Biotechnology Forum III: Bridging Troubled Waters: Canada's Role Connecting Biotechnology to Global Human Needs

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Author: Andrew Davidge

This paper summarizes Forum III, the third event of IOG’s Biotechnology and Governance Program. The session brought together 60 decision-makers from both inside and outside government to examine biotechnology’s relevance to Canada's foreign and international development policy.

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