GMOSeralini is a one-stop resource for information about the research of Gilles-Eric Séralini and colleagues on genetically modified foods and Roundup. http://gmoseralini.org/
The GMOSeralini website is owned and maintained by a group of concerned citizens and scientists.
The purpose of the site is to provide citizens, the media, and scientists with a one-stop resource for information about the research of Professor Gilles-Eric Séralini and colleagues on genetically modified foods and their associated pesticides.
Séralini is professor of molecular biology at the University of Caen, France, and president of the scientific board of CRIIGEN (Committee of Independent Research and Information on Genetic Engineering).
The research conducted by Séralini’s team has serious implications for public health and the environment and should be addressed rationally and on scientific grounds. We aim to address and correct many of the misleading statements that have been made about the research of Séralini’s team.
We do not claim that this website is the final word – or even our final word – on Séralini’s research. As the discussion evolves, we shall update it. We welcome respectful comments from people of all viewpoints.
Jan 11, 2013 TOXICITY CONFIRMED FOR GMO AND ROUNDUP - SERALINI PRES CONFERENCE http://www.gmwatch.org/latest-listing/52-2013/14580-toxicity-confirmed-for-gmo-and-roundup-seralini-press-conference
AN OPEN LETTER BY LEADING SCIENTISTS: SERALINI'S GMO RAT STUDY AND SCIENCE http://www.scoop.it/t/agriculture-gmos-pesticides/p/2858859848/an-open-letter-by-leading-scientists-seralini-s-gmo-rat-study-and-science
-▶ SERALINI GMO PEER REVIEWED SCIENTIFIC EVIDENCE IS CRUSHED BY INDUSTRY
Journal retraction of Séralini study is illicit, unscientific, and unethical.
Hayes’ decision to retract the paper follows FCT’s appointment of Richard E. Goodman, a former Monsanto scientist and an affiliate of the GMO industry-funded group, the International Life Sciences Institute, to the specially created post of associate editor for biotechnology at the journal, early this year.
Goodman’s appointment in turn followed an orchestrated campaign by GMO supporters to persuade FCT to retract the study. Some critics even accused Prof Séralini of fraud, without presenting any evidence. Many of the critics had undeclared conflicts of interest with the GMO industry.