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Date: October 31(Wednesday) and November 1 (Thursday), 2007
Venue: Biosystem Studies Building Room #504,
Collaborated by Institute of Advanced Studies, United Nations University
By International Agri-Biotechnology Association of Japan (NGO/NPO)
University of Tsukuba would like to organize an informal regional information sharing on the present status of the biosafety education in Asia.
The major objectives are: 1) Update the current status of the network in-country or own institutional activities on the
2) Demonstration of hand-on research based biosafety education at graduate level at University
3) Discussion on model program on hand-on based biosafety education suitable for the region; and
4) Specific collaborative needs in neighboring countries.
The outcome will be a short recommendation and further plan for collaboration on the biosafety
education and training for Asian partners. The outcome also will be introduced at the Cartagena
Protocol on Biosafety as an informal document.
Workshop schedule : October 31 (Wed.) : Workshop 9 am-12 pm and 1:00pm to 5pm
November 1 (Thu.) : Workshop 9 am - 12 pm and 1:00pm to 5pm
November 2 (Fri.): Excursion within Tsukuba science city to visit affiliated organizations such as
NIAES and NIAS. And individual discussion on bilateral collaborations
Key Participants: Rofina Yasmin Othman, Prof. Dr.,
Center for Research in Biotechnology and Agriculture, Faculty of Science, University of
Institute of Biological Sciences, Faculty of Science, University of Malaya, Malaysia
Myanmar Academy of Agricultural, Forestry, Livestock and Fishery Sciences (MAAFLFS),
Myanmar Agriculture Service, Ministry of Agriculture and Irrigation, Myanmar
University of The Philippines Los Banos, Institute of Plant Breeding, UPLB College, Philippines
Department of Plant Protection, Faculty of Agriculture, Bogor Agriculture University, Indonesia
President, Biosafety Society of Iran, and Head, New Technologies Division, Center for Strategic
Institute of Tropical Biology, Vietnamese Academy of Science and Technology, Vietnam
College of Life and Environmental Science, Central University for Natioanalities, Peoples
Vice President-Research Asian Institute of Technology, Thailand
Institute of Advanced Studies, United Nations University, Yokohama, Japan
UNEP and Institute of Advanced Studies, United Nations University, Yokohama, Japan
Plant Genetic Diversity, Environmental Biosafety and Bioethics Division of Bioindustrial
Sciences, Gene Research Center, University of Tsukuba, Japan
October 31 (Wednesday), 2007 9 to 9:15 am Coordination of travels and logistics 9:15 to 10:00 am I. Introduction of the meeting: University representatives II. Introduction of Activities at University of Tsukuba and Japan 10:00 to 10:30 am Tea/Coffee break 10:30 a -12:00 p III. Introduction of the biosafety capacity building survey by UNU-IAS IV. Introduction of individual activities within instituions and linkage among institutions at each country (half an tour for each country) i) China ii) Indonesia 12:00 – 1:00 p Lunch 1:30 p to 3pm Cont. IV. Introduction of linkage among institutions and individual activities within instituions at each country (half an hour for each country) iii) Vietnam iv) Philippines v) Myanmar 3p to 3:30 p Tea / Coffee break 3:30 to 5 pm Cont. IV. Introduction of individual activities within instituions and linkage among institutions at each country (half an tour for each country) vi) Malaysia vii) Iran
November 1 (Thursday), 2007 9- 10 am viii) Thailand and India 10-10:30a Tea / Coffee Break 10:30 a – 12:00 p V. Demonstration of hand-on research based biosafety education at graduate level at University of Tsukuba 12 – 1pm Lunch 1 – 3pm VI. Discussion on model program on hand-on based biosafety education suitable for the region 3 – 3:30 p Tea / Coffee Break
VII. Specific collaborative needs in neighboring countries. 5 p Closing November 2 (Friday), 2007 Individual discussions or Excursion to Biosafety research conducting organizations within Tsukuba November 3 (Saturday), 2007 departure to home.
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