The national government recognizes the beneficial impact of safe and responsible use of biotechnology and its products as one of the several means to achieve and sustain food security, equitable access to health services, sustainable and safe environment, and industry development.
In observance of Presidential Proclamation No. 1414, s. 2007, the 13th National Biotechnology Week (NBW) is being organized by Departments of Agriculture (DA), Science & Technology (DOST), Health (DOH), Environment & Natural Resources (DENR), Trade & Industry (DTI), Interior & Local Government (DILG), Education (DepEd), and the Commission of Higher Education (CHED), as well as the academe, civil society organizations, and private companies, constitute the National Biotechnology Week Committee with the Department of Agriculture as its Chair for this year’s celebration.
As part of the NBW Committee, SEARCA Biotechnology Information Center carries out built-up activities for the NBW.
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The BIO Asia International Conference brings together the global biotechnology and pharmaceutical industry to explore licensing and research collaborations in the current Asia-Pacific business and policy environments. Gain insights into the changes, challenges, and opportunities key opinion and policy leaders foresee for the Japanese biotech market.
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Conference Series Ltd conferences, “7th Asia Pacific Plant Biology and Plant Science Congress” during August 19-20, 2019 in Tokyo,Japan aims to bring together leading academic scientists, researchers, specialists and research scholars to exchange and share their experiences and research results on all aspects of Plant Biology and Plant Science. It also provides a premier interdisciplinary platform for researchers, practitioners and educators to present and discuss trends, the most recent innovations, and concerns in the field of Plant Biology and Plant Science.
Plant Biology and plant science Conference focus current topics in Plant Biology, Plant tissue culture, Plant Biotechnology, Plant nutrition and Soil Science ,Plant cell biology, Plant Bio-informatics, Plant Genetics and Epi-genetics, Plant Morpholgy, Plant Nanotechnology, Plant Ecology, Plant breeding and Development, Plant pathology, Phenotyping and Photo synthetic diversity, Pest Management, Plant Biology applications, Medicinal and aromatic plant sciences, Horticulture, Assimilation of mineral nutrients will be able to discuss about the latest issues and trends in Novel technologies of plant biology and plant sciences. Plant products are important for Food, medicine, energy, and so many things we can get from plants. This conference brings all such scientists, researchers, scholars, Noble Laureate, students and people together those who are involved in Plant Biology, Forest Science, Soil Science,Agricultural Science, Plant Science gives a great opportunity to discuss about their innovations, exchanging ideas and interaction with each other.
In observance of Presidential Proclamation No. 1414, s. 2007, the National Biotechnology Week (NBW) is being organized by Departments of Agriculture (DA), Science & Technology (DOST), Health (DOH), Environment & Natural Resources (DENR), Trade & Industry (DTI), Interior & Local Government (DILG), Education (DepEd), and the Commission of Higher Education (CHED), as well as the academe, civil society organizations, and private companies, constitute the National Biotechnology Week Committee with the Department of Health as its Chair for this year’s celebration.
With the theme, “Biotek: Makabagong Solusyon sa Kalusugan”, this year’s 15th National Biotechnology Week will be held from 24 to 29 November 2019. The theme highlights the role of biotechnology in universal health care, and recognizes the growing health needs of the Filipino people and the potential of biotechnology to address these needs.
The NBW poster exhibit is on display at the Atrium of the National Kidney & Transplant Institute (NKTI) until November 22. It is a joint endeavor of the DOH (Food & Drug Administration, Research Institute for Tropical Medicine and NKTI), Department of Agriculture, Department of Science & Technology, Department of Education, Department of Environment and Natural Resources, Department of Trade & Industry, Department of Interior & Local Government, and the Commission on Higher Education.