AgBiotechNet and NABC Collaborate

"David Hemming TL, Biotech. D.HEMMING at CABI.ORG
Wed Sep 6 11:38:52 EST 2000


Dear List subscribers

This may be of interest to some subscribers - my apologies if this does not
affect you, or if you get any cross postings.

Regards

David Hemming, AgBiotechNet


AgBiotechNet announces collaboration with the
National Agricultural Biotechnology Council

CABI Publishing is pleased to announce a collaboration between NABC, the
National Agricultural Biotechnology Council and AgBiotechNet, the Internet
service for Agricultural Biotechnologists at http://www.agbiotechnet.com

AgBiotechNet is now delivering the Council's series of trend-setting reports
as PDF (Portable Document Format) files. NABC Reports 8, 9, 10 and 11 are
currently available:

*	NABC No.11: World Food Security and Sustainability: The Impacts of
Biotechnology and Industrial Consolidation
*	NABC No.10: Agricultural Biotechnology and Environmental Quality:
Gene
*	Escape and Pest Resistance
*	NABC No.9: Resource Management in Challenged Environments
*	NABC No.8: Agricultural Biotechnology: Novel Products and New
Partnerships

The NABC has a proven track record for covering emerging issues in
agricultural biotechnology from sustainable agriculture in 1989 through to
gene escape and pest resistance in 1998, and attracting key contributors.
For example, in the latest report, Per Pinstrup-Andersen, Director of the
International Food Policy Research Institute highlights the impacts of
biotechnology and industrial consolidation on world food security and
sustainability. The next report will include articles by US presidential
candidate Ralph Nader, and former CIA Director James Woolsey. 

To find out more about NABC or to order NABC Reports, please send an email
to NABC at cornell.edu Further details and contact details are available on
AgBiotechNet.

Access to AgBiotechNet is available via subscription for organizations. It
is also now available to individuals at a special rate of £95/$150 per year.
Organizations and individuals without a subscription can take a free 30-day
trial of the full service including access to the abstracts database and
full text of all other content.  Trial and subscription details for 2000 are
available at http://www.agbiotechnet.com/subscribe.asp. 

AgBiotechNet now includes news, reviews, reports, book chapters, abstracts,
jobs and more. There are free topics on cloning and GM food safety. For a
taste of what's available, go to http://www.agbiotechnet.com/first.asp If
you have any questions relating to this article or require further details
on subscribing to AgBiotechNet please contact Email: marketing at cabi.org





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