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The results of the feeding studies will be subjected to a peer review process by a high-ranking scientific journal as a quality assurance step. At that step interpretations and conclusions will be limited to the feeding studies. A draft version of the manuscript will also be part of to the stakeholder documents in the stakeholder workshop at the final stage of the project. Another set of journal manuscripts will focus on the general conclusions for GMO risk assessment.

 

All papers will be put open access and accompanied by a discussion forum in the journal for commenting on these papers. This strategy allows the scientific discussion to continue beyond the lifetime of the Project. Archives of Toxicology, a high-ranking scientific journal, has agreed to go along with this publication strategy. This journal already published a letter describing the three major long term feeding studies with GM plants in the EU: GRACE, GMO90+ and G-TwYST.

 

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Tomorrow‘s food: How GMOs change global farming

30 July 2018

Austrian documentary makers from the media and research platform addendum.org published a version of their documentary "Tomorrow‘s food: How GMOs change global farming" with english subtitles (put subtitles 'on') on their Youtube channel. They included the G-TwYST findings that were presented at the final Conference in Bratislava on April 16, 2018 (between 28:15 and 31:20 in the documentary).

 

G-TwYST Conclusions & Recommendations

29 April 2018

 

At a Conference held in Bratislava, Slovakia, on 16 April 2018, G-TwYST presented draft conclusions and recommendations regarding guidance on the design, conduct, interpretation, and analysis of animal feeding studies and their value for GMO risk assessment. A final version of G-TwYST Conclusions and Recommendations can be downloaded here.