Biorisk Association of Singapore

Foster the development & recognition of biorisk management as a profession

News & Updates

November 4, 2019

Seminar: The Ethics of Dual-Use and Gain-of-Function Research 11 Nov 2019

Join us for a seminar to hear about the ethics and governance of dual-use and gain-of-function research and the practical challenges of biorisk management. The seminar […]
September 17, 2019

Professional Certification in Biorisk Management

About this Certificate The Biorisk Association of Singapore (BAS) in collaboration with the International Federation of Biosafety Association (IFBA) is pleased to bring the IFBA Professional […]
July 8, 2019

2019 BAS-NUS Medicine Workshop & BAS AGM

  “Biosafety & Biosecurity in the New Era”  BAS-NUS Medicine Workshop & AGM 2 August 2019 National University of Singapore LT35@MD6 Register here: Free for […]
January 25, 2019

Safety in Everyday Operations of a Biomedical Research Enterprise

20 February 2019 Workshop Safety in Everyday Operations of a Biomedical Research Enterprise Organised by NUS BSL3 Facility & BAS NUS Medicine MD11 Auditorium 2:30-5:30 pm   […]

Upcoming Events


July 15, 2019

APBA Conference 2019

14th Annual Biorisk Conference. Biosafety & Biosecurity – For Sustainable Development in Health and Agriculture 17-20 September 2019 Hotel Intercontinental, Dhaka, Bangladesh Experience the Best of […]
January 24, 2019

9th Annual ABSANZ Biosafety and Biocontainment Conference

 ABSANZ – Association of Biosafety for Australia and New Zealand 2019 Annual ABSANZ Biosafety and Biocontainment Conference Melbourne, Australia Pre-conference workshops Monday 28 & Tuesday 29 […]

About us

The Biorisk Association of Singapore, a non-profit organization, was founded in 2010 with the aim of fostering collaboration among persons involved in any form of biological safety and security.Through forums, seminars, workshops, and small group discussions we aim to increase awareness and spread knowledge about biorisks that we face in our professional and personal lives.