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10th International Symposium on the Biosafety of GMOs

Early bird registration deadline August 15

ISBGMO is the unique biennial event to showcase environmental biosafety research. It brings together academic researchers, policy makers, regulators, non-governmental organizations (NGOs) and industry scientists from all parts of the globe to foster productive dialogue and multidisciplinary approaches on environmental biosafety. The 10th ISBGMO, which will be held 16/11 -21/11 at Wellington, New Zealand, includes eight plenary sessions, four evening workshops, and poster sessions. The Plenary Sessions cover Biosafety experience and results; Introgression, naturalisation, and invasion ; Abiotic and biotic stress tolerance; GM animals; Impacts on soil ecosystems; Risk
assessment - state of the art; Biocontainment methods; and Post market environmental monitoring. The recently updated programme is posted on the conference website Note that the early bird registration deadline for the 10th International Symposium on the Biosafety of Genetically Modified
Organisms (ISBGMO) is Friday 15 August 2008.

For more information on the symposium; consult http://www.isbgmo.info/

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