Norwegian Biotechnology Advisory Board/ Bioteknologinemndas

The Norwegian Biotechnology Advisory Board (Bioteknologinemndas, Oslo) is an independent organisation. The members (21) are appointed by the Norwegian government. Eight members of the board represent different public organisations. The main tasks of the Norwegian Biotechnology Advisory Board is to evaluate the social and ethical consequences of modern biotechnology and to discuss usage which promotes sustainable development. All members have working experiences and/or education to be competent to discuss questions regarding modern biotechnology. The Board has approximately ten regular meetings and organises two to three public conferences annually.

The website includes some discussion papers, information about the biotechnology regulation in Norway and information about the members of the Board.

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