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The Scientist
Scientists Oppose Scotland's GM Crop BanFollowing an announcement that Scotland would not embrace genetically modified
Scientists Oppose Scotland's GM Crop Ban
The Scientist / Posted 11 days ago
Following an announcement that Scotland would not embrace genetically modified (GM) foods, representatives from 28 scientific institutions across the U.K. have released an open letter in disagreement with the decision. The letter, dated August 17 and... Read more
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Scotsman
Scots GM crops backing ‘like a religious crusade’ The Scottish Government has banned the use of GM crops in the country. Picture
Scots GM crops backing ‘like a religious crusade’
Scotsman / Posted 12 days ago
The Scottish Government has banned the use of GM crops in the country. Picture: Getty THE Scottish Government’s decision to ban cultivation of genetically modified crops north of the Border has split... Read more
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Scotsman
Euan McColm: Ban on GM crops is embarrassing Far from enhancing Scotland's 'clean, green status', Richard Lochheads ban on
Euan McColm: Ban on GM crops is embarrassing
Scotsman / Posted 12 days ago
Far from enhancing Scotland's 'clean, green status', Richard Lochheads ban on GM crops is a backward move. Picture: Julie Bull Scottish Government’s populist move disrespects our scientists and lets down... Read more
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heraldscotland
Scientists warn over plans to ban growing GM cropsMr Lochhead said at the time that a ban on growing GM crops would "protect and
Scientists warn over plans to ban growing GM crops
heraldscotland / Posted 13 days ago
Mr Lochhead said at the time that a ban on growing GM crops would "protect and further enhance" Scotland's "clean, green status". But letter sent to him yesterday said banning their use in Scotland could mean the country would be "prevented from... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
New study reveals how infectious proteins spread from gut to the brainDiagnosis of deadly brain conditions could be helped by new research that shows
New study reveals how infectious proteins spread from gut to the brain
News-Medical-Net / Posted 26 days ago
Diagnosis of deadly brain conditions could be helped by new research that shows how infectious proteins that cause the disease spread. The study reveals how the proteins - called prions - spread from the gut to the brain after a person or animal has... Read more

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