155/02/20 "Why can’t we make a decision about the genetic modification of foods and crops?"
MS/2155/02/21 John Innes Centre/Sainsbury Laboratory "Food security – what next?"
MS/2155/02/22 "Food for thought"
MS/2155/02/23 EuropaBio "Green biotechnology and climate change"
MS/2155/02/24 Library of Congress folder with miscellaneous papers
MS/2155/02/25 American Soybean Association "Myths and realities behind rising food prices"
MS/2155/02/26 BASF "The future is green"
MS/2155/02/27 BASF "More, better, faster - BASF and Monsanto establish collaboration in plant biotechnology"
MS/2155/02/28 Agricultural Biotechnology Stewardship Technical Committee "Butterflies and BT corn - allowing science to guide decisions"
MS/2155/02/29 Pioneer "Preparing the soil"
MS/2155/02/30 Center for Science in the Public Interest "The ten riskiest foods regulated by the US Food and Drugs Administration"
MS/2155/02/31 International Food Policy Research Institute "Agriculture and climate change – an agenda for negotiation in Copenhagen"
MS/2155/02/32 Dow Chemical Company "Guiding principles for biotechnology"
MS/2155/02/33 Monsanto "For the record – Science food safety"
MS/2155/02/34 Rice - Insect protected corn
MS/2155/02/35 InterNutrition "Gentechnologie: auch ein Instrument der Landwirtschaft"
MS/2155/02/36 "Food for Our Future: Genetic modification, food & farming"
MS/2155/02/37 Food Future "GM crops & the environment"
MS/2155/02/38 AgroGen "Comparing cultivation with and without the use of transgenic crops in sustainable agriculture"
MS/2155/02/39 Food Sense "Genetic modification and food"
MS/2155/02/40 "The ordinary beer that’s out of the ordinary"
MS/2155/02/41 Agricultural Biotechnology Europe "What’s in it for you?"
MS/2155/02/42 Council for Biotechnology Information "Look closer at biotechnology"
MS/2155/02/43 European Commission "Life sciences and biotechnology – a strategy for Europe"
MS/2155/02/44 Agricultural Biotechnology Council "Agricultural Biotechnology in the United Kingdom"
MS/2155/02/45 University of Glamorgan "Genetic engineering – monster or marvel"
MS/2155/02/46 Voice of British Agriculture "Food, farm and countryside"
MS/2155/02/47 Cropgen "Choosing GM soya in Romania"
MS/2155/03 Collection of reports and conference papers relating to genetically modified crops
MS/2155/03/01 International Centre for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology Workshop “Transgenic organisms in the new millennium – risks and benefits"
MS/2155/03/02 Irish Dept, of Enterprise, Trade and Employment "Report of the inter-departmental group on modern biotechnology"
MS/2155/03/03 European Foulbrood "Task Group on Public Perceptions of Biotechnology - Ethical aspects of agricultural biotechnology"
MS/2155/03/04 St George’s House "GM technology – significance for UK food and farming"
MS/2155/03/05 St George’s House "GM technology – significance for UK food and farming" programme and biographies
MS/2155/03/06 Open University "EU safety regulation of genetically-modified crops"
MS/2155/03/07 Citizen Foresight "The future of food and agriculture"
MS/2155/03/08 Agricultural Biotechnology International Conference "Presentation summaries"
MS/2155/03/09 Canadian Biotechnology Advisory Committee "Regulation of genetically modified food"
MS/2155/03/10 BATS Agency "Tools for safety assessment; The deliberate release of transgenic plants – biology, hazards and safety"
MS/2155/03/11 Food for our Future "Food and biotechnology"
MS/2155/03/12 European Academy for Environmental Questions "Lebensraum Erde"
MS/2155/03/13 European Academy for Environmental Questions "Giftstoffe welweit"
MS/2155/03/14 European Academy for Environmental Questions "Fremdstoffe in Lebensmittel"
MS/2155/03/15 Food Future "Modern biotechnology – towards greater understanding"
MS/2155/03/16 European Commission "Economic impact of dominant GM crops worldwide – a review"
MS/2155/03/17 European Commission "New case studies on the coexistence of GM and non-GM crops in European agriculture"
MS/2155/03/18 Wageningen UR "Sustainability of current GM crop cultivation"
MS/2155/03/19 Nuffield Council on Bioethics "The use of genetically modified crops in developing countries"
MS/2155/03/20 PG Economics "Consultancy support for the analysis of the impact of GM crops on UK farm profitability"
MS/2155/03/21 Cabinet Office Strategy Unit "Field work – weighing up the costs and benefits of GM crops"
MS/2155/03/23 Leatherhead Food International "Food issues"
MS/2155/03/24 ILSI Europe "2008 General Assembly – Symposium to eat or not to eat: benefits and risks to health"
MS/2155/03/25 Marketing Week "Issues, threats and risks in the food industry"
