|First Seminar «Export Control on Dual-use Materials and Technologies in Central Asia» Astana, 12-13 October 2017
|Second Seminar «Challenges of Scientific and Technological Evolution for Export Control Systems» Astana, 24-25 May 2018
|Third Seminar in Yerevan, Armenia 5-6 November 2018
|CONDENsE, Ieper, Belgium, on 29th and 30th August 2019
|Training the trainers workshop on strategic trade control academic implementation in Kazakhstan
|Press release of the Round Table on the topic: "Strategic Trade Control in Kazakhstan: challenges and prospects»
|On May 3-5, 2021, an online Training the Trainers Workshop was held in Bishkek
|ISTC encourages Kazakh and Kyrgyz experts to work together on Export Control courses
|ISTC helps KNU to start a Course on Export Control
|ISTC, ENU and CAIDS Launch a MSc program in International Business and Strategic Trade Control
|ISTC Supports the Implementation of a Course on Export Control at the Faculty of Law of the Kyrgyz National University
|Seminar on Enterprises’ Internal Compliance Policy of Strategic Trade Control at the L. N. Gumilyov Eurasian National University
|ISTC participates in a Seminar “Raising awareness and science responsibility in life scientists” convened by TABioS in Sarob, Tajikistan.
|Seminar “Raising Awareness and Responsibility of Scientists in the Life Sciences”
|A new App for Dual-use items identification and classification
|The Armenian National Bureau of Expertise promotes responsible science in 30 institutes and universities
|Workshop on implementation of the Course on Export Control and the Master's program on Strategic Trade Control
|ISTC attends a STRI webinar on emerging technologies for customs
|EU supported PhD student presented thesis work at International Conference
|A press release Export Control.docx
This modular course is for undergraduate, graduate, and post-graduate students, academic and other professional researchers in life sciences raises awareness of the responsibility of scientists to address issues around dual use materials, knowledge, and technologies.
The course includes a modular set of slides and an annotated reading list, suitable for individual learning as well as adaptation in academic curricula.
Model ICP Guidelines