Welcome to ABIC 2004 September 12-15, 2004
koelnmesse, Congress Centrum West, Cologne, Germany


ABIC2004 is over. Thanks to the great presentations and interesting talks, it was an enriching experience for all participants. The organizers want to thank everybody who has contributed to this success.

Videos of the opening panel discussion and selected plenary talks are available for viewing - a service, contributed by the Cologne based streaming media company meta-fusion. View the videos

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Study on GM Plants

Prof. Hans Walter Heldt of the Commission GREEN BIOTECHNOLOGY of the Union of the German Academies of Science and Humanities has sent us a report, titled 'Are there hazards for the consumer when eating food
from genetically modified plants?
This is recommended reading for everybody interested in this topic
Download Report on GMO Hazards

Download Report on 'GMO Hazards' (PDF 203 kB)



Imprint: ABIC 2004 Conference Office
Kölsumer Weg 33 D-41334 Nettetal

11th Newsletter available

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Has ABIC had any effect on the image of AgBioetchnology?
The conference is over and in our presumably final issue we review the conference and feature an interview with Bernward Garthoff of Bayer CropScience.

The eleventh ABIC newsletter is available as a PDF-file for download (624 kB)Download the newsletter

WebCast of ABIC
The Panel Discussion that opened ABIC 2004 and some plenary talks are available for viewing (courtesy of meta-fusion) more

 Sponsors of ABIC2004

Welcome Message

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