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At least 35 species of genetically engineered fish are currently being developed around the world. One of these fish -- a GE salmon often referenced to as the “frankenfish” -- could soon appear on U.S. grocery shelves.
This report makes the case that over use of nano-silver as an antimicrobial in an increasing array of consumer products may harm the public.
Writen in opposition to the proposed Wasserman Schultz amendment titled ‘Permitting Second Opinions in Certain Genetic Diagnostic Testing’ to H. R. 1249, the America Invents Act.
This issue brief explains how the Advanced Research Project Agency - Energy funds risky synthetic biology research (for applications such as biofuels).
Civil society's letter to the president's commission on synthetic biology
Letter written in support of the introduction of the Genomic Research and Accessibility Act
In the case, Myriad Genetics is filing for a patent on two genes associated with increased risk for cancer. The groups signed on to the amicus brief want the court to rule that human genes cannot be patented.
Letter urging the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to fully assess the impacts of genetically engineered Atlantic salmon before acting on AquaBounty Technologies’ application for the first ever approval of a GE animal for human consumption.
Labeling of AquAdvantage genetically engineered salmon.
This groundbreaking report rigorously examines claims that nanotechnology will allow for continued economic growth and resource use while minimizing environmental impacts, showing that to date nanotechnology has failed to make good on these promises.