Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development

Deadline: 31/10/2001
September 29, 2003

The OECD's Biological Resources in Agriculture programme aims to strengthen cooperative efforts among research scientists and institutions. The programme is providing fellowships based around four research themes, with an emphasis on biotechnology. Fellowships may be from 2 to 26 weeks.

Theme 1: New Agricultural Products for Sustainable Farming and Industry

Theme 2: Quality of Animal Products and Safety of Food

Theme 3: Enhancing Environmental Quality in Agricultural Systems

Theme 4: Connecting Scientific Progress to Sustainable and Integrated Agro-food Systems

Details here
Contact: Dr. Françoise Coudert - Head of Programme
Address: Cooperative Research Programme
OECD
Directorate for Food, Agriculture and Fisheries
Ingres 154
2 rue André Pascal
75775 Paris Cedex 16
France
Telephone: (33) 0145 249503
Fax: (33) 0144 306122
Email: francoise.coudert@oecd.org

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