MS/2155/03/26 Food Additives and Ingredients Association "In the mix – additives and ingredients for healthy eating"
MS/2155/03/27 International Service for the Acquisition of Agri-biotech Applications "Global review of commercialised transgenic crops: 2001 feature – BT cotton"
MS/2155/03/28 International Service for the Acquisition of Agri-biotech Applications "Preview of Global review of commercialised transgenic crops"
MS/2155/03/29 International Service for the Acquisition of Agri-biotech Applications "GM rice: will this lead the way for global acceptable of GM crop technology"
MS/2155/03/30 International Service for the Acquisition of Agri-biotech Applications "Global review of commercialised transgenic crops: 2002 feature – BT maize"
MS/2155/03/31 International Service for the Acquisition of Agri-biotech Applications "Preview of Global review of commercialised transgenic crops"
MS/2155/03/32 International Service for the Acquisition of Agri-biotech Applications "GM crops– the first ten years – global socio-economic and environmental impacts"
MS/2155/03/33 Alliance of Liberals and Democrats for Europe "The risk evaluation of GMOs"
MS/2155/03/34 United States Department of Agriculture "Is agricultural innovation such as biotechnology a solution for addressing climate change and achieving food security?"
MS/2155/03/35 Royal Society "Reaping the benefits"
MS/2155/03/36 Council for Agricultural Science and Technology "Sustainability of US soybean production – conventional, transgenic and organic production systems"
MS/2155/03/37 Agricultural Biotechnology in North Carolina "Growing North Carolina’s agricultural biotechnology landscape"
MS/2155/03/38 Research and Extension Entomologies of the North Central Regional Research project "BT corn & European corn borer – long-term success through business management"
MS/2155/03/39 ELSA Activities in Sweden "Research concerning ethical, legal and social aspects of genome research"
MS/2155/03/40 Regenass-Klotz "Grundzüge der Gentechnik"
MS/2155/03/41 Gatsby Plant Science Summer School, University of Leeds
MS/2155/03/42 Leatherhead Food Research "Genetic modification – the way forward?"
MS/2155/03/43 CropLife Asia "More people, less land – technology’s role in sustainable agriculture in Asia"
MS/2155/03/44 EU Advanced Workshop on Bioethics and Public Perceptions of Biotechnology
MS/2155/03/45 Biotechnology Commission "GM crops? Coexistence and liability"
MS/2155/03/46 "Consumer attitudes to genetically modified food"
MS/2155/03/47 Policies for the next government; science and technology
MS/2155/03/48 European Union "Catalogue of socio-economic impact studies – biotechnology"
MS/2155/03/49 EuropaBio "Benchmarking the competitiveness of biotechnology in Europe"
MS/2155/03/50 Institute of Grocery Distribution "Communication and labelling guidelines for genetically modified crops"
MS/2155/03/51 Centre for the Study of Environmental Change "Uncertain world – genetically modified organisms, food and public attitudes in Britain"
MS/2155/03/52 Exclusive Farm Use and European Molecular Biology Organization "Focus on future issues in biotechnology"
MS/2155/03/53 Conference programme and conference proceedings from the Scientific Alliance Fields of the future – GM crops conference
MS/2155/03/54 European Commission "The new technologies in life sciences – impact on job creation"
MS/2155/03/55 Multi-author letter to Angela Merkel
MS/2155/03/56 Multi-author letter to John Dalli
MS/2155/03/57 "Modern farming, GM crops and ‘farmland birds’"
MS/2155/03/58 Royal Society of Medicine "Biotechnology – an important tool for the future"
MS/2155/03/59 Swedish Technology Foresight "The foresighted society"
MS/2155/03/60 Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council "Ethics, morality and crop biotechnology"
MS/2155/03/61 Department of the Environment "National biotechnology conference"
MS/2155/03/62 Federation of European Microbiological Societies "Gene technology in microbiology – benefits and risks"
MS/2155/03/63 European Commission "Studies on the socio-economic impact of biotechnology – strategies for communication of food biotechnology"
MS/2155/03/64 European Commission "The Europeans and modern biotechnology - EUROBAROMETER 46.1"
MS/2155/03/65 European Commission "Biotechnology programme – project reports (vol. 2)"
MS/2155/03/66 Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development "GM food safety – facts, uncertainties and assessment Edinburgh conference"
MS/2155/03/67 EFB Task Group on Public Perceptions of Biotechnology: European Biotechnology Forum – public perception and public policy (15-16.12.1998)
MS/2155/03/68 Science Museum "A taste of things to come – Future foods?"
