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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2013Bred for Europe but grown in America: The case of GM sugar beetDILLEN KOEN; DEMONT Matty; TILLIE PASCAL; RODRIGUEZ CEREZO EmilioArticles in Journals
2013Contribution to the economic impact assessment of policy options to regulate animal cloning for food production with an economic simulation modelDILLEN KOEN; FERRARI EMANUELE; TILLIE PASCAL; PHILIPPIDIS GEORGE; HELAINE SophieEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2013How can flexibility be integrated into coexistence regulations? A reviewDEVOS Yann; DILLEN KOEN; DEMONT MattyArticles in Journals
2012"International workshop on socio-economic impacts of genetically modified crops co-organised by JRC-IPTS and FAO"LUSSER MARIA; RANEY Terri; TILLIE PASCAL; DILLEN KOEN; RODRIGUEZ CEREZO EmilioEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2013The Pipeline of GM Crops for Improved Animal Feed: Challenges for Commercial UseTILLIE PASCAL; DILLEN KOEN; RODRIGUEZ CEREZO Emilio; FLACHOWSKY GerhardArticles in books
2012Proceedings of a workshop on "Markets for non-Genetically Modified Identity Preserved crops and derived products" organised by the JRCTILLIE PASCAL; VIGANI MAURO; DILLEN KOEN; RODRIGUEZ CEREZO EmilioEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2013Proceedings of a workshop on "Wheat productivity in the EU: determinants and challenges for food security and for climate change"VIGANI MAURO; DILLEN KOEN; RODRIGUEZ CEREZO EmilioEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
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