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Current press release

German government accused of failing to take action

Testbiotech today published a report on how the biotech and food industry are influencing risk research and decisions within the responsible German authorities. According to the analysis, even leading experts in German government agencies and institutions dealing with risk research in food safety and agricultural genetic engineering are compromised by conflicts of interest.

In particular, the following German institutions are affected:


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Further press releases

09. January 2015

New doubts about the credibility of the EU project GRACE

18. November 2014

In a letter to the new EU-Commissioner Testbiotech demands access to further data

07. November 2014

Evaluation of data from feeding trial with genetically engineered maize MON810 indicates negative health impact in rats

10. October 2014

Report by German authorities on the most commonly used herbicide criticised as inadequate

02. October 2014

Unintended effects might be favourable to the spread of pest insects

24. September 2014

International Conference in South Korea - a starting point?

25. July 2014

Testbiotech demands application for the placing on the market to be refused

02. July 2014

Organisations urge German government to set higher ethical standards

26. June 2014

German government urged to take action to stop the flow of transgenes into the environment