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 Title:  WORKSHOP ON SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY INFORMATION FOR BIOSAFETY
 Abstract:  This presents the schedule of a workshop held in Bangkok sponsored by Biotec, NSTDA and CODATA held January 10 - 14, 2000. The schedule times correspond to the file names of pdf files in this readings database.
 Format:  application/pdf
 File:  bkksched2.pdf

 
 Author: 
 Title:  WORKSHOP ON SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY INFORMATION FOR BIOSAFETY
 Abstract:  This presents the schedule of a workshop held in Bangkok sponsored by Biotec, NSTDA and CODATA held January 10 - 14, 2000. The schedule times correspond to the file names of pdf files in this readings database.
 Format:  application/pdf
 File:  bkksched21.pdf

 
 Author:  Virginia Campbell
 Title:  BIOSAFETY AND REVIEW COMMITTEES National Appraisal and Monitoring
 Abstract: 
 Format:  application/pdf
 File:  tu1050.pdf

 
 Author:  Virginia Campbell
 Title:  MICROBES - HEALTH
 Abstract: 
 Format:  application/pdf
 File:  wed930.pdf

 
 Author:  Chris Gliddon
 Title:  The impact of hybrids between genetically modified crop plants and their related species: biological models and theoretical perspectives
 Abstract: 
 Format:  PDF
 File:  gliddon_hyb1.pdf

 
 Author:  Gilbert Howe
 Title:  Introduction to the Guide to Risk Assessment and Biosafety in Biotechnology
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 Format:  PDF
 File:  howe_int1.pdf

 
 Author:  Julian Kinderlerer
 Title:  Contained use of Genetically Modified Organisms
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 Format:  PDF
 File:  kinderlerer_cug1.pdf

 
 Author:  Julian Kinderlerer
 Title:  Intellectual Property Rights
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 Format:  PDF
 File:  kinderlerer_ipr1.pdf

 
 Author:  Julian Kinderlerer
 Title:  Public Perception of Biotechnology
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 Format:  PDF
 File:  kinderlerer_per1.pdf

 
 Author:  Julian Kinderlerer
 Title:  Tools of Regulation
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 Format:  PDF
 File:  kinderlerer_reg1.pdf

 
 Author:  Micah Krichevsky
 Title:  History and Context of IRRO
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 Format:  PDF
 File:  krichevsky_irr1.pdf

 
 Author:  Micah I Krichevsky
 Title:  Informational Symbiosis of Microbial Taxonomy and Ecology: Monitoring of Microorganisms in the Environment
 Abstract: 
 Format:  PDF
 File:  krichevsky_mte1.pdf

 
 Author:  Micah I Krichevsky
 Title:  MODULES FOR INCLUSION IN TRAINING WORKSHOPS AND DISTANCE LEARNING
 Abstract:  The following table presents topics as candidates for inclusion in workshops combining a specific discipline, biosafety, with topics on information generation, management, and analysis. Each Major Topic, has Beginning, Intermediate, and Advanced modules. The organizers and sponsors can choose any desired combination of modules for inclusion in a workshop program. This table is not exhaustive. The organizers of the workshop should suggest other topics of importance for inclusion. The order of the table is one that was convenient for table organization. The order of the modules must be rearranged to: a) fit the intent and design parameters of the particular workshop, and b) present the modules in an interesting and useful order. For example, hands on computer time might well be interspersed with the biosafety modules. Liberal use of discussion sessions as well as case study analysis enhances active interest and participation. The particular level of modules chosen must reflect the initial level of the workshop participants in any particular area. Often, the workshop modules chosen will contain a mixture of Beginning, Intermediate and Advanced modules depending on both the purpose of the workshop and the backgrounds of the participants. When a mixture of background levels of the participants is anticipated, such as is often the case in computer skills, an introductory workshop for a day or two for the neophytes proved successful to enhance their skills. To contribute additions to, and comments on, the contents of the Table and inquiries on possible Workshops, contact micahk@bioint.org.
 Format:  application/pdf
 File:  biosafe-modules.pdf

 
 Author:  Micah I. Krichevsky
 Title:  Introduction to Biosafety
 Abstract: 
 Format:  application/pdf
 File:  mon930.pdf

 
 Author:  Micah I. Krichevsky
 Title:  DOES GENETIC ENGINEERING INCREASE RISK?
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 Format:  application/pdf
 File:  mon1400.pdf

 
 Author:  Micah I. Krichevsky
 Title:  PRECAUTIONARY PRINCIPLE
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 Format:  application/pdf
 File:  mon1430.pdf

 
 Author:  Micah I. Krichevsky
 Title:  UNINTENDED MOVEMENT
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 Format:  application/pdf
 File:  mon1500.pdf

 
 Author:  Micah Krichevsky
 Title:  MONITORING OF GENETICALLY MODIFIED MICROORGANISMS IN THE ENVIRONMENT
 Abstract: 
 Format:  application/pdf
 File:  tu930a.pdf

 
 Author:  Micah I. Krichevsky
 Title:  DATA TYPES AND DATA INTERCONVERSIONS Introduction: Biological Data - Can We Talk?
 Abstract: 
 Format:  application/pdf
 File:  tu1550.pdf

 
 Author:  Micah I. Krichevsky
 Title:  CASE STUDY: FUNGI (MUSHROOMS)
 Abstract:  This case study is hypothetical and created as a class excercise.
 Format:  application/pdf
 File:  wed1445a.pdf

 
 Author:  Morris Levin
 Title:  Ecological Issues Related to Release of Microorganisms
 Abstract: 
 Format:  PDF
 File:  levin_eco1.pdf

 
 Author:  Morris Levin
 Title:  A Primer on Risk Assessment
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 Format:  PDF
 File:  levin_raa1.pdf

 
 Author:  Morris A. Levin
 Title:  Introduction to Risk Assessment
 Abstract: 
 Format:  application/pdf
 File:  mon1050.pdf

 
 Author:  Morris A. Levin
 Title:  Components of Risk Assessment
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 Format:  application/pdf
 File:  mon1300.pdf

 
 Author:  Morris A. Levin
 Title:  PLANTS: MODIFICATION AND RISK ASSESSMENT ISSUES
 Abstract: 
 Format:  application/pdf
 File:  tu1300-1430.pdf

 
 Author:  Morris A. Levin
 Title:  MICROBES - AGRICULTURE
 Abstract: 
 Format:  application/pdf
 File:  wed1300.pdf

 
 Author:  Morris A. Levin
 Title:  CASE STUDY: BIOREMEDIATION
 Abstract: 
 Format:  application/pdf
 File:  wed1445b.pdf

 
 Author:  Morris A. Levin
 Title:  REGULATORY ISSUES IN FOOD SAFETY
 Abstract: 
 Format:  application/pdf
 File:  th1050-1400.pdf

 
 Author:  Morris A. Levin
 Title:  IDENTIFYING ETHICAL ISSUES IN BIOTECHNOLOGY
 Abstract: 
 Format:  application/pdf
 File:  th1500-1700.pdf

 
 Author:  David A Portyrata
 Title:  The Ability of a Decentralized Systems Design to Meet The Requirements of an Information Resource on Release of Organisms
 Abstract: 
 Format:  PDF
 File:  portyrata_dec1.pdf

 
 Author:  Elaine Ross
 Title:  USE OF BOOLEAN LOGIC IN SEARCH QUERIES
 Abstract: 
 Format:  application/pdf
 File:  th930.pdf