Workshops & Training

 

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Activities

Our activities are all focused on achieving the result that scientists, regulators and other stakeholders in Southern Africa will have sufficient expertise in safety assessment and governance of GMOs to ensure informed decision-making.

 A group of delegates of the Application of -omics to Biosafety Workshop took a tour of Soweto on 25 October 2015.

Training / Workshops

Risk Assessment for BT Maize Food and Feed Use

Bt Maize for General Release and Cultivation

Risk Assessment of Herbicide Tolerant Maize for Food And Feed Use

Risk Assessment of Herbicide Tolerant Maize for General Released Cultivation

Risk Assessment for BT Cotton and General Release and Cultivation

Managing Resistance to BT

Risk Assessment of Nutritional Enhancement Crops

Risk Benefit Assessment Method

Labelling and Identification of GMOs

Risk Assessment of Crops With Wild Relatives In The Region

Risk Assessment of RNAi Modified Crops

Requirements for Contained Use Facilities.

Regulatory Systems Around The World And Implication For New Breeding Techniques

Literature from past events

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GMASSURE Launch Event Report

GMASSURE Biosafety Capacity Building Initiative Programme November 2014 NAMIBIA

GMASSURE BIOSAFETY CAPACITY BUILDING INITIATIVE IN SADC REGION REPORT NOVEMBER 2014 NAMIBIA

GENERAL BIOSAFETY TRAINING IN NAMIBIA: 17 - 21 NOVEMBER PRESENTATIONS

GMASSURE Harare BioSafety Capacity Building Programme final

General Biosafety Training Zimbabwe 16-20 March 2015 Presentations

The Vice Chancellors Speech UZ Biosafety workshop Harare

Short course on Science Communication report 2 and 3 September 2015

DOCUMENTATION OF THE GMASSURE BIOSAFETY CAPACITY BUILDING LEARNING WORKSHOP MARCH 2015 HARARE

WEMA and IMAS GM hybrids for Africa - 19 October 2015

Introduction to genome-wide analysis of crops  19 OCTOBER 2015

Omics course introduction 19 OCTOBER 2015

GMASSURE INTRO TALK OCT 2015 Ian Dubery

Intro_Proteomics overview 26 to 27 October 2015_1

 Overview-Genomics

-omics Workshop Mass Spectrometry basics

-omics Workshop Mass spectrometry-based workflows

-omics Workshop Proteomics_Exp design_Sample collection

-omics workshop Data processing and interpretation

Rick Goodman 16 October AfricaBio Business Breakfast

OECD and Biosafety Considerations
Dr Dean Oelofse

FOODCOMPOSITION.pptx

GM FOOD COMPOSITION OECD

Animal Wholesomeness studies Food Safety Training

National Food Intstitute

GMO and other biotechnologies

Molecular assessments of GMOs

Intended and unintended effects of GMOs and the concept of substancial equivalence

DTU Opening Presentation 23 Nov

What is risk analysis - Morten Poulsen.pdf

What is risk assessment - Morten Poulsen.pdf

Toxicity and allergenicity - Morten Poulsen.pdf

Feeding studies - Morten Poulsen.pdf

Risk-Benefit Morten Poulsen.pdf

GMASSURE Application of “-omics” to Biosafety Workshop

Food Safety Training Workshop

Economic and Social Benefits of
GM Cotton

GMASSURE Workshop presentation 

Biosafety Regulation in Zimbabwe

Myths and Beliefs about GMOs

Rapporteurs Guide

Role of GMOs in Food and Health Security

What are Genetically Modified Crops and how are they made?

CULTURAL WORKSHOP ZIM DR MUFANDAEDZA 2

Cultural workshop Zim Dr Mufandaedza

Cultural workshop Zim Economic and Social Benefits of GM Cotton

Cultural workshop Zim Role of GMOs in Food and Health Security 25 July 2016

Cultural workshop Zim What are GMOS and how are they Made 2016

Namibia cultural workshop FARMERS PERSPECTIVE

Biotechnology and Biosafety Awareness Namibia Cultural Workshop

GMO BIOTECH PRESENTATION 18 AUGUST 2016 SAFARI

GMASSURE Introduction Namibia Safari

Socio-economic impacts of Biotechnology

Genetically Modified Seeds vs African Farmers Rights

GMASSURE Introduction Valley Lodge 20 July 2016

GMO's Myths and Beliefs

GMASSURE Lecture 2016

Socio- economic benefits of Biotechnology

 

 

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