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3rd International Symposium on Genomics of Plant Genetic Resources
Monday, 2013/04/22 | 13:26:23

The 3rd International Symposium on Genomics of Plant Genetic Resources (GPGR 3) will be held on 16-19 April 2013 at the International Convention Center, Jeju, South Korea. The theme of GPGR3 is "a gateway to the new era of global food security". Participants will discuss various issues related to plant genetic resources,  new sequencing technologies, conservation and crop productivity.


Activities will include a GeneBank Workshop,  11 sessions, and GPGR3 Board meeting. One of  the sessions will be on Breeding, Quality Control and Safety co-organized by the National Center for GM Crops (NCGC) of the Next-Generation BioGreen 21 Program in RDA, South Korea. Topics include stacked events and safety assessment, conventional breeding and safety, safety of stack, and technologies for biotech trait stacking.


 For more information on this event, visit the symposium's official website at http://www.gpgr3.org/ or contact Dr. Soo-Chul Park, director of the Korea Biotechnology Information Center (KBIC), at usdapark@korea.kr.



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