Since the establishment of the Public Research and Regulation Initiative in 2004, many public sector scientists have registered to participate in this global initiative.
- receive updates on important developments and activities of PRRI;
- can request PRRI to help seeking funding to participate in PRRI meetings and international negotiations on biotechnology regulation;
- are encouraged to be actively involved in PRRI activities, such as participating in meetings and providing feedback on draft positions, papers, et cetera;
- have access to “member areas” on the PRRI website that contain further background information and drafts of position papers.
Registration can be done via the registration page.