The European Network of Scientists for Social and Environmental Responsibility (ENSSER) brings together independent scientific expertise to develop public-good knowledge for the critical assessment of existing and emerging technologies.

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GMO free Regions Conference 2015

ENSSER organised four workshops at the conference “GMO-FREE EUROPE – Future Opportunities and Challenges” in Berlin from May 6 to 8 2015. This conference was organised by the European GMO-free Regions Network, the NGO network GMO-free Europe and the Danube Soya Association. It drew participants from political circles, economists, scientists and civil society from all over Europe, as well as guests from America, Asia and Africa who discussed the chances of a future agriculture without genetically modified plants and animals.

On the website of the conference all presentations and reports of the workshops are gradually being uploaded now.



“No scientific consensus on GMO safety” statement published in peer-reviewed journal

A statement signed by over 300 scientists and legal experts to the effect that there is “No consensus” on the safety of genetically modified (GM) crops and foods has been published in a peer-reviewed open access journal, Environmental Sciences Europe.  It now belongs to the body of open peer-reviewed scientific literature and stands as a citable publication.

View the Press Release

View the final published statement at Environmental Sciences Europe

View the abstract and the statement published at Environmental Sciences Europe

View the statement in Chinese, Dutch, English, French, German, Portuguese, and Spanish

View the signatories to the statement as of January 20 2015




Re-Publication of Séralini et al. Study on the "Long-term toxicity of a Roundup herbicide and a Roundup-tolerant genetically modified maize"

Press Statement by ENSSER

Press Kit - All Figures

Press Kit - Conflicts of Interests, Confidentiality, and Censorship

Press Kit - Final Chronic of the Séralini et al. Study

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