archived news articles

2014

BBC News, 09 January 2014
Fish oil extracted from plant seeds

BBC News, 24 January 2014
Genetically-modified purple tomatoes heading for shops

The Guardian UK, 30 January 2014
Genetically modified monkeys created with cut-and-paste DNA

Science 2.0, 03 February 2014
Genetically modified maize does not reduce biodiversity

BBC News, 11 February 2014
EU set to grow more GM maize despite strong opposition

Science 2.0, 25 February 2014
GMO tobacco discovery could lead to safer insecticides

Fox News, 06 March 2014
Gene therapy may control HIV without drugs

Phys. Org, 11 March 2014
Success of new bug-fighting approach may vary from field to field

Garvan Institute, 14 March 2014
A versatile mouse that can teach us about many diseases and drugs

Nature News, 27 March 2014
First synthetic yeast chromosome revealed

Nature News, 03 April 2014
Transgenic trees make easy-chew wood for biofuels

Weill Cornell Medical College, 07 April 2014
Heart diseases in mice with fatal genetic disorder cured with gene therapy

Phys. Org, 14 April 2014
Ferns borrow genes to fluorish in low light

Phys. Org, 29 April 2014
Better genetic markers developed for wheat streak mosiac virus resistance

Forbes, 30 April 2014
Infographic on 4 ways to breed crops by scrambling genes - You'll be surprised which ones are regulated

Phys. Org, 12 May 2014
RNA carried by new nanoparticles can silence genes in many organs, could be deployed to treat cancer

Red Orbit, 20 May 2014
Genetic basis of pest resistance to biotech cotton discovered by scientists

Reuters, 10 Jun 2014
Genetically modified mosquitoes offer hope in malaria fight

The Straits Times, 14 June 2014 Forum Reply
GM food in Singapore safe

ABC News Australia, 15 June 2014
Genetically modified Queensland bananas to join fight against catastrophic results of vitamin A deficiency in Africa

Philippine Information Agency, 20 June 2014
Mindoro farmers confident to earn more on new corn variety

National Public Radio, 08 July 2014
Globe-trotting GMO bananas arrive for their first test in Iowa

Nature News, 16 July 2014
Gene therapy creates biological pacemaker

MIT Technology Review, 21 July 2014
Chinese researchers stop wheat disease with gene editing

BBC News, 13 August 2014
Genetically modified flies 'could save crops'

The Telegraph, 13 August 2014
Genetically 'edited' fruit could soon hit supermarket shelves

ARS Technica, 19 August 2014
"Biochip" loaded wtih DNA lets researchers study gene activity

The Hindu Business Line, 10 September 2014
An RIB solution to make pests non-resistant to Bt gene

National Geographic, 14 September 2014
Can genetic engineering save the Florida Orange?

Popular Mechanics, 17 September 2014
Turbo tobacco borrows bacteria genes for faster photosynthesis

Science 2.0, 30 September 2014
Instant speciation, biodiversity - how gene doubling shapes the world

AsiaOne, 07 October 2014
Agriculture might just save the earth

Science 2.0, 10 October 2014
Genetically Modified Bacteria as Biofertilizers The Independent, 20 October 2014
Human intestine grown in mouse for first time as scientists say there is hope to create 'spare parts' for people

Australian Life Scientist, 28 October 2014
GM crops: new directions

Business Insider Australia, 29 October 2014
Gene modifying salt-loving plants may be the key to sustainable food production

Science 2.0, 29 October 2014
Not all science is created equal: The Story of Genetically Engineered Crops

Science 2.0, 01 November 2014
Biofortification: The New 'Green Revolution' of Genetically Engineered, More Nutritious Crops

Kansas Wheat, 22 December 2014
K-state researchers develop heat-tolerant wheat gene

Harvard Gazette, 24 December 2014
Bacteria 'factories' churn out valuable chemicals

Popular Science, 25 December 2014
Genetically Modified Chestnuts Roasting On An Open Fire





2013

University of Sydney, 10 January 2013
Not only humans wilt in heat - developing heat tolerant cropsk

EFSA Press, 14 January 2013
EFSA promotes public access to data in transparency initiative

The Scientist 21 January 2013
Will GM Insects Help Stop Disease?

