Webinar: Bio-entrepreneurship Opportunities in Genome EditingJuly 1, 2020
ISAAA Webinars present Genome Editing 101: Getting Ready for Business, a webinar hosted by ISAAA AfriCenter and moderated by Dr. Margaret Karembu, Director of ISAAA AfriCenter. It will be held on July 3, 2020, at 1200H to 1330H GMT, and is FREE for all. The webinar will explore the opportunities that genome editing can offer in entrepreneurship and boosting bio-economies.
The discussions will cover:
- Turning genome editing research into successful businesses by transitioning research into products by Dr. Nicholas Grantham, Director of Kudu Biotech South Africa;
- Building a private-public sector link for vibrant economies by Dr. Ning Mao, Manager of the Singapore Consortium for Synthetic Biology; and
- Genome editing experience in the industry and regulatory experiences by Prof. Martin Lema, Former Chair of the National Biosafety Commission in Argentina and Adjunct Professor at Quilmes National University.
Register now for FREE. Please submit any questions to email@example.com.
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