Challenges related to accessing and sharing digital sequencing information of plant genetic resources survey
We are a Canadian team of researchers, based at the University of Saskatchewan, researching challenges related to accessing and sharing digital sequencing information of plant genetic resources. We have developed a survey designed to gain insights from practitioners and researchers like yourself and we would like to extend another invitation for you to participate in this survey.
Your participation will help us better understand your experiences and allow us to share key findings with regulators, and with our partner, DivSeek International Network, a not-for profit community of practice focused on facilitating and encouraging the open dissemination of information about plant genetic resources.
The survey is expected to take about 20 minutes to complete. Should you decide to participate, please submit your answers by 30 January 2023.
On behalf of: Peter W.B. Phillips
Director, Centre for the Study of Science and Innovation Policy (CSIP) and Distinguished Professor
Johnson Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy
University of Saskatchewan email@example.com