The International Society for Biosafety Research, ISBR
aims to promote scientifically sound research that supports biosafety assessment by improving communication among scientists who study plants, animals, and microbes using modern biotechnology.
Starting 1990 ISBR organizes international symposia focused on the biosafety of bioengineered organisms. It was the first initiative to alleviate the communication problem within the GMO biosafety research community.
Sponsoring scientific publications, including original work, that describe advances in the field of biosafety research
Supporting a multidisciplinary approach to ensuring the safety of GMO products through a scientifically sound risk assessment that supports regulatory decision-making.