The Specialty Crop Regulatory Assistance (SCRA) is a collaborative, public-private effort to assist public and private-sector developers of biotechnology-derived specialty crops in their efforts to complete the complex US regulatory process for commercialization of biotechnology-derived crops. Specialty crop growers can continue to provide an ever expanding, abundant, and diverse supply of safe, high quality food for the public good if they have ready access to diverse crops and diverse traits. The SCRA will help to ensure that regulatory costs or complexity does not stand in the way of the development of biotechnology-derived specialty crops for a range of crop developers, from small entities to large firms with interests in the specialty crops.
2-3 FEBRUARY 2022 - THE FUTURE OF MICROBIAL BIOTECHNOLOGY: FROM RESEARCH TO REGULATION
Event jointly organized by the Innovative Genomics Institute (IGI), U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), and the Phytobiomes Alliance