Biotechnology Law at the National University of Singapore.

Prof. Andrea Stazi taught an intensive course on Biotechnology Law at the National University of Singapore. 

The Course dealt with the legal, policy, economic, social and ethical issues arising from the application of biotechnology techniques and the use of their methods and products in various sectors, such as medical, agricultural, etc.

In an international and comparative perspective, the Course analysed different regulatory systems for research and development using biotechnology techniques, including human genetic modification and cloning, GMOs, CRISPR, etc., also in light of a multidisciplinary approach which took into account aspects like bioethics of interventions on human life, access to genetic resources, sustainability, biodiversity and food sovereignty.