Lords get hot under the collar over biotechnology regulation

A precautionary approach to the regulation of genetically modified organisms was strongly supported by the European Commission and Greenpeace at one of the last - and most acrimonious - hearings in a House of Lords' inquiry into biotechnology. Both bodies also disputed industry claims that the current EC rules impose an excessive burden and that they are not based on sound science.

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