MS/2155/03/69 Institute of Grocery Distribution "Biotechnology – communication and industry policy"
MS/2155/03/70 Farmscale Evaluations Research Consortium "Managing GM crops with herbicides – effects on farmland wildlife"
MS/2155/03/71 Gene flow in plants and micro-organisms – initiative workshop
MS/2155/03/72 EFB Task Group on Public Perceptions of Biotechnology "Who should communicate with the public and how?"
MS/2155/03/73 Institute of Grocery Distribution "Consumer Watch"
MS/2155/03/74 "Ambivalent nation? Public attitudes to biotechnology in the UK, 1991-2002"
MS/2155/03/75 European Commission "Europeans, science and technology – Eurobarometer"
MS/2155/03/76 "One hundred percent safe? GM foods in the UK"
MS/2155/03/77 Royal Society of Medicine "Genetic engineering in food production"
MS/2155/03/78 EuropaBio "GM Crops: Reaping the benefits, but not in Europe"
MS/2155/03/79 Agricultural Biotechnology Council "Going for growth"
MS/2155/03/80 EuropaBio "Science not fiction: time to think again about GM"
MS/2155/03/81 Food and Agriculture Organization conference "GMOs and gene flow"
MS/2155/03/82 Science Review of Plant Biotechnology
MS/2155/03/83 "Opportunity for all – Plant biotechnology"
MS/2155/04 Collection of Journals relating to genetically modified crops
MS/2155/04/01 Biotechnologia, vol. 4 "Agrobiotechnologia i prsemysł rolnopspo_wczy: perspektywy I ograniczenia w swietle opinii publicznej" (Agrobiotechnology and agrifood industry: perspectives and limitations in the light of public opinion)
MS/2155/04/02 Saunders "Is GM back?" - Management Today p. 36
MS/2155/04/03 GM Crops & Food, Vol. 1 Issue 5
MS/2155/04/04 GM Crops & Food, Vol. 2 Issue 2
MS/2155/04/05 GM Crops & Food, Vol. 2 Issue 3
MS/2155/04/06 GM Crops & Food, Vol. 3 Issue 1
MS/2155/04/07 GM Crops & Food, Vol. 3 Issue 2
MS/2155/04/08 GM Crops & Food, Vol. 3 Issue 3
MS/2155/04/09 GM Crops & Food, Vol. 3 Issue 4
MS/2155/04/10 GM Crops & Food, Vol. 4 Issue 1
MS/2155/04/11 GM Crops & Food, Vol. 4 Issue 2
MS/2155/04/12 World Agriculture, Vol. 1 Issue 1
MS/2155/04/13 World Agriculture, Vol. 1 Issue 2
MS/2155/04/14 World Agriculture, Vol. 3 Issue 1
MS/2155/04/15 World Agriculture, Vol. 4 Issue 1
MS/2155/04/16 Trends in Biotechnology "Biotech and the global agri-food sector"
MS/2155/04/17 Journal of Commercial Biotechnology "Special issue – GM foods and crops"
MS/2155/05 Collection of books relating to genetically modified crops
MS/2155/05/01 "Mendel in the Kitchen: A scientist's view of genetically modified foods"
MS/2155/05/02 "The Frankenfood Myth: How protest and politics threaten the biotech revolution"
MS/2155/05/03 "Undying promise: agricultural biotechnology’s pro-poor narrative, ten years on"
MS/2155/05/04 "Fearing food: Risk, health and environment"
MS/2155/05/05 "Genetic glass ceilings: Transgenics for crop biodiversity"
MS/2155/05/06 European Commission "A decade of EU-funded GMO research"
MS/2155/05/07 "Genes for Africa: Genetically modified crops in the developing world"
MS/2155/05/08 "Biotechnology and competitive advantage Europe’s firms and the US challenge"
MS/2155/05/09 "Biotechnology in the public sphere: A European sourcebook"
MS/2155/05/10 "Whole earth discipline"
MS/2155/05/11 European Union "Ethical, legal and social aspects of the life sciences and technologies (EN18309)"
MS/2155/05/12 European Union "Ethical, legal and social aspects of the life sciences and technologies (EN17767)"
MS/2155/05/13 "Amalgamations: Fusing culture and technology"
MS/2155/05/14 "Gene technology and the public: An interdisciplinary perspective"
MS/2155/05/15 "Gene an die Gabel : das erste GVO-Kochbuch der Welt"
MS/2155/05/16 "Shades of green - a review of UK farming systems"
MS/2155/05/17 European Federation of Biotechnology "Biotechnology for non-specialists – a handbook of information sources"
MS/2155/05/18 "Lespakket Biotechnologie"
MS/2155/05/19 "Biotechnology - The science and the business"
MS/2155/05/20 "Biotechnology, present position and future developments"
MS/2155/05/21 "Food, Inc. – Mendel to Monsanto – the promises and perils of the biotech harvest"
MS/2155/05/22 "The coming biotech age"
MS/2155/05/23 European Commission "Food quality and safety in Europe"
MS/2155/05/24 Emirates Center for Strategic Studies and Research "Biotechnology and the future of society"
MS/2155/05/25 "Modern Biology – visions of humanity & Introduction"
MS/2155/05/26 "Kleine Reise durch die Biotechnologie"
MS/2155/05/27 "What on earth is biotechnology?"
MS/2155/05/28 "Genteknik och livsmedel"
MS/2155/05/29 "Siirtogeenit tulevat kasveihin"
MS/2155/05/30 "SOStenible? Biotechnology"
MS/2155/05/31 European Commission "International workshop on socio-economic impacts of GMO crops"
MS/2155/05/32 European Parliament "Seminar on agricultural biotechnology crops"
MS/2155/05/33 Environment Directorate Environment Policy Committee "Working party on climate investment and development – adapting agriculture to climate change: what role for biotechnology?"
MS/2155/05/34 "Nature improved: interdisciplinary essays on humanity's relationship with nature"
MS/2155/05/35 "Exploiting Biotechnology"
MS/2155/05/36 "Biotech guide – biotechnology in agriculture and food"
MS/2155/05/37 "Buotech-gids – biotechnologie in landbouw en voeding"
MS/2155/05/38 "Genes for your food – food for your genes"
MS/2155/05/39 "Genen en gezondheid"
MS/2155/05/40 "Nuffield Council on Bioethics: The use of genetically modified crops in developing countries"
MS/2155/05/41 "Transgenic plants in agriculture: Ten years experience of the French"
MS/2155/05/42 "Future impacts of biotechnology on agriculture, food production and food processing"
MS/2155/05/43 "Gene Technology and Social Acceptance"
MS/2155/05/44 "Biotechnology and safety assessment"
MS/2155/05/45 "Genetically modified crops"
MS/2155/05/46 Polish Ministry of the Environment "Organizmy genetycznie zmodyfikowanr"
MS/2155/05/47 "First fruit: The creation of the Flavr Savr tomato and the birth of biotech food"
MS/2155/05/48 "White book – genetically modified crops"
MS/2155/05/49 "Biotechnology – the making of a global controversy"
MS/2155/05/50 Consumers International "GM foods – the facts and the fiction"
MS/2155/05/51 "Travels in the genetically modified zone"
MS/2155/05/52 "A consumer’s guide to GM food – from green genes to red herrings"
MS/2155/05/53 National Consumer Council "Your food – whose choice"
MS/2155/05/54 European Commission "EC-sponsored research on safety of genetically modified organisms"
MS/2155/05/55 Agrifood Awareness "Gene technology in Australia – fact not fiction"
MS/2155/05/56 "Grüne gentechnik: Ein bewertungsmodell"
MS/2155/05/57 "Where does food come from?"
MS/2155/05/58 "GM crops, understanding the issues"