CSIRO's Role in Promoting Genetic Modification Technology
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In November 2005, the CSIRO scrapped a decade-long GM crop project to modify the genes of peas, after finding that when fed to mice, the GM peas caused lung inflamation. 
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- William Birnbauer, CSIRO dumps anti-GM expert, The Age, May 27, 2007.
- Katherine Wilson, CSIRO scientist asks chefs to leave GM foods alone, Crikey.com.au, 8 July 2008.