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Panel on Biological Hazards

BIOHAZ The Panel on Biological Hazards (BIOHAZ) provides scientific advice on biological hazards in relation to food safety and food-borne diseases. This covers animal diseases transmissible to humans; transmissible spongiform encephalopathies; food micro ...

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Biological hazard applications: overview and procedure

In the field of biological hazards, EFSA evaluates applications in two scientific areas: animal by-product treatments and decontamination substances other than potable water for food of animal origin. Animal by-product treatment Some animal by-products no ...

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Meetings with Member States

Meetings with Member States bring together GMO Panel experts and technical experts from Member States to discuss scientific issues and exchange views on various aspects of GMO risk assessment. Depending on the context, these meetings can be bilateral, inv ...

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Genetically modified organisms networks

Risk assessment of GMOs The objective of this network is to build mutual understanding of the principles underlying the risk assessment of genetically modified organisms (GMOs) and to provide increased transparency in the current process between Member St ...

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Meetings with Stakeholders

Meetings with stakeholders bring together EFSA scientists and stakeholders to discuss scientific issues and exchange views on various aspects of GMO risk assessment. EFSA technical meeting with applicants on the EFSA submission guidance for genetically mo ...

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Panel on Genetically Modified Organisms

GMO The Panel on Genetically Modified Organisms (GMO) provides independent scientific advice on food and feed safety, environmental risk assessment and molecular characterisation/plant science. Its work chiefly concerns genetically-modified plants, micro- ...

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GMO applications: overview and procedure

EFSA evaluates the safety of genetically modified organisms (GMOs) before they can be authorised for use as food or feed and/or for cultivation in the EU. This includes GM plants, GM microorganisms and GM animals. Applications are submitted to the nationa ...

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