Food Futures: Commercialization of Gene Edited Crops in Asia and AustraliaNovember 10, 2021
ISAAA, together with Murdoch University and ISAAA Biotechnology Information Centers, invites you to the webinar Food Futures: Commercialization of Gene-edited Crops in Asia and Australia which will be held on November 18, 2021 at 2 PM - 4 PM GMT+8 via Zoom.
Recent developments in the regulatory status of gene-edited crops across the world are opening up significant commercial opportunities for agribusiness. The sustainability of food value chains depends on a robust science-policy-society interface. This webinar will bring together important scientific and regulatory updates in Asia and Australia that relate to the future of gene-edited plant products. Featuring experts from key biotech clusters in Asia and Australia, this workshop will provide significant science/regulatory advice for relevant stakeholders both from academia and industry to enable trade in produce developed using gene editing technology.
The webinar is free of charge and open to all. Register now at bit.ly/FoodFuturesAu.
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