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.@USDA_APHIS is inviting public comment on 2 draft documents for deregulation of American chestnut developed using genetic engineering. The submission deadline is December 27, 2022! Learn more in the AFSI Newsletter - https://conta.cc/3HaAQe6 | Past Issues: https://foodsystems.org/resources/afsi-newsletter/
This SABP Newsletter features an article by Dr. Vibha Gupta of @UnivofDelhi & Dr. Arlene Asthana Ali of @Biotech4India about India's approval of GM mustard for environmental release, as well as pieces about SABP events - https://foodsystems.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/11/SABP_11_November_2022.pdf | Past - https://foodsystems.org/resources/sabp-newsletter/
We are a proud supporter of @AgFoodSystems, an independent nonprofit scientific organization with a mission to achieve safe and #sustainable agri-food, health, & environmental systems that improve the world. Learn more about #AFSI in our partner profile. https://bit.ly/3FsLY5B
The November AFSI Newsletter spotlights 3 recent South Asia Biosafety Program activities, including our conference on genome editing in plants, co-organized with Bangladesh Academy of Sciences, BARC & @Biotech4India - https://conta.cc/3WpNOdb |Past Issues: https://foodsystems.org/resources/afsi-newsletter/
UW School of Public Health announces new collaboration with @wsufoodsystems, @UMNIonE and @agfoodsystems!
“I think the diversity of approaches and skills within our team will really help to elevate the potential impact of this work," said @JenOtten → https://bit.ly/3ESl5aH
This SABP Newsletter features an article by Dr. Arlene Asthana Ali of @Biotech4India about India's SOPs for Regulatory Review of SDN-1 & SDN-2 Genome Edited Plants (2022), along with two pieces by @BRACUniversity students - https://foodsystems.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/10/SABP_10_October_2022.pdf | Past - https://foodsystems.org/resources/sabp-newsletter/