Below is a list studies that will be included in the GENetic Engineering Risk Atlas (GENERA). The goal of GENERA is to collect and communicate all peer-reviewed scientific publications about the risks of genetically engineered plants.
This page used to contain a list of about 350 studies that were mostly collected by David Tribe, and has been widely cited on the web to demonstrate how much research has been conducted on genetically engineered plants. As you can see, the number has skyrocketed! Independently-funded studies made up about 1/3 of the studies on the risks of genetic engineering.
We are currently working on the GENERA database itself, and we are not updating this list. We are identifying any duplicates in this list and excluding any studies that are not peer-reviewed. We are also conducting a systematic publication search which has turned up even more studies. If you believe that there are studies missing from this list, please submit the study for review.
In September 2013, a review article was published in the peer-reviewed scientific journal, Critical Reviews in Biotechnology. The authors reviewed the research published on genetically engineered crops over the last 10 years: over 1,700 peer-reviewed studies. We are incorporating relevant studies from this review into GENERA. In time, we expect that GENERA will be the most comprehensive resource of its kind. For more studies, see A Decade of EU-funded GMO Research.
GENERA Status (February 2014): The Atlas contains over 1080 studies. The web interface to display the database online is in development.