The ILSI Research Foundation’s online courses deliver training in an accessible, interactive format. Offered free of charge, these open resources are designed to support our capacity building efforts and are made available to participants of our workshops and training activities. Regulatory agencies, academics, the private sector, and other interested stakeholders may also request access, granted on a case-by-case basis.

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Courses


The ILSI Research Foundation offers a suite of biotechnology courses related to food safety and biosafety.

Food Safety Courses

English

Free

Concepts in the Safety Assessment of Novel Food and Feed

This course discusses how people use information about foods to make basic decisions regarding food safety and how government regulators use similar information to address the safety of novel foods that may be introduced into their country’s food supply.

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Free

Application of Problem Formulation to Food and Feed Safety Assessments

This course teaches you how to apply problem formulation to the food and feed safety assessment of genetically engineered (GE) crops.

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Chinese

Biosafety Courses

English

Free

Understanding Low Level Presence in Agricultural Biotechnology

This course teaches what Low Level Presence (LLP) is and how associated environmental risks can be assessed.

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Free

Confined Field Trials of Genetically Engineered Plants

This course provides a comprehensive discussion of risk management methods for confined field trials (CFTs) of genetically engineered (GE) plants and how those methods may be incorporated into a regulatory framework.

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Free

Application of Problem Formulation to the Environmental Risk Assessment of Genetically Engineered Crops

This course introduces the key concepts of problem formulation for the environmental risk assessment of genetically engineered crops.

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Spanish
Chinese