Genomics to Improve Food Safety


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Thursday November 7, 2019

Genomics to Improve Food Safety

To promote a better understanding and support decision making regarding issues of food traceability, Génome Québec asked the Quebec Centre for Biodiversity Science (QCBS) to produce a Policy Brief on the subject.



The Quebec Centre for Biodiversity Science (QCBS) brings together more than 120 researchers working at the forefront of the field both nationally and internationally. 

The QCBS has a three-fold mission: 1) to foster and promote world-class research at all levels of academia (undergraduate, graduate, postgraduate and faculty) in biodiversity science; 2) to facilitate scientific cooperation among a cross-disciplinary group of Québec biodiversity researchers and promote Québec research nationally and internationally; 3) to support the development of public policies on biodiversity and contribute to the academic and public debate on biodiversity loss in Québec, Canada and around the world.

To read the document, click here.


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