UNU Programme for Biotechnology in Latin America and the Caribbean (UNU/BIOLAC)
Programme de biotechnologie en Amérique latine et dans les Caraïbes
UNU Programa de Biotecnologia para América Latina y el Caribe
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1988-07 Caracas Venezuela
Jul 1988, Caracas (Venezuela), within the framework of F-XF2488 - United Nations University (UNU). Also referred to as Programme for Biotechnology in Latin America and the Caribbean (BIOLAC).
Promote the use of biotechnology for development in Latin America and the Caribbean through capacity building, creating knowledge and achieving problem oriented research in areas that are the major concern of the region.
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Operates under general authority of UNU Rector, who serves as University's chief academic and administrative officer. Coordinator. Scientific Advisory Committee.
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