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Text of Submission to the Scottish Parliament Re:Farm-scale Trials of Genetically Modified (GM) Oilseed Rape at Munlochy, Scotland; 3 March 2003

Open Knowledge - A proposed adaptation of Open Science, focusing on guidelines for knowledge claims

(This is a slightly edited reprint of an article published by Alan Cottey in SGR Newsletter, No 26, February 2003, pp 17-18)

SGR statement submitted as evidence to the House of Commons' Select Committee on Defence; 8 January 2003

ISIS-SGR-INES-TWN Discussion Paper

Mae-Wan Ho, Eva Novotny, Philip Webber and E E Daniels

Prepared for conference in November 2002, and subsequently modified

SGR Submission to the Scottish Parliamentary Health and Community Care Committee, November 2002

Response to 'Energy Policy: Key Issues for Consultation', September 2002

Article by Eva Novotny from SGR Newsletter 25, July 2002

Summary by Philip Webber, SGR, June 2002

Chardon Report I, May 2002. Chardon LL is intended to be fed, as a whole plant, to cattle. No experiments on the suitability of such a diet have been made. Approval of the application of Aventis for commercial growing of this maize in the United Kingdom was granted on the basis of two animal-feeding experiments, one on the feeding of maize kernels to chickens and the other on the feeding of the isolated GM protein to rats.