Offering a variety of deliverables
We will help you navigate the market on regulatory issues and inform on the tremendous potential of NBTs in Australia.
Our web portal for trade facilitation and engagement will be a one-stop resource for small and medium enterprises interested in exporting NBT products.
Adding new dimensions to discussions on regulations
This project leverages technical expertise, regulatory compliance information and the use of science diplomacy to create a multi-stakeholder engagement environment for commercialisation of New Breeding Technologies.
Australian grain exporters have experienced disruptions in gains from trade stemming from climatic changes as well as market competitiveness factors. NBTs provide an ideal avenue for exporters to diversify their supply chains, minimize risk, and benefit from high-value products.
Get acquainted with the concept of Science Diplomacy, and how it is being used for multi-stakeholder engagement.
‘Science Diplomacy’ is how Nations use scientific knowledge to address common problems and help build constructive international partnerships. One typology of the concept is:
- Diplomacy for Science – facilitating science cooperation, sharing resources and infrastructure for large-scale science
- Science in Diplomacy – the role of science and technology in providing advice to inform and support foreign policy goals
- Science for Diplomacy – the use of science to help build and improve international relations
Our focus is to help future-proof international regulatory issues on agricultural biotechnology. Science diplomacy (SD), with its ever-evolving repertoire of synergy-driven science-policy-society interface, has the potential to future-proof the regulatory imbroglio surrounding agricultural biotechnology.
This project is being led by the WA State Agricultural Biotechnology Centre (SABC), Murdoch University