MABIC is organizing a seminar on agribiotechnology featuring speakers from Nigeria, Egypt, USA and the Philippines. They will talk about the developments in agribiotechnology in Africa, biosafety regulations and biotechnology communication in the Asia Pacific region. The seminar is jointly organized by Centre for Research in Biotechnology for Agriculture (CEBAR), University of Malaya.
I invite all those interested to attend this seminar which is free of charge.
You may find answers to these questions:
1. Does Africa need GM technology?
2. Who does research on GM technology in Africa – public or private sector?
3. Why is there so much of interest in Africa among philanthropic organizations and multinationals?
4. Can GM crops promise food security to Africa?
5. And many more…
See you there on the 29th Nov 2010, 9am, Rimba Ilmu, UM.