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Animal Biotechnology Opportunities and Regulations in the Philippines
Thursday, 2022/09/22 | 08:24:07

ISAAA Inc., in partnership with Winrock International through the Building Safe Agricultural Food Enterprises (B-SAFE) Project, will hold the webinar on Animal Biotechnology Opportunities and Regulations in the Philippines on September 29, 2022, at 10:00 AM (GMT+8). The registration is now open.

The discussions will include:

  • - Global status and opportunities of animal biotechnology for food and agriculture
  • - Opportunities and regulation of animal biotechnology in the Philippines

 

The online event is the third part of a webinar series and will provide an overview of the status and opportunities of animal biotechnology for food and agriculture globally. It will also discuss the research and development opportunities, and regulations of animal biotechnology in the Philippines.  The webinar will feature Dr. Carl Ramage, Managing Director of Rautaki Solutions Ltd. based in Melbourne, Australia, and Dr. Claro Mingala, Director of the Biotech Program Office and Director of the Philippine Agriculture and Fisheries Biotechnology Program of the Department of Agriculture. ISAAA Inc. Executive Director Dr. Rhodora Romero-Aldemita will moderate the discussions.

 

Register for free to join the event. For inquiries, email zbugnosen@isaaa.org.

 

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