COGEM provides scientific advice to the government on the risks to human health and the environment of the production and use of GMOs and informs the government of ethical and societal issues linked to genetic modification.
Classification of Organisms: Pathogenicity classification of bacteria. Status: September 2017
Editing Human DNA. Moral and social implications of germline genetic modification
Unauthorised GM garden petunia varieties with orange flowers
Advisory letter on the 'Representativity of non-target organisms'
Trend Analysis Biotechnology 2016
Report 'Amendment of list with containment measures for activities involving the contained use of GM plants'
Monitoring of Laboratory-Acquired Infections
Research report 'The importance of maize and oilseed rape field margins for Lepidoptera'
Advisory letter on ‘The importance of maize and oilseed rape field margins for Lepidoptera’
Additional advice on the renewal of the authorisation for feed, import and processing of genetically modified oilseed rape MS8, RF3 and MS8xRF3
Activities with genetically-modified polioviruses
Event Report “Gene Edited Animals; Applications and Implications”
Update on unauthorised genetically modified garden petunia varieties
Import and processing of insect resistant and herbicide tolerant genetically modified maize MZIR098
Global Motivation or European Character? Four Scenarios for GMOs in European Agriculture