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Project Title:

Joint U.S.-Russian Assessment of Bioengagement: Impacts, Lessons Learned, and a Path Toward Future Collaboration
PIN: PGA-DSC-C-10-03        

Major Unit:

Policy and Global Affairs

Sub Unit: Development, Security and Cooperation

RSO: Schweitzer, Glenn

Subject/Focus Area: Agriculture; Biology and Life Sciences; Engineering and Technology; Health and Medicine; Math, Chemistry, and Physics; Policy for Science and Technology

Project Scope
An ad hoc committee will carry out an assessment of U.S.-Russian bio-engagement activities during the past 15 years, with particular attention to the impacts of various types of bio-engagement activities, lessons learned from engagement activities that are relevant for future U.S.-Russian bio-engagement programs, and future approaches to U.S.-Russian bio-engagement, particularly approaches that build on the foundations for cooperation that have been established during recent years.

The project is sponsored by the U.S. Department of State.

The approximate start date is September 21, 2010.

A report will be issued at the end of the project in approximately 14 months.

Note: The project duration has been extended to 25 months.

Project Duration: 14 months    

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Committee Membership

 Meeting 1 - 01/24/2011
 Meeting 2 - 04/14/2011
 Meeting 3 - 09/18/2011
 Meeting 4 - 02/13/2012
 Meeting 5 - 05/22/2012


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The Unique U.S.-Russian Relationship in Biological Science and Biotechnology: Recent Experience and Future Directions