Rats, fed for two years with transgenetic Maize, look like this.
As usual, the results of the study is subject to criticism, such as the fact that the amount of rats used in the study was limited to 200. The response of the authorities of some Member States of the EU is predictable: yet again a request for an overhaul of the authorisation regime by Austria for example. Russia suspends imports.
What do you think? See the extensive report on the study in the French newspaper Le nouvel Observateur of
Rene von Schomberg is a science and technologies studies specialist and a philosopher. He holds Ph.D's from the University of Twente (NL) (Science and Technology Studies) and J.W.Goethe University in Frankfurt (Philosophy). He has been a European Union Fellow at George Mason University, USA in 2007 and is affiliated with the European Commission
- RT @LeonievanDrooge: Impact policies in the Netherlands: a host of definitions, but fortunately there is a common denominator https://t.co/… 1 week ago
- RT @fosterscience: "Open notebook science as an emerging epistemic culture within the Open Science movement" rfsic.revues.org/3186#tocfrom1n3 3 weeks ago
- RT @jeroenbosman: Verplicht leesvoer voor @deVSNU @SanderDekker @vonschomberg. @ElsevierConnect plannen beperken Open Access Europa https:… 3 weeks ago
- RT @NucleusRRI: This is what we are trying to do with our RRI test-beds in Europe, China and South Africa twitter.com/LSEImpactBlog/… 1 month ago
- RT @LeonievanDrooge: Changing perception of impact: it is an ongoing process, not a product @HumanomicsMap #SSHimpact 1 month ago