release and marketing of Transgenic Plants and GM Foods/Feeds - Useful links
Joint Research Center. European Commission. GMO releases notified under Directive 2001/18/EC (repealing Directive 90/220/EEC).
European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) - GMO Panel
Scientific Committee on Plants (European Commission - DG "Health & Consumer Protection)
GMO-Compass - A guide to the world of genetically modified food: GMO-Compass is an independent online information source designed to give consumers facts on the potential risks and benefits associated with growing genetically modified crops. Funded by the European Commission, the site aims to promote informed debate on GMOs. At GMO-Compass, users can access the GMO database, which contains every GMO approval application submitted in the European Union. All available documentation on each GMO awaiting or granted approval is made available, including descriptions of ongoing or completed safety research. Users can also find information about where GMOs are planted, what benefits they can offer, what risks could be involved, how they are regulated, and what is being doing to enable their coexistence with conventional crops.
BINAS DTree: Decision Support System for Safety Assessment of Genetically Modified Crop Plants
ISAAA: International Service for the Acquisition of Agri-biotech Applications
AGBios GM Database: Information on GM approved products
Essential Biosafety: Scientific and regulatory information for GM crops (includes a Crop Database)
Ag BioTech InfoNet: Genetic Engineering Applications - Impacts and Implications
Transgenic Crops - An introduction and resource guide: information and links to other resources on the technology and issues surrounding transgenic crops