The GENetic Engineering Risk Atlas (GENERA) is a long-term project to catalog, examine, and communicate the findings of all peer-reviewed scientific publications that can be used to analyze the relative risks of genetically engineered plants.
This page used to contain a list of over 350 studies, and has been widely cited on the web to demonstrate how much research has been conducted on genetically engineered plants. At the time, the number of independently-funded studies was about 1/3 of this total, which we included in a shorter list here. While this list of independently-funded studies is out-of-date, it will remain up until GENERA is published and viewable on the web.
Below is a current, up-to-date list of citations for every study that is currently going to be included in the GENERA project. As you can see, the number has skyrocketed to about 600 studies! As we add studies to our background database, this list will automatically be updated. If you believe that there are studies missing from this list, please submit them on our submission page.