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Emails reveal role of Monsanto in Seralini study retraction

In September 2012 the journal Food and Chemical Toxicology (FCT) published the research of a team led by the French biologist Professor Gilles-Eric Séralini, which found liver and kidney toxicity and hormonal disturbances in rats fed Monsanto’s GM maize
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    New research shows regulatory “safe” limits for glyphosate may not be safe at all

New research shows regulatory “safe” limits for glyphosate may not be safe at all

The approval process for glyphosate herbicide is disputed because the commercial herbicide formulations as sold and used contain additives or co-formulants, which are more toxic than glyphosate alone. Yet glyphosate alone is tested to calculate the ADI or acceptable
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By |February 29th, 2016|Media coverage|1 Comment
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    New Study: First Commercialized GM Crop Was Toxic to Farm Animals over Long-Term

New Study: First Commercialized GM Crop Was Toxic to Farm Animals over Long-Term

A unique new study led by Professor Gilles-Eric Seralini has shown that the first genetically-modified GM crop commercialized for animal feed, Bt176 from Novartis (now Syngenta), was toxic to cows over the long-term. (more…)

By |January 25th, 2016|Media coverage|1 Comment
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    Seralini’s team wins defamation and forgery court cases on GMO and pesticide research

Seralini’s team wins defamation and forgery court cases on GMO and pesticide research

On 25 November 2015, the High Court of Paris indicted Marc Fellous, former chairman of France’s Biomolecular Engineering Commission, for “forgery” and “the use of forgery”, in a libel trial that he lost to Prof Gilles-Eric Séralini. The Biomolecular
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By |November 27th, 2015|Media coverage|9 Comments

Glyphosate is not the only issue with Roundup

Glyphosate herbicide formulations are far more toxic than glyphosate alone, according to a new scientific review by Prof Gilles-Eric Séralini, published in the Journal of Biological Physics and Chemistry.

The new review, titled “Why glyphosate is not the issue with
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By |November 14th, 2015|Media coverage|0 Comments
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    Federation of German scientists whistleblower award goes to Prof Gilles-Eric Séralini

Federation of German scientists whistleblower award goes to Prof Gilles-Eric Séralini

Professor Gilles-Eric Séralini has been honoured with the 2015 Whistleblower Award by the Federation of German Scientists (VDW) and the German Section of the International Association of Lawyers Against Nuclear Arms (“IALANA”).

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    Contaminated lab feed invalidates commercialization of chemicals and GMOs – New study

Contaminated lab feed invalidates commercialization of chemicals and GMOs – New study

Laboratory rats are frequently used for testing chemicals and genetically modified (GMO) foods, as the last step before commercialization in order to determine effects on mammalian health and predict risk in humans.

Such chemicals include pesticides (which often are endocrine
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    New EU GMO Directive: Strengthening the biotech companies to the detriment of the legal framework, public health and the environment

New EU GMO Directive: Strengthening the biotech companies to the detriment of the legal framework, public health and the environment

The new GMO directive passed by Parliament opens the floodgates of GMO authorizations, without actually strengthening the power of the member states, and also assigns a monopoly of expertise to EFSA which is unacceptable, given the infiltration of lobbyists
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By |January 16th, 2015|Media coverage|3 Comments

Roundup is toxic to the heart – new study

Roundup had toxic effects on the hearts of rabbits and rats in a new study led by Steeve Gress and conducted in the lab of Prof Gilles-Eric Seralini. Doses were equivalent to those that would be expected in acute
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By |December 5th, 2014|Media coverage|1 Comment

Culinary pleasures or hidden poisons?

For decades, science has invited itself onto our dinner plates. This book asks it to sit down to dinner. International industries have systematized the use of chemicals: spreading them on the fields and using them in the breeding, processing,
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By |November 25th, 2014|Media coverage|0 Comments