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  • 2011 National Biotechnology Week_Dec 2011012/2011Philippines – National Biotechnology Week

    As part of the continuing effort the Philippines has been making to responsibly develop and use biotechnology, the 2011 National Biotechnology Week was celebrated in Manila as an event open to the public. Dr. Reynaldo Ebora from the National Institute of Molecular Biology and Biotechnology (BIOTECH), and Philippines Coordinator for PBS, presented a paper entitled “Rising […]

  • Lampung University012/2011Indonesia – Agricultural Biotechnology Lectures

    Indonesia is looking to biotechnology to help meet the future challenges of climate change and food security. As part of that commitment, students at universities have been learning more about agricultural biotechnology and its potential. About 250 students, graduate students and biology teachers at senior high schools recently attended information sessions organized by the University […]

  • 012/2011Asynchronous import approvals and the low level presence of traded GM products

    A review of policy options with an application to Vietnam Guillaume P. Gruère. PBS Policy Note.

  • 07/2010From “May Contain” to “Does Contain”?

    The Price and Trade Effects of Introducing Strict Information Requirements Under the Biosafety Protocol Article 18.2(a) in the Case of Maize. Guillaume P. Gruère and Laëtitia Leroy. PBS Policy Note.

  • 09/2009Philippines Factsheet

    Philippines: PBS Supports Biosafety Research and Ongoing Field Trials