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 Mike Gale
 UK
Biotechnologist who was a fellow of the Royal Society and former acting director of John Innes Centre. Served on the UK's Advisory Committee on Genetic Modification.
Profiles: GMWatch SpinProfile
Linked to: John Innes Centre, Royal Society

 Mike Gasson
 UK
Head of food safety science at the Institute of Food Research, a BBSRC-funded institute situated, like the John Innes Centre, in the Research Park in Norwich.
Profiles: GMWatch SpinProfile
Linked to: Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council

 Gatsby Charitable Foundation
 UK
Grant-making trust with strong links to the biotech industry, set up by the former UK science minister Lord David Sainsbury.
Profiles: GMWatch SpinProfile
Linked to: John Innes Centre, David Sainsbury

 GenePool
 New Zealand
Former PR outfit that claimed to be an independent educational trust while being funded by Monsanto, among others.
Profiles: GMWatch SpinProfile
Linked to: Communications Trumps, Life Sciences Network, Norrey Simmons

 Genetic Interest Group
 UK
Alliance of organisations with a membership of over 120 charities which supports people affected by genetic disorders. Lobbied heavily (and successfully) for patents on life. Funded by GlaxoSmithKline, among others.
Profiles: GMWatch SpinProfile
Linked to: John Gillott, LM group

 Genius
 Germany
Company behind the websites GMO Compass and GMO Safety. Numbers among its clients: the American Soybean Association, BASF, Bayer, EuropaBio and Syngenta.
Articles: Complaint about Online Poll, Commission Funding Biotech PR Effort
Links to: GMO Compass

 Leonard Gianessi
 USA
Program director and senior research associate at the National Center for Food and Agricultural Policy, a pro-GM industry group.
Profiles: GMWatch SpinProfile
Linked to: National Center for Food and Agricultural Policy

 L. Val Giddings
 USA
Former vice president of the Biotechnology Industry Organisation, which represents the big GM firms. Lobbies for GM crops.
Profiles: GMWatch SpinProfile
Links to: Biotechnology Industry Organisation

 James Glassman
 USA
Journalist who hosts a pro-free market corporate-funded website, originally called Tech Central Station (since renamed TCS Daily). Fellow of the American Enterprise Institute.
Profiles: GMWatch SpinProfile
Links to: American Enterprise Institute, Tech Central Station

 GMO Compass
 European Union
Website established with EU-funding, claiming neutrality on GM, but avidly pro-GM. Run by a German company (Genius) which numbers amongst its clients: the American Soybean Association, BASF, Bayer, EuropaBio and Syngenta.
Articles: Complaint about Online Poll, Commission Funding Biotech PR Effort
Links to: Klaus Ammann,  European Federation of Biotechnology

 Golden Genomics
 South Africa
Biotech consultancy launched by Muffy Koch, one of the key pro-GM lobbyists operating out of South Africa. Koch has also been involved in government regulation of GM crops in South Africa. Profiles: GMWatch SpinProfile
Links to: Muffy Koch, SAGENE, Jennifer Thomson

 Golden Rice Network
 Philippines
Project of the International Rice Research Institute to develop and promote GM Golden Rice for the developing world.
Profiles: GMWatch SpinProfile
Linked to: Gerard Barry, Consultative Group on International Agricultural Research, International Rice Research Institute, Ingo Potrykus

 Alan Gottlieb
 USA
Founder of the Center for the Defense of Free Enterprise, which has been at the heart of the backlash against the green movement.
Profiles: GMWatch SpinProfile
Linked to: Center for the Defense of Free Enterprise, Wise Use Movement

 Susan Greenfield
 UK
Director of the Royal Institution. Has been at the centre of efforts to control how controversial scientific issues, like GM and cloning, are presented to the public.
Profiles: GMWatch SpinProfile
Linked to: Royal Institution, Science Media Centre, Social Issues Research Centre, LM group

 Growers for Biotechnology
 USA
Industry front group.
Article: GM seed bill sidelined following private dinner with Monsanto
Article: Grooming wheat growers for Monsanto
Linked to: Al Skogen