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Newly published Opinion on definition of SynBio lays foundation for future workNewly published Opinion on definition of SynBio lays foundation for future work

Synthetic Biology's application is full of exciting possibilities, from adapting crops to thrive in barren lands  to growing new organs to save the lives of transplant recipients. And yet all unexplored scientific territories pose potential risks, which is why the Scientific Committees, after this opinion on SynBio definition, are preparing two more opinions on the methodology to determine what, if any, risks SynBio may potentially pose to public health and what type of further research in this field is required.

Commission consults the public on criteria to identify Endocrine DisruptorsCommission consults the public on criteria to identify Endocrine Disruptors

The European Commission has launched an on-line consultation to help define criteria for endocrine disruptors as required by the regulations on biocidal and plant protection products. Endocrine disruptors are chemicals that interfere with hormone systems, which may lead to harmful effects on health and the environment. Input is sought from stakeholders and the public on various options for the criteria and for their implementation.

All citizens and organisations are invited to contribute to the consultation which will be open until 16 January 2015. Replies to the public consultation will, subject to confidentiality rules, be published following the closure of the consultation.

“My healthy family”: Project to promote the consumption of fruit and vegetables launches in 4 EU regions (23.09.2013)“My healthy family”: Project to promote the consumption of fruit and vegetables launches in 4 EU regions (23.09.2013)

This EU-financed pilot project is officially being launched in two regions each in Poland and Hungary. It aims to encourage children, older people and pregnant women to eat more fruit and vegetables.

“We Love Eating”: Project to promote healthy lifestyles launches in 7 EU cities “We Love Eating”: Project to promote healthy lifestyles launches in 7 EU cities

An EU-financed pilot project, “We Love Eating” is officially being launched in seven cities across the EU. This European initiative, takes a fun and upbeat approach to healthy eating. Although aimed at the general public, the project is targeted to three main groups: children, pregnant women and older people.

Animal Health: Commission further reviews control measures to combat African Swine FeverAnimal Health: Commission further reviews control measures to combat African Swine Fever

An update of EU control measures to combat the spread of African Swine Fever (ASF) was endorsed by Member State experts on 12 September 2014. These regionalised restrictions, affecting, to differing degrees, Lithuania, Latvia, Poland and Estonia, identify four levels of risks to animal health, redefine the restricted zones and differentiate between these restricted zones in accordance to the level of risk.

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