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biosafety

[¦bī·ō¦sāf·tē]
(biology)
The establishment and maintenance of safe conditions in a biological research laboratory to ensure that pathogenic microbes are contained (and not released to workers or the environment).
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Pre-conference courses covered a wide range of topics, all aligned with the bio-safety professional competence training specifications.
Under the MoU, bio-safety and bio-security practices will be strengthened in the PMAS-AAUR and the ABM will provide technical support to the laboratories of the University on a regular basis regarding bio-safety and security.
The BSL-3 laboratory is one of the largest in Pakistan, with experienced staff that have been well-trained in Tuberculosis (TB) diagnostics and bio-safety practices.
If Bt cotton will be released in Kenya and adopted for commercial production in 2019/2020, it will have taken us 18 years to set up appropriate bio-safety legislations, conduct confined field trials (CFTs) and NPTs.
ISLAMABAD:The 18th meeting of National Bio-safety Committee (NBC) of
ISLAMABAD -- The 18th meeting of National Bio-safety Committee (NBC) of
The brucellosis action plan was revised and the procedures for bio-safety measures at pig farms were verified.
He also assured that the new design would consider good flow of service movement and all features for fire and bio-safety would be put in place.
The Bio-safety Rules and Guidelines are also another essential part of the seed sector legal framework.
The project will have six major components: meals processing, packaged food processing, cold chain storage, production of food packages, e-commerce and commodities exhibition, and bio-safety disposal of waste water and wastes.
He was speaking at the concluding ceremony of a three-day workshop on 'Management aspects of bio-safety and creating a culture of bio-safety' organised by the Pakistan Biological Safety Association in collaboration with KU's Dr AQ Khan Institute of Biotechnology and Genetic Engineering (KIBGE) and Forgaty International, National Institute of Health, USA, at a local hotel.
The MoU includes cooperation in various fields that include combatting marine oil pollution, implementing joint programs in the fields of combatting pollution, as well as executing joint programs in biodiversity, bio-safety, environmental tourism and management for environmentally sensitive areas, such as mangroves, coral reefs and sanctuaries, as well as technology transfer on industrial water treatment and hazardous materials management.