Legal frameworks for research and innovation with plant genetic resources
PLS0068 Legal frameworks for research and innovation with plant genetic resources, 3,0 Hp
Ytterligare informationThe main teachers will be invited experts within the respective topic.
The course will be given online.
Lectures (incl practical exercises) with invited experts will make up approximately 50% of the scheduled course time. This will give a solid theoretical background to the subject. [addressing LOs 1,2]
An individual assignment, distributed on the first day and worked on throughout the week, will make up approximately 30% of the course time (incl the examination). This will focus on a particular legal detail and is to be presented as a 1-page report as well as orally on the final day with another student as opponent. [addressing LOs 3,4]
Group discussion exercises will make up approximately 20% of the course time. These will be carried out with the students being assigned different roles such as researcher, breeder, regulator, legislator, civil society representative etc. [addressing LO 4]
The maximum number of students is 30.
The minimum number of students to give the course is 6.
The course is available for applicants enrolled in a PhD programme at any University in Sweden or elsewhere. If the number of applications exceed the number of available places (30), the order of priority is the following: 1) PhD students from SLU, 2) PhD students from any other Swedish University, 3) PhD students from a University based in another country.
Exceptional MSc students/candidates with a MSc degree will be considered only if there is available space.
Application for the course is done by sending an email to the course leader. Latest date for application is 30 October.