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Barns, I. () Manufacturing consensus?: Reflections on the UK national consensus conference on plant biotechnology. Science as Culture, 5 (2). pp. Reflections on the UK national consensus conference on plant biotechnology Ian Barns Lecturer at the Institute for Science and Technology Policy, Murdoch University, . Feature Plant biotechnology is expected to revolutionize the way our agricultural and food systems operate in wars to come. However, public support has to be maintained to ensure the success of any new technology. The first UK consensus conference on plant biotechnolosy was held in London in November , where this subject was discussed at great length. Members of the public . The call for increased public involvement in the formulation of science and technology policy has resulted in the consensus conference: an initiative which involves lay people in the assessment of socially sensitive topics. This book draws together the pioneering experiences of the Danish, Dutch and British organisers of consensus conferences, as well as offering a scheme, developed at a.
MS//02/09 "UK national consensus conference on plant biotechnology" a final report MS//02/10 Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council "GM agriculture in the UK" MS//02/11 Joint Brazil/UK workshop on transgenic plants: science and communication. I joined the University of Glasgow in as Professor of Urban Futures, based in the Urban Studies section of the School of Social and Political Sciences. My first degree, in bi. Since the first plant was transformed by genetic engineering in , the ABT industry has prophesied “win-win” scenarios, with higher-value crops at lower environmental costs, plus products tailored to meet the special nutritional needs of the elderly and other groups. 1 Proponents furthermore promise that ABT, if affordable and accessible. 4 th Edition of Global Conference on Plant Science and Molecular Biology Report. Magnus Group once again successfully hosted one of its editions of Global Conference on Plant Science and Molecular Biology during September , in London, UK.. We extend our heartfelt thanks for our moderators Lauren M. Lazaro from Louisiana State University AgCenter, USA; Kenneth Tryggestad from.