Informing the general public
The Golden Rice Project
Value added rice. Except for the colour—which we hope will become increasingly attractive to many people over time—the only difference between common rice and Golden Rice is that the latter produces and accumulates provitamin A (β-carotene) in the grain.
There is plenty of information spread over the Golden Rice web site. On this page you will find some compiled, downloadable, and relevant documents.
- One-pager on Golden Rice
- Kurze Zusammenfassung über Golden Rice
- Dr Adrian Dubock, Golden Rice Project Manager, interviewed by the Brazilian Council of Biotechnology Information (CIB)
- Qaim M und AJ Stein (2009) Biologische Anreicherung: Wirksamkeit und Wirtschaftlichkeit.
Ernährungs Umschau 56: 274-280.
- Al-Babili S, Beyer P (2005) Golden Rice Five years on the road five years to go? Trends in Plant Science 10:565-573.
- Schaub P, Al-Babili S, Beyer P (2005) Why is Golden Rice golden (yellow) and not red. Plant
- Proceedings of the Bertebos Conference 2008 with the theme "Golden Rice and other Biofortified food Crops for Developing Countries potential and challenges", held in Falkenberg, Sweden, on 8-9 September 2008.
- Presentation by Prof Ingo Potrykus at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, March 2005 «Golden Rice, vitamin A and blindness Public responsibility and failure»
- Presentation by Prof Ingo Potrykus at BioVision, Lyon, April 2005 «Is GMO regulation costing lives »
- Presentation by Dr Adrian Dubock at the ICABR Conference in Ravello, Italy, July 2005. «Golden Rice the Partitioning of Influence» and the corresponding slides to the presentation.
- World Bank paper by Anderson K, Jackson LA, Pohl Nielsen C «Genetically Modified Rice Adoption: Implications for Welfare and Poverty Alleviation». World Bank Policy Research Working Paper 3380, August 2004.
- Article by Mayer JE, Beyer P, Potrykus I. 2005. «The Golden Rice Project» , describing some of the history, progress and difficulties of the project to date.
- Compilation: Literature on Golden Rice and provitamin A, by Klaus Ammann.