Сельскохозяйственные биотехнологии
Сельскохозяйственные биотехнологии в сфере сельскохозяйственных культур, лесном хозяйстве, животноводстве, рыбном хозяйстве  и агропромышленном комплексе  
 

Вопросы нацелены на конференции, научно-практические семинары, трейнинги и другие мероприятия, организованные ФАО, другими агентствами / органами ООН и 15 исследовательскими центрами Консультативной группы по международным сельскохозяйственным исследованиям (CGIAR). События включают все секторы по производству продовольствия и ведения сельского хозяйства (семеноводство, лесное хозяйство, рыбное хозяйство / аквакультуру, животноводство, агропромышленность) и широкий спектр биотехнологий (напр., использование молекулярных рынков, искусственного осеменения, триплоидизации, биологических удобрений, микроклонального размножения, геномики, генетической модификации, и т.д.). Новости и события с веб-страницы также рассылаются электронным путем, в форме электронного бюллетня FAO-BiotechNews, который издается на шести различных языках: арабском, английском, французском, испанском, китайском и русском. Для подписки на этот бюллетень необходимо направить электронное письмо по адресу: FAO-Biotech-News@fao.org , с указанием электронного адреса, на который просите отправлять и на каком языке желаете получать бюллетень.

События

22/03/2006-24/03/2006
Regional practical training programme organised by the University of Peradeniya, Sri Lanka on behalf of the International Centre for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology.
Peradeniya. Sri Lanka
profaperera@sltnet.lk
06/03/2006-10/03/2006
Workshop organised by the International Centre for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology in collaboration with the Istituto Agronomico per l`Oltremare. Closing date for applications is 30 November 2005.
Treviso. Italy
courses@icgeb.org
19/02/2006-21/02/2006
Sponsored, among others, by FAO, the United Nations Development Programme and the Secretariat for the Convention to Combat Desertification (UNCCD), the conference provides an opportunity for "updating scientific information on different aspects of date palm production, propagation, protection, and marketing". Topics for the conference include molecular and genetic engineering and post harvest and processing technologies.
Abu Dhabi. United Arab Emirates
zaid@uaeu.ac.ae
28/11/2005-02/12/2005
This biosafety workshop is organised by the International Centre for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology (ICGEB). Nationals of ICGEB Member States selected to participate on an ICGEB grant will have their accommodation and local hospitality, but not travel, funded.
Lima. Peru
antonietta@terra.com.pe
21/11/2005-30/11/2005
A theoretical and practical course organised by EMBRAPA Recursos Genéticos e Biotecnologia on behalf of the International Centre for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology (ICGEB).
Brasília. Brazil
fatimasa@cenargen.embrapa.br
19/11/2005-23/11/2005
Held every five years since 1985 by the International Rice Research Institute (IRRI), the symposium will cover "a wide range of topics from classical genetics to the most advanced research on gene isolation and functional genomics. The symposium will provide an important forum for reviewing the latest advances in rice research and for in-depth discussion and exchange of information on classical genetics and genomics".
Manila. Philippines
rg5@cgiar.org
17/11/2005-17/11/2005
The focus of the seminar is the Application of biotechnology to zoonotic disease diagnosis and it is organised jointly with the 12th International Symposium of the World Association of Veterinary Laboratory Diagnosticians. The World Organisation for Animal Health (OIE) will provide support for participation at the seminar of OIE Experts from OIE Reference Laboratories coming from developing countries.
Montevideo. Uruguay
grohr@congresos-rohr.com
07/11/2005-18/11/2005
A theoretical and practical course organised by the International Centre for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology (ICGEB). Registration is limited to 16 participants and the deadline for applications is 1 September.
New Delhi. India
shubha@icgeb.res.in
24/10/2005-28/10/2005
Organised jointly by the International Plant Protection Convention (IPPC) Secretariat and the Canadian Food Inspection Agency, the workshop "will provide an opportunity to explore methods and procedures for applying the IPPC`s pest risk analysis standards; share experiences on how to use plant health risk analysis (PHRA) as a decision making tool; present tools for completing PHRAs; strengthen international PHRA expertise and communication; build a collaborative international PHRA network". One of the 9 sessions is entitled "risks associated with living modified organisms". Deadline for registration is 1 September. The IPPC is an international treaty relating to plant health whose Secretariat is located in FAO Headquarters, Rome.
Niagara Falls. Canada
ldumouchel@inspection.gc.ca
10/10/2005-12/10/2005
Workshop organised by the International Centre for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology. Deadline 1 June.
Treviso. Italy
courses@icgeb.org
10/10/2005-21/10/2005
Organised by the International Plant Genetic Resources Institute (IPGRI) in collaboration with the CRYMCEPT project (an European Union (EU) funded project on Establishing cryopreservation methods for conserving European plant germplasm collections), the workshops aims 1) to create awareness among decision-makers on the importance of cryopreservation and how it can be useful effectively to conserve plant genetic resources and 2) to train germplasm collection holders on how to develop and optimise cryopreservation techniques and protocols to more effectively conserve germplasm of importance to their regions, countries and institutions. Participants may register for Part 1 (2-days targeted at decision-makers) or the whole workshop. Some participants from EU international co-operation target counties may also attend. Deadline for receiving applications for the workshop or requests for financial support (will be provided to at least 10 applicants) is 31 March 2005.
Montpellier. France
e.dulloo@cgiar.org
03/10/2005-05/10/2005
The objectives of this international conference, co-organised by the World Organisation for Animal Health (OIE), are to "to give a presentation of the new technologies applied to the detection of agents or toxins, the diagnosis of mainly animal but also human diseases and the quality control of human and veterinary vaccines". The World Organisation for Animal Health (OIE) is an inter-governmental organisation with 167 Member Countries.
Saint-Malo. France
genevieve.clement@zoopole.asso.fr
24/09/2005-28/09/2005
The main mission of this conference, organised with technical contributions from FAO, among others, is "to explore the possibilities of science and technology applications to crop improvement and crop management under drought-prone farming by linking progress made at the molecular level to that at the whole plant and crop levels in the field. This conference will provide recommendations on the most effective approaches to achieve better crop productivity under drought conditions as well as the research needed to move forward in this direction".
Rome. Italy
congressi@avenuemedia.it
12/09/2005-22/09/2005
Organised by the International Plant Genetic Resources Institute (IPGRI) in collaboration with the CRYMCEPT project (an European Union (EU) funded project on Establishing cryopreservation methods for conserving European plant germplasm collections), the workshops aims 1) to create awareness among decision-makers on the importance of cryopreservation and how it can be useful effectively to conserve plant genetic resources and 2) to train germplasm collection holders on how to develop and optimise cryopreservation techniques and protocols to more effectively conserve germplasm of importance to their regions, countries and institutions. Participants may register for Part 1 (2-days targeted at decision-makers) or the whole workshop. Some participants from EU international co-operation target counties may also attend. Deadline for receiving applications for the workshop or requests for financial support (will be provided to at least 10 applicants) is 31 March 2005.
Leuven. Belgium
e.dulloo@cgiar.org
05/09/2005-15/09/2005
A theoretical and practical course organised by the Department of Molecular Biology and Biotechnology, Atomic Energy Commission of Syria on behalf of the International Centre for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology. Deadline is 30 May.
Damascus. Syria
atomic@aec.org.sy
23/08/2005-25/08/2005
This conference, convened in partnership with, among others, the Secretariat of the Convention on Biological Diversity and the United Nations Environment Programme World Conservation Monitoring Centre, is run in four parallel and two plenary sessions. One of four themes for the parallel session on "Biodiversity, food and agriculture" is dedicated to "Genetic resource use and food biotechnology".
Galway. Ireland
info@cohab2005.com
11/07/2005-13/07/2005
Organised by FAO and the International Feed Industry Federation, this congress also includes six panel sessions, one of which is dedicated to biotechnology.
São Paulo. Brazil
global_feed_food@sight-momentum.com.br
13/06/2005-25/06/2005
This theoretical and practical course is organised by the Sokoine University of Agriculture on behalf of the International Centre for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology (ICGEB). The syllabus includes livestock, plant and microbial models. Nationals of ICGEB Member States selected to participate on an ICGEB grant will have their accommodation and local hospitality, but not travel, funded. The course is limited to 20 participants and the deadline for applications is 15 April.
Morogoro. Tanzania
gwakisa@yahoo.co.uk
23/03/2005-02/04/2005
A theoretical and practical training course that will survey the algorithms and methods used in sequence and genome data analysis organised, among others, by ICRO-UNESCO and ICGEB. Applications for the 15 placesshould be sent before 31 December. Grants cover accommodation/meals but not travel. Candidates should have a masters degree; be actively involved in a research structure in biology, mathematics, informatics or statistics; have a good knowledge of computer applications and practice of both French and English languages.
Sfax. Tunisia
bioinformatics@cbs.rnrt.tn
05/03/2005-07/03/2005
Organised by the FAO Working Group on Biotechnology, the Fondazione per le Biotecnologie and the ECONOGENE project. The workshop includes three sessions on the status of the world`s agro-biodiversity; the use of biotechnology for conservation of genetic resources; and genetic characterisation of populations and its use in conservation decision-making. There is also a poster session and a session on the final results from ECONOGENE (a European Union funded project on biodiversity and conservation of sheep and goat breeds reared in marginal rural areas).
Turin. Italy
mail@fobiotech.org
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