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Plants with novel traits: Information for the general public - Canadian Food Inspection Agency

http://www.inspection.gc.ca/plants/plants-with-novel-traits/general-public/eng/1337380923340/1337384231869

Nov 14, 2018 ...Plants with novel traits: Information for the general public Biotechnology and the environment Biotechnology products: Plants that tolerate herbicides Confined research field trials for plants with novel traits Do Bt crops affect monarch butterflies Low-level presence – Policy model Plant molecular farming Stewardship of plants with novel traits Weeds

Disclosure of Grant and Contribution Awards Over $25,000: DFAIT – International Trade: University of Toronto

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Nov 18, 2018 ...Disclosure of Grant and Contribution Awards Over $25,000: DFAIT – International Trade: University of Toronto Quarter Listing Grant and Contribution  Recipient Name: University of Toronto Location: Toronto, Ontario, Canada / Toronto, Ontario, Canada Date: 2007-02-08 Value: $28,000.00 Type: Contribution Purpose: Canada-India Biotechnology S&T collaboration

Questions and Answers: New Plant Breeding Techniques - Canadian Food Inspection Agency

http://www.inspection.gc.ca/plants/plants-with-novel-traits/general-public/new-plant-breeding-techniques/eng/1541800629219/1541800629556

Nov 14, 2018 ...Questions and Answers: New Plant Breeding Techniques What are New Plant Breeding Techniques (NPBTs)? New plant breeding techniques is the general term for technologies used to create genetic changes in plants, typically using modern biotechnology techniques. There is no comprehensive list of techniques that are considered new plant breeding techniques. Gene

Plants with novel traits - Canadian Food Inspection Agency

http://www.inspection.gc.ca/plants/plants-with-novel-traits/eng/1300137887237/1300137939635

Nov 14, 2018 ... with a novel trait (PNT) is a plant that contains a trait which is both new to the Canadian environment and has the potential to affect the specific use and safety of the plant with respect to the environment and human health. These traits can be introduced using biotechnology, mutagenesis, or conventional breeding techniques. The Canadian Food Inspection Agency

New substances risk assessment summaries: organisms

https://www.canada.ca/en/environment-climate-change/services/managing-pollution/evaluating-new-substances/biotechnology-living-organisms/risk-assessment-decisions.html

Nov 1, 2018 ...New substances risk assessment summaries: organisms Here you will find information on biotechnology risk assessment decisions that Environment and Climate Change Canada and Health Canada have made for organisms. Where the substance identity is not considered to be confidential, it is identified by its explicit biological name. In cases where the substance

Preparation of the Quality Information for Drug Submissions in the CTD Format: Biotechnological/ Biological (Biotech) Products: Guidance for Industry

https://www.canada.ca/en/health-canada/services/drugs-health-products/biologics-radiopharmaceuticals-genetic-therapies/applications-submissions/guidance-documents/guidance-industry-biotechnological-biological-biotech-products.html

Sep 4, 2018 ...Preparation of the Quality Information for Drug Submissions in the CTD Format: Biotechnological/ Biological (Biotech) Products: Guidance for Industry The document is available upon request. To request a zip file of this document, please send an email to hc.publications-publications.sc@canada.ca This document is intended to provide Industry with guidance

INMHA Publications - CIHR

http://www.cihr-irsc.gc.ca/e/8582.html

Nov 7, 2018 ... in research and training in the various fields covered by the Institute. We also met with non-governmental and volunteer health organizations, and we sought input from other INMHA stakeholders, in particular, members of the Institute Advisory Board, pharmaceutical industry and biotechnology firms, national and provincial agencies, CIHR staff and other Institutes

Building a Healthy Foundation for Life - CIHR

http://www.cihr-irsc.gc.ca/e/51238.html

Nov 16, 2018 ... is supported through a partnership with the World Health Organization (WHO), as well as the partner funding agencies - the National Natural Science Foundation of China, Department of Biotechnology of India, and the Medical Research Council of South Africa.  Preterm birth is a key strategic priority for CIHR-IHDCYH. Through the Institute’s Preterm Birth Initiative, we

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