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BioM-Workshop on Access and Benefit-Sharing - Putting the Nagoya Protocol in practice: Issues and approches for biotechnology companies in Germany

On Jan 23, 2020
@BIODeutschland shared
BioM-Workshop on Access and Benefit-Sharing - Putting the Nagoya Protocol in practice: Issues and approches for biotechnology companies in Germany @BioM_Munich https://t.co/2VZZS9nyOu
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Since the adoption of the Nagoya Protocol on Access and Benefit Sharing (ABS), new rules for biodiversity-based research & development have been adopted in Germany and other countries around the world. ...

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On Jan 23, 2020
@BIODeutschland shared
BioM-Workshop on Access and Benefit-Sharing - Putting the Nagoya Protocol in practice: Issues and approches for biotechnology companies in Germany @BioM_Munich https://t.co/2VZZS9nyOu
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BioM-Workshop on Access and Benefit-Sharing - Putting the Nagoya Protocol in practice: Issues and approches for biotechnology companies in Germany

Since the adoption of the Nagoya Protocol on Access and Benefit Sharing (ABS), new rules for biodiversity-based research & development have been adopted in Germany and other countries ...


On Jan 21, 2020
@Prof_ChrisMason shared
RT @HCATS_CDMO: We are proud to announce our joint development agreement with @Oribiotech1! Combining our