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Plant Variety Protection Conference

Plant Variety Protection Debates: Connecting Law, Science and Social Science
When Jun 14, 2018
from 09:00 AM to 05:00 PM
Where Room 1.07, Oculus Building, The University of Warwick, CV4 7AL
Attendees The Conference is open to students, researchers, academics, lawyers, plant breeders, farmers, civil society organisations and international organisations interested in food, agriculture and intellectual property rights.
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The objectives of the conference are:

  • To provide a platform for law, science and social science researchers to exchange knowledge about plant variety protection
  • To bring together key organisations and stakeholders involved in plant variety protection to discuss recent developments
  • To contribute to discussions on the pending review of the plant variety protection provision in the Agreement on Trade Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights (Art. 27.3b)

We welcome papers, posters and photographs on topics related to the conference. Please send the abstract: 300 words, form of presentation: paper, poster or photographs, name(s) of presenters, email address, institution/organisation and a note of any special requirements to Titilayo Adebola: T.A.Adebola@warwick.ac.uk before 10 May 2018.

We also welcome participants who do not wish to deliver presentations, but would like to learn more about the topics explored and engage in discussions with speakers.

The conference -including buffet lunch and all-day refreshments- is free, but registration is compulsory. To register, please send your name, email address, institution/organisation and any special dietary requirements to Titilayo Adebola: T.A.Adebola@warwick.ac.uk

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