Biotechnology Approaches in Crop Improvement in Thailand: Genetic Engineering and Genome EditingDecember 1, 2021
ISAAA, together with Biotechnology Alliance Association, will be conducting a live webinar titled Biotechnology Approaches in Crop Improvement in Thailand: Genetic Engineering and Genome Editing on December 7, 2021 at 10 AM GMT+7. The registration is now open for interested participants.
The one and a half hour webinar will cover the following topics:
- global adoption and benefits of crop biotech
- genome editing research and development in Thailand
- policy considerations of genome editing in Thailand
Experts from ISAAA, Kasetsart University, Department of Agriculture of Thailand, and National Center for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology will serve as resource speakers. Mr. Wicha Thitiprasert from BAA will be the moderator of the panel discussion.
Participation to the webinar is open to all and free of charge. Register now on Zoom.
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