IPBO builds awareness and capacity through knowledge transfer in enabling technologies and promotion of innovative research for low and middle income countries.
As Chair of the Department of Agronomy, head of the Department of Genetics and Biotechnology at the Biotechnical faculty, University of Ljubljana, Borut Bohanec possesses a broad overview of classical and modern techniques of plant breeding. For many years he has been following advances in the field of genetically modified organisms and wishes for better understanding of the issue among the general public.
Postgraduate Certificate in Biosafety in Plant Biotechnology by Distance Learning
This international e-course in “Biosafety in Plant Biotechnology” is aimed at training scientists and law specialists in biosafety expertise and evaluation. The course offers a solid basis to set up and implement regulatory biosafety frameworks related to plant biotechnology, and to assist in the legislation and interpretation of biosafety risk assessment, risk management and communication to policymakers or the public.
Registration for the academic year will open May 2014.
31st of August 2014.
Cassava Cyanide Diseases & Neurolathyrism Network
A new Issue has arrived:
CCDN News 22. December 2013
Working together to eliminate cyanide poisoning, konzo, tropical ataxic neuropathy (TAN) and neurolathyrism.
NEW! Master in Plant Breeding
In response to strong demand from private and public institutions involved in plant breeding and in the food sector, a new “Master in Plant Breeding” has been jointly established by the Polytechnic Institute of LaSalle Beauvais, France and Ghent University, Belgium.
The ‘Master in Plant Breeding’ is a 2-year international Master program intended to form expert plant breeders with strong cross-curricular competence in biotechnology, including molecular and bioinformatics tools and their applications in plant breeding. The Master program will begin in September 2014.