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Asian Short Course on Agribiotechnology, Biosafety Regulation and Communication (ASCA)
The potential of agribiotechnology to contribute to sustainable agriculture depends on R&D as well as on the integration of other factors such as effective communication, science-based national regulatory frameworks, and an adequate understanding of international legal instruments. Strong collaboration among scientists, regulators, policy makers, and lawyers is important so that science and regulation can co-evolve and society can benefit from modern biotechnology while risks are minimized.

ISAAA SEAsiaCenter hosts the 4th installment of the Asian Short Course on Biotechnology Regulation and Communication (ASCA). The first was conducted in Malaysia in 2018, the second was conducted in the Philippines in December 2-6, 2019, and the 2020 course was conducted virtually.
The short course is designed to enable participants to better understand the following topics:

The short course is designed to enable participants to better understand the following topics:
• entire value chain related to research, development, commercialization, and trade of living modified organisms (LMOs);
• national and international legal instruments related to LMOs;
• effective communication of agribiotechnology and biosafety regulation;
• communicating agribiotechnology on social media; and
• science diplomacy in international negotiations

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Participants’ Fees: US$150.00 exclusive of fund transfer service charges.
Inclusive: Exclusive access to workshop, print and online training kits (bios, abstracts, PPT presentations, related references, video recording of proceedings, and copies of videos used in the workshop).
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