St George’s, University of London, 01 February 2013
Genetically modified tobacco plants produce antibodies to treat rabies

New Mexico State University, 04 February 2013
NMSU researchers fight mosquito-borne diseases with manipulation of mosquito gut bacteria

Aarhus University, 04 February 2013
Gene switch-off produces healthier carbohydrates

Scientific American, 07 February 2013
Unhealthy Glow: Fluorescent Tadpoles Expose Chemical Contamination

Straits Times, 10 Feb 2013
GM fish could hit dinner plates soon

University of Wisconsin-Madison, 14 February 2013
Value of modified corn is more in reducing losses than boosting yields

ISAAA, 20 February 2013
Global Biotech/GM Crop Plantings Increase 100-fold from 1996

Straits Times, 24 Feb 2013
Let GM Salmon swim through red tape

Rice University US, 28 February 2012
Modified bacteria turn waste into fat for fuel

EurekAlert, 06 March 2013
Scientists improve transgenic 'Enviropigs'

Reuters, 07 March 2013
China delays GMO corn, rice to woo the public

Science 2.0, 13 March 2013
Genetically Modified Milk Cures Diarrhea, Could Save Millions Of Kids Annually

Phys.Org, 13 March 2013
Making fuel from bacteria: Genetically-modified cyanobacteria could be more efficient than ethanol

AG Professional, 14 March 2013
GMO greenhouse barley well accepted

UCLA NewsRoom, 19 March 2013
UCLA researchers create tomatoes that mimic actions of good cholesterol

Cordis Wire, 19 March 2013
Anti-allergy GM apples

UGA Today, 26 March 2013
UGA discovery may allow scientists to make fuel from CO2 in the atmosphere

American Chemical Society, 27 March 2013
The first caffeine-‘addicted’ bacteria

University of Arizona News, 28 March 2013
Multi-Toxin Biotech Crops Not Silver Bullets, UA Scientists Warn

Vietnam Plus, 31 March 2013
Saline-resistant rice varieties improve profits

Cornell Chronicles, 02 April 2013
Disease-resistant tomatoes fight lethal pests

The Independent, 15 April 2013
'Pig 26': Can this little piggy win over the enemies of GM?

BBC News, 22 April 2013
E. coli bacteria 'can produce diesel biofuel'

European Food Safety Authority, 24 April 2013
Scientific opinion on a request from the European Commission related to the prolongation of prohibition of the placing on the market of genetically modified oilseed rape event GT73 for import, processing and feed uses in Austria

Murdoch University, 30 Apr 2013
Gene silencing set to boost agricultural yields

Nature News, 01 May 2013
GM crops: A story in numbers

Nature News, 01 May 2013
Transgenics: A new breed

Nature News, 01 May 2013
Case studies: A hard look at GM crops

The New York Times, 07 May 2013
A dream of trees aglow at night

Howard Hughes Medical Institute, 29 May 2013
Genetic engineering alters mosquitoes' sense of smell

National Geographic News, 17 June 2013
Electrofuels: Charged microbes may "poop out" a gasoline alternative

Ecouterre, 25 June 2013
Transgenic silkworms spin fluorescent fibres for glow-in-the-dark wedding dress

The New York Times, 13 Jul 2013
Like-minded rivals race to bring back the chestnut tree

The New York Times, 27 Jul 2013
A race to save the orange by altering its DNA

Science Daily, 11 Sep 2013
Mosquito bites deliver potential new malaria vaccine

The Wall Street Journal, 30 Sep 2013
South Korean scientists use E. coli to make gasoline

BBC News, 11 Oct 2013
Genetically modified yeast turns crop wastes into liquid fuel

The Washington Post, 25 Oct 2013
Companies rush to build 'bio-factories' for medicines, flavorings and fuels

International Rice Research Institute, 01 Nov 2013
From rice genetics to better rice, top research showcased

Nature News, 06 Nov 2013
Precision gene editing paves way for transgenic monkeys

Science Daily, 13 Nov 2013
Better batteries through biology? Modified viruses boost battery performance

The New York Times, 15 Nov 2013
In a bean, a boon to biotech

BBC News, 20 Nov 2013
Decision awaited on genetically modified insect trial

The Asahi Shimbun, 22 Nov 2013
The Philippines: Researchers genetically alter rice in hopes of new 'Green Revolution'

Daily Fusion, 22 Nov 2013
Oceanographers genetically engineer fatter marine algae for biofuel production

Nature News, 28 November 2013
Study linking GM maize to rat tumours is retracted

Fresh Plaza, 29 November 2013
Chile: New varieties of transgenic table grapes developed



2012

UW News, 06 January 2012
UW Researchers Engineer Silkworms to Produce Stronger Silk

Science Insider, 20 January 2012
In Dramatic Move, Flu Researchers Announce Moratorium on Some H5N1 Flu Research, Call for Global Summit

Science Daily, 27 January 2012
Engineered Bacteria Effectively Target Tumors, Enabling Tumor Imaging Potential in Mice

ABC News, 30 January 2012
GM barley increases salinity resistance

Grains Research and Development Corporation News, 22 February 2012
Frost nurseries identify tolerant grain varieties

Reuters, 09 March 2012
Scientists warn EPA on Monsanto corn rootworm

CSIRO Australia, 13 March 2012
Good news for wheat farmers battling salinity

The Telegraph UK, 13 March 2012
Genetically modified blood oranges developed by scientists

BBC UK, 29 March 2012
Exploiting the smell of genetically modified fear

Reuters, 02 April 2012
Death knell may sound for Canada's GMO pigs

People’s Daily China, 06 April 2012
Fudan scientists breed long-fiber cotton

National Geographic News, 23 April 2012
Fish Glow Green After Genetic Engineering

CSIRO News, 26 April 2012
Australia's bioeconomy blossoms with supercharged safflower

Science Daily, 27 April 2012
Bioluminescent Technology for Easy Tracking of GMO

Science Now, 02 May 2012
One of Two Hotly Debated H5N1 Papers Finally Published

The Scientist, 04 May 2012
First Drug from GM Plant Approved

Straits Times, 15 May 2012
Better quality oil from fuel crop plant

Fresh Plaza, 15 May 2012
Chilean scientists develop salt tolerant citrus

Associated Free Press, 09 July 2012
Brazil to breed GM mosquitoes to combat dengue.

Johns Hopkins Malaria Research Institute, 16 July 2012
Genetically Engineered Bacteria Prevent Mosquitoes from Transmitting Malaria

Science Daily, 23 July 2012
Aging Heart Cells Rejuvenated by Modified Stem Cells

Science and Development Network, 03 September 2012
First GM camels to be engineered for drug production

Scientific American, 27 July 2012
Drought-Tolerant Corn Efforts Show Positive Early Results

Nature Blog, 10 August 2012
Golden sweet potato shows success

Cordis EU, 10 August 2012
Toxin-free oilseed rape: researchers develop safer animal feed

All About Feed, 15 August 2012
Vietnam likely to plant GM crops in 2015

The Telegraph UK, 31 August 2012
Pollen-free geraniums created by scientists

Reuters, 18 September 2012
Scientists grow drug for rare disease in corn

New Scientist, 19 September 2012
Study linking GM crops and cancer questioned

Science Insider, 21 September 2012
France and European Commission Order Review of Controversial GM Study in Rats 

Nature, 25 September 2012
Rat study sparks GM furore

ETH Zurich, 26 September 2012
New African cassava resists devastating viruses

Duke Today, 01 October 2012
Duke Blue Light Controls Gene Expression

BBC UK, 02 October 2012
GM cows make 'low allergy' milk

Nature News, 02 October 2012
Animals engineered with pinpoint accuracy

EFSA, 04 October 2012
EFSA publishes initial review on GM maize and herbicide study

Science 2.0, 15 October 2012
GM Mice Put To Work As Living, Furry Hidden Landmine Detectors

AAAS, 25 October 2012
AAAS Board of Directors: Legally Mandating GM Food Labels Could “Mislead and Falsely Alarm Consumers”

Los Angeles Times, 01 November 2012
Biotech bacteria might help soothe Crohn's and colitis

American Heart Association, 05 November 2012
Genetically engineered tomatoes decrease plaque build-up in mice

MTB Europe, 26 November 2012
Genetically engineered bacteria can commit suicide for good of population

FSANZ, December 2012
Response to Séralini paper on the long term toxicity of Roundup herbicide and a Roundup-tolerant genetically modified maize

Oregon State University, 13 December 2012
OSU aims to spice up rice with thiamine

2011

2011 Articles Associated Free Press, 08 January 2011
Hong Kong researchers store data in bacteria

Nature News, 11 January 2011
Drought-tolerant maize gets US debut

Associated Free Press, 13 January 2011
Scientists make chickens that don't spread bird flu

MIT Technology Review, 24 January 2011
Scientists Use Light to Make Worms 'Dance'

Associated Free Press, 26 January 2011
Malaysia releases GM mosquitoes in landmark trial

Discovery News, 04 February 2011
Genetically Engineered Plants Detect Bombs, Pollution


University of Minnesota, 08 March 2011
U of M researchers look to salmonella to fight cancer

Lianhe Zaobao, 08 April 2011
科学家分享如何宣传转基因食品

Science Daily, 14 April 2011
Filtering out Pesticides With Genetically Modified Bacteria

Straits Times, 18 April 2011
‘Human' milk from cows?

Reuters, 20 April 2011
Scientists manipulate mosquitoes in malaria fight

University of Wisconsin-Madison News, 09 June 2011
UW-Madison scientists create low-acrylamide potato lines


Food Navigator, 09 June 2011
Codex debate over biotechnology definition goes full circle

PopSci, 13 June 2011
Using Human Cells and Jellyfish Protein, Researchers Build the First Living Laser

The Straits Times 25 June 10
GM food labelling is about choice, not food safety

The Guardian UK, 19 Jul 2011
Anti-HIV drug made by GM plants begins trials in humans


Nature News, 20 July 2011
Transgenic grass skirts regulators


Reuters, 27 July 2011
South Korean scientists create glowing dog: report


NUS News Portal , 12 August 2011
Singapore Researchers Get Significant Boost in Rice Research for Regional Food Security


Nature News , 16 August 2011
Set a bug to kill a bug


Straits Times, 20 Aug 2011
GM Food: Boon or Bane

New Mexico State University, 06 September 2011
NMSU glandless cotton research appears promising


Phys.Org News , 19 September 2011
The benefits of biotech: How GM crops benefit farmers and the developing world


Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council UK, 05 October 2011
Defeating nematode worms with GM bananas


The Research Council of Norway , 07 October 2011
Food crops must withstand harsher weather


A*STAR Research, 12 October 2011
Genetic engineering: Speeding up evolution

Farm Weekly, 22 October 2011
Work progressing on frost-tolerant wheat

ABC News Australia, 27 October 2011
Australian scientist develops GM grape vines

BBC News, 30 October 2011
GM mosquitoes show fever promise

Science Insider, 23 November 2011
Scientists Brace for Media Storm Around Controversial Flu Studies

Science Daily, 30 November 2011
Engineered Botulism Toxins Could Have Broader Role in Medicine


Cordis Wire EU, 06 December 2011
Evaluating the impacts of GM crops in the EU

Rutgers Today, 15 December 2011
In Preventing Vitamin A Deficiency, a Little Friendly Bacteria Might Go a Long Way

UC San Diego News Center, 18 December 2011
Researchers Create Living ‘Neon Signs’ Composed of Millions of Glowing Bacteria

2010

Sydney Morning Herald, 01 Mar 2010
Aussies researching super-grass pastures

National Academies of Science, 13 Apr 2010
Genetically engineered crops benefit many farmers, but the technology needs proper management to remain effective

The Independent, 13 April 2010
GM viruses offer hope of future where energy is unlimited

The International Business Times Australia, 04 May, 2010
Australian scientists grow salt-tolerant durum wheat

The Economist, 20 May 2010
Genesis Redux - A new form of life has been created in a laboratory, and the era of synthetic biology is dawning

Businessweek, 07 June 2010
Paper industry tests genetically altered trees

The Straits Times, 25 June 2010 Forum reply
GM food labelling is about choice, not food safety

Boston Globe, 27 June 2010
Special salmon closer to approval

Scientific American, 15 July 2010
Bite me: New malaria-proof mosquito developed

ABC news, 11 August 2010
Potato genes used to fend off cotton pests

Reuters, 23 August 2010
Scientists create smell detector using frog eggs

Australian Centre for Plant Functional Genomics, 10 September 2010
Media Release - Salt-tolerant rice offers hope for global food supply

Los Angeles Times, 21 September 2010
FDA advisors urge more study of genetically altered salmon

Science Daily, 02 October 2010
Could Genetically Altered Trees, Plants Help Counter Global Warming?

The Straits Times, 03 Oct 2010
The GM salmon inventor

ISAAA, 08 October 2010
Scientists Silence Genes to Produce Hypoallergenic Carrots

ISAAA, 08 October 2010
Transgenic Yellow Cassava to Address Vitamin A Deficiency

Convention of Biological Diversity, 16 October 2010
The Nagoya Kuala Lumpur Supplementary Protocol on Liability and Redress to the Cartagena Protocol on Biosafety

Science Daily, 18 October 2010
Mice That 'Smell' Light Could Help Scientist Better Understand Olfaction

MTI Media, 03 November 2010
MIT chemists engineer plants to produce new drugs

Brookhaven National Laboratory, 08 November 2010
Engineered Plants Make Potential Precursor to Raw Material for Plastics

NBC news, 15 November 2010
Designer bacteria can heal cracks in concrete buildings


Bloomberg Businessweek, 29 November 2010
USDA asked to approve GMO apple that won't brown

Live Science, 29 November 2010
Transplanted Genes Let Plants Light Up

Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, 02 December 2010
The Future of Metabolic Engineering – Designer Molecules, Cells and Microorganisms


Financial Times, 08 December 2010
Biotechnology: Rice at the forefront of research

Associated Free Press, 21 Dec 2010
Japan bio-scientists produce 'singing mouse'

2009

The Straits Times, 25 Dec 2009
Super Rice Under Development

ScienceDaily , 11 Dec 2009
Bacteria Engineered to Turn Carbon Dioxide into Liquid Fuel

PhysOrg.com , 3 Dec 2009
Tadpoles Used to Rapidly Detect Water Pollution

Farmers Guardian, 18 Nov 2009
Scientists unveil GM crops alternative

Bloomberg, 16 Nov 2009
Soybeans May Sub for Fish as Source of Heart-Healthy Fatty Acid

《生活》月刊, Nov 2009
基因改造食品的安全性

USA Today, 20 Oct 2009
Cutting - edge Science Restoring American Chestnut Tree

The New York Times, 21 Sep 2009
With Genetic Gift, 2 Monkeys Are Viewing a More Colorful World

ABC Science, 17 Sep 2009
Gene Tech Helps Dandelions Ooze Rubber

The Straits Times, 12 Sep 2009
Student videos debunk myths about GM foods


Lian He Zao Bao, 8 Sep 2009
虽不产米 我国成稻米科研中心

GMAC Press Release, 5 Sep 2009
"Student Reporters" created video clips aimed at educating Singaporeans on the facts and myths of genetically modified foods

GMAC Press Release, 27 Aug 2009
Media Invitation - Video Screening Session of the GMAC Student Reporters' Challenge 2009


Reuters, 4 Aug 2009
Brazil CTC, BASF to develop drought-tolerant corn


CleanTechnica.com, 5 Jul 2009
Genetically engineered viruses remove trace metals


Science Daily, 5 Jul 2009
Castor-oil plants genetically altered to produce new bio-lubricants

BBC, 27 Apr 2009
Engineered maize's vitamin boost


Reuters, 6 Apr 2009
Biotechnology boom raises security fears

BBC, 2 Apr 2009
Virus battery could 'power cars'

Reuters, 17 March 2009
DuPont tests market for healthier GMO soy oil

Reuters, 1 March 2009
Researchers find safer way to make stem cells


The Sunday Times, 1 February 2009
Super rice

2008

Reuters, 24 Nov 2008
Can GM save the world?

Reuters, 9 Nov 2008
Souped-up immune cells catch even disguised HIV

Reuters, 27 Oct 2008
Scientists develop cancer fighting tomato

Scientific American, 16 Sep 2008
Turning bacteria into plastic factories

Reuters, 10 Jul 2008
China approves big budget for GMO amid food worries

The Business Times, 30 Jun 2008
GM crops may be answer to food crisis

Reuters, 3 Jun 2008
Food crisis may open door to genetically modified rice

Reuters, 20 May 2008
Extinct Australian tiger gene functions in mouse

The Straits Times (Online Forum), 20 May 2008
GM food should remain in the grocery store

The Straits Times (Forum), 15 May 2008
GM crop food yield less than its conventional equivalent

The Straits Times, 12 May 2008
GM crops a viable option for food crisis?

Reuters, 4 May 2008
China experts identify gene for yield, height in rice

The Straits Times, 29 April 2008
Scientists restore eyesight of four

The Straits Times (Forum), 28 April 2008
GM labelling in line with international practice

The Straits Times (Forum), 9 April 2008
Don't be too quick to endorse GM foods

The Straits Times, 6 April 2008
When everything under the sun costs more...

The Straits Times (Forum), 25 March 2008
All food here, including GM food, safe to eat: AVA

The Business Times, 8 March 2008
Guardian of Singapore's food supply

The Straits Times, 25 February 2008
Genetics website launched

GMAC Press Release, 22 February 2008
GMAC launches revamped website and student reporters' challenge

Guardian Unlimited, 22 January 2008
Tests on rats show genetically modified viruses can kill pain

BBC News, 15 January 2008
Scientists unveil 'supercarrot'

2007

The Straits Times, 24 December 2007
New weapon against malaria?

Reuters, 5 December 2007
Cell transplants may help heart attack victims

Guardian Unlimited, 20 November 2007
Genetically altered virus helps Parkinson's sufferers

Reuters, 16 October 2007
Genetically modified plants vacuum up toxins

Reuters, 9 October 2007
"Knockout mice" designers win Nobel Prize

The Business Times, 9 August 2007
Biologics – the next wave

The Straits Times, 17 March 2007
How to create a transgenic animal

The Straits Times, 17 March 2007
Geneticist's glowing fish work featured in best-selling thriller book

BBC News, 6 March 2007
US mulls backing ‘medicine rice’

The Straits Times, 25 January 2007
Few know of GM foods: survey

GMAC Public Statement, 25 January 2007
Survey indicates Singaporeans’ knowledge and attitudes towards genetic modification have improved slightly since 2001.

The Straits Times, 20 January 2007
Biotech crops hit record high

The Straits Times, 16 January 2007
GM chickens new weapon in fight against cancer

GMAC Press Invite, 15 January 2007
Public forum "Commercialization of biotech crops 1996-2006: future prospects"

2006

31 October 2006 Biomed Singapore
GMAC - Singapore's watchdog on genetically modified organisms


The Straits Times, 21 June 2006
GM food facts

The Straits Times, 21 June 2006
Test-tube food still a hot potato

The Straits Times, 5 June 2006
GM labelling regime must be practical

The Straits Times, 25 May 2006
GM foods should be labelled clearly

Business Times, 19 May 2006
New guidelines for research involving genetic modification

The Straits Times, 19 May 2006
New safety guidelines for scientists

Berita Harian, 19 May 2006
Panduan bagu kajian ubahsuai genetik

GMAC Press Release, 18 May 2006
GMAC releases the Singapore Biosafety Guidelines for Research on GMOs

2005

The Straits Times, 24 Jun 2005
Singapore breakthough in blight-resistant rice

The Straits Times, 12 Apr 2005
Biosafety: Life term, $1m fine proposed

The Straits Times, 12 Apr 2005
Biosafety laws to instil research confidence

Business Times, 12 Apr 2005
Stiff penalties for those who flout biomedical safety

The Straits Times, 29 Mar 2005
Scientists produce vitamin A-rich rice

GMAC Press Release, 25 Jan 2005
Public forum on genetically modified foods "We are what we eat" - truths & fallacies of bioengineered foods

2004

GMAC Press Release, 22 Nov 2004
GMAC announces the distribution of educational brochures on GM foods

The Straits Times, 4 Sep 2004
Pansy gene adds colour to blue roses

The Straits Times, 2 Sep 2004
Debate over GMO crops spreads to Asia

The Straits Times, 9 Jul 2004
Glowing 'cop' that detects poisons in a jiffy

The Straits Times Forum Page, 9 Jun 2004
Health and environment the main concern

The Straits Times Forum Page, 9 Jun 2004
GM food here tested for safety

The Straits Times Forum Page, 4 Jun 2004
Don't duck tough questions about GM food

The Straits Times Forum Page, 1 Jun 2004
Labelling GM food not easy

The Straits Times Commentary, 29 May 2004
Frankenfoods - we need to know

The Straits Times Forum Page, 28 May 2004
More to debate than labelling

The Straits Times, 21 May 2004
EU lifts ban on genetically modified food

The Straits Times, 20 May 2004
New AVA lab testing GM food here

The Straits Times, 20 May 2004
Modified papayas protected from virus

GMAC Press Release, 21 April 2004
GMAC introduces newly-appointed members and launches revamped website to kick off its public awareness programme for 2004

The Straits Times, 25 February 2004
GloFish sparks off classroom study in US

The Straits Times, 25 February 2004
S'pore should be angling for more bucks in fish trade

The Straits Times, 20 January 2004
Red light or green light?

2003

The Straits Times, 10 December 2003
NUS glofish to be sold in US ...but not here

The Straits Times, 25 July 2003
400 imported GM fish that glow in dark seized

The Straits Times, 21 July 2003
Little green fish

The Straits Times, 25 June 2003
Of GM food and greed

The Straits Times, 21 June 2003
EU has balanced approach on bio-engineered food

The Straits Times, 9 June 2003
Don't slam the door on bio-engineered food

The Straits Times, 28 May 2003
GM food: consumers have the right to know

2002

GMAC, 30 May 2002
Survey reveals Singaporeans’ knowledge and attitudes towards genetic modification

2001

The Straits Times Forum Page, 3 February 2001
Bio-safety guidelines to be released soon

The Straits Times Forum Page, 27 January 2001
GM food debate: room for scepticism

The Straits Times, 23 January 2001
Vigilance needed on GM foods, but not overkill

The Straits Times Forum Page, 22 January 2001
Why sterilise 'harmless' GM fish?

The Straits Times Forum Page, 19 January 2001
In our desire to have it all, we should not lose all

The Straits Times Forum Page, 19 January 2001
GM fish sterilised to protect ecology

2000

The Straits Times, 25 November 2000
Modified food "not more harmful"

The Straits Times, 23 November 2000
Few people here aware of GM products

The Straits Times Forum Page, 31 May 2000
Genetically modified food sold here is safe

The Straits Times Forum Page, 27 May 2000
Modified food: how safe is 'safe'?

The Straits Times Forum Page, 25 May 2000
Singapore will follow global guidelines on GM labelling

The Straits Times Forum Page, 22 May 2000
Labelling modified food a help to consumers

The Straits Times Forum Page, 19 May 2000
Labelling of genetically modified foods being discussed

The Straits Times Forum Page, 17 May 2000
Modified food should be labelled

GMAC, 13 January 2000
GMAC's position on genetically modified food labelling in Singapore

1999

GMAC, 20 August 1999
Singapore guidelines on the release of agriculture-related genetically modified organisms (GMOs)

GMAC, 11 May 1999
Committee set up to establish biosafety guidelines in Singapore for genetically modified organisms