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The items focus on conferences, workshops, training courses and other events organised by FAO, other UN agencies/bodies and the 15 CGIAR research centres. The events cover all food and agricultural sectors (crops, forestry, fisheries/aquaculture, livestock, agro-industry) and a wide range of biotechnologies (e.g. use of molecular markers, artificial insemination, triploidisation, biofertilisers, micropropagation, genomics, genetic modification etc.). The news and event items on this website are also disseminated through an e-mail newsletter called FAO-BiotechNews that is published in six different versions, one per language i.e. Arabic, Chinese, English, French, Russian and Spanish. To subscribe, send a message to FAO-Biotech-News@fao.org indicating which e-mail addresses are to be subscribed and in which language they wish to receive the newsletter.

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22/08/2002-03/09/2002
The objectives of this training course, organised by the International Center for Living Aquatic Resources (ICLARM), include providing participants with a background to the use of genetic markers as a tool for fisheries resource management and to present the pros and cons of the different genetic techniques that may be used for the assessment of genetic variability.
Penang. Malaysia
m.ablan@cgiar.org
23/07/2002-26/07/2002
Every four years, FAO convenes a Session of the International Rice Commission to provide a forum for senior policy makers and senior rice specialists from FAO Member Countries to address issues and constraints, as well as review and orient their national rice research and development programmes. FAO hosts the Secretariat of the Commission. The meeting, whose main theme is "rice for food security", devotes one of its six sessions to "progress in rice genetic improvement for food security", where some papers on rice biotechnology will be presented. Individuals interested in the promotion of sustainable rice production for food security may attend the meeting as observers.
Bangkok. Thailand
dat.tran@fao.org
03/07/2002-05/07/2002
This symposium on biodiversity, biotechnology and biosecurity in Central America and the Caribbean is organised by FAO`s Technical Co-operation Network on Plant Biotechnology (REDBIO) and hosted by the Tropical Agriculture Research and Training Center (CATIE).
Turrialba. Costa Rica Latin America and the Caribbean
juan.izquierdo@fao.org
24/06/2002-27/06/2002
This expert workshop is organised by FAO in co-operation with the University of Tor Vergata and,among other things, it aims to analyse the effects of intellectual property rights (IPRs) on public biotechnology research & development within the food and agricultural sector of developing countries and the policy issues that these raise. Proceedings will be made available in due course. A small number of observers may be permitted to attend.
Rome. Italy
santaniello@economia.uniroma2.it
16/03/2002-20/03/2002
Meeting co-sponsored by the Government of Egypt, FAO, UNESCO, World Bank, OECD and other organisations.
The Bibliotheca Alexandrina Conference Center, Alexandria. Egypt
egyptbiotech@bibalex.org
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