While British Columbia is set to develop an efficient, competitive and sustainable economy, this will require the implementation of transformative and innovative technologies — including genomics.  As well, it will require socio-economic approaches to achieve sustainable agriculture and fisheries, food safety, sustainable use of renewable biological resources for industrial processes, environmental protection, preservation of biodiversity and finally, policy and market development.

Join us for Genome BC’s Annual Genomics Forum on May 12, which will bring together leaders from the life sciences community, business, industry, and policy makers with unique experiences and backgrounds to discuss the role of genomics toward achieving a sustainable economic future in the face of a rapidly changing climate. 

Our Speakers