Articles by Renee Cordes


A key question confronted the European Union last week: Should grown men and women who get their kicks by pretending to shoot one another with toy weapons have the freedom to do so? German authorities, and now the EU's... Read More

The Rooster That Roared

Shortly after 11 a.m. on a recent Thursday, a rooster crowed in the otherwise somber grande salle at the European Court of Justice in Luxembourg. It was not a live bird, of course, but a recording of one -... Read More

Fuel for the Fire

As if things were not bad enough for the biotech industry in Europe, new rules governing the authorization of genetically modified organisms (GMOs) in the European Union that took effect this month will make it even harder for companies to... Read More

Baby Steps

The Cartagena biosafety protocol may not give the Europe's biotechnology and genetically modified crop industries the gargantuan boost they need. But it might not be all bad news either. On Sept. 24, the European Parliament gave the thumbs-up to rules... Read More

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