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  • AgBioWorld
    AgBioWorld is devoted to bringing information about technological advances in agriculture to the developing world. Our members include scientists, physicians, professors and others who believe that recent developments in plant science, such as biotechnology, can and should be used to increase crop yields, grow more nutritious plants and reduce dependence on chemicals in order to alleviate hunger and to help preserve the environment. Many of them communicate on a daily basis through the AgBioView E-mail Newsletter.
  • Biotechnology Iowa State University
    Resources for education, bioethics, technology transfer, and research
  • Council for Biotechnology Information
  • CropBiotech.Net
    Do you want the latest information on the status, products, issues, and news on crop biotechnology? If so, then this site is for you!
  • FAO Glossary of Biotechnology for Food and Agriculture
    This Glossary of Biotechnology for Food and Agriculture is a revised, augmented version of the “Glossary of Biotechnology and Genetic Engineering” published by FAO in 1999.
  • Food Safety Project
    The goal of the Food Safety Project is to develop educational materials that give the public the tools they need to minimize their risk of foodborne illness.
  • Genetically Engineered Organisms Public Issues Education Project (GEO-PIE)
  • Genetics Education Center
    For educators interested in human genetics and the human genome project.
  • Glossary of Biotechnology Terms
    Online version of the Glossary of Biotechnology Terms.
  • ICGEB Biosafety-Scientific News
    The ICGEB database on biosafety studies is monthly updated, generally during the third week of the month. This page lists the most recently added references.
  • National Centre for Biotechnology Education
    The NCBE’s Web site (started in January 1995) is recognised as a valuable source of information. It attracts 45,000 connections per week.
  • New Scientist
    News, jobs and more from the leading weekly science magazine.
  • Pew Initiative on Food and Biotechnology
    The Pew Initiative on Food and Biotechnology has been established to be an independent and objective source of credible information on agricultural biotechnology for the public, media and policymakers. Funded through a grant from The Pew Charitable Trusts to the University of Richmond, the Initiative advocates neither for, nor against, agricultural biotechnology. Instead, the Initiative is committed to providing information and encouraging debate and dialogue so that consumers and policymakers can make their own informed decisions.
  • Phytoremediation by the Missouri Botanical Garden
    Biological remediation of environmental problems using plants.
  • Regulatory Developments in Biotechnology in OECD Member countries
    Most OECD Member countries have a system of regulatory oversight in place to cover products of modern biotechnology intended for release to the environment. This page indicates (or will indicate) the responsible Ministry/Agency for each Member country, as well as indicating the relevant laws, regulations and/or rules, and Contact points. Information is provided on commercialised applications e.g. commercial field planting, product approvals etc.
  • SciDevNet Glossary
    A directory of terms used in the field of genetically modified crops.
  • Tomorrow’s Bounty
    This web site is provided as a resource for producer-members of U.S. agricultural commodity organizations. Other visitors also are welcome to browse this site to learn about crop biotechnology and the benefits of this agricultural science.
  • UCBiotech
    Provides science based information on the application of biotechnology to crops.
  • University of Guelph
    Learn about all aspects of life at the University of Guelph, from academic programs and research to class offerings, extracurricular activities, ongoing events and breaking news.
  • University of Toronto
    The largest university in Canada, U of T offers the widest range of programs among Canadian universities, with 14 faculties, 300 undergraduate, 148 master’s and 95 doctoral programs.
  • University of Waterloo
    The University of Waterloo is a major public university located in Waterloo, Ontario.
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