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Training School on

“New Genetic Engineering Techniques for Tree Improvement

Training school supported by EU COST Action FP0905 "Biosafety of Forest Transgenic Trees:

improving the scientific basis for safe tree development and implementation of EU policy directives"

 

12th - 14th February 2013

 

Lisbon, Portugal

 

Target audience: Early stage researchers (ESR) at PhD or postdoctoral level with research interest in plant genetics, genomics, and regulatory implications of applied plant genetics. Financial support is available for up 25 students (see selection below).

Scientific Management Team (STM)

Jeremy Sweet, Gilles Pilate, Matthias Fladung, Jorge Paiva, Susana Araújo, Pedro Fevereiro.

Location: Instituto de Tecnologia Química e Biológica (ITQB)/Instituto de Biologia Expeimental e Tecnologica (IBET), Oeiras, Portugal (near Lisbon Airport).

Topic: New Genetic Engineering Techniques for Tree Improvement

 

Programme and information: (download)Programme PDF file

 

 

Application (dead line 10/01/2014)

 

To be filled in and submitted online with enclosures

1. Curriculum Vitae (download template)

2. A motivation letter (1 page) clearly explaining the benefit of attending the Training School.

 

Submissions are closed

 

 
 

Training School on

“Plant genome modification and the regulatory framework for GM plants in Europe”

Training school supported by EU COST Action FP0905 "Biosafety of Forest Transgenic Trees:

improving the scientific basis for safe tree development and implementation of EU policy directives"

 

29th April- 1st May 2013

 

Tromsø, Norway

 

Target audience: Early stage researcher (ESR) at the PhD or postdoctoral level with research interest in plant genetics, genomics and the regulatory implications of applied plant genetics. Financial support is available for up to 15 students (see selection below) .

Scientific Management Team (STM)

Kaare M. Nielsen, Detlef Bartsch, Boet Glandorf, Marja Ruohonen-Lehto, Jeremy Sweet.

Location: University of Tromsø, Faculty of health Sciences, Pharmacy building, Breivika Campus, Tromsø, Norway (Tromso/Tromsø airport).

Topic: New developments in plant breeding and the regulatory implications of applied plant genetics

 

Programme and information: (download)Programme PDF file

 

Application (dead line 31 march)

 

To be filled in and submitted online with enclosures

1. Curriculum Vitae (download template)

2. A motivation letter (1 page) clearly explaining the benefit of attending the Training School.

 

Submission are closed

 

 
 

Training School on

“Communication – how to speak with media”

Cooperation project of COST Action FP0905 and GMO Safety

 

9th - 11th November 2011

 

Darmstadt, Germany

 

TOPIC

What does a journalist expect from me? How can I prepare for an interview? How can I present my results clearly and intelligibly and place them in a political, economic and social context? How do I deal with controversial issues?

People who research socially important subjects often find themselves in the spotlight sooner than they expect. The media are interested in competent sources, and scientists can play an important part in bringing objectivity to the public debate about plant genetic engineering.

The aim of this three-day media and communication training course is to teach participants the rules of media work and to prepare them to deal confidently with journalists.

 

 

Programme: (download)Programme PDF file

Scientific report (download)pdf


Cristina Vettori

“Introduction to COST Action FP0905 Biosafety of forest  transgenic trees: improving the scientific basis for safe tree 
development and implementation of EU policy directives”
pdf

Matthias Fladung

“Transgenic trees and field trials in Germany”,

pdf

 

Fabio Migliacci

“Simple steps to build a website for scientific 
dissemination”

pdf

Jeremy Sweet "Handling the Media - giving examples in relation to my experiences with TV, radio and newspapers"

pdf