08 May 2003
Genetically modified plants and the environment
Genetically modified plants for food use and human health
The regulatory process and human health
The regulatory process and environmental issues
This is one of the Royal Society's responses to the Government's GM Science Review. We have also responded on the following issues:
In May 2002, the Government announced that it was sponsoring a national debate on the genetic modification of plants ahead of a decision about the commercialisation of GM crops being evaluated in farm trials. The debate has three strands: a public debate, a review of the scientific issues and a study by the Strategy Unit into the overall costs and benefits of GM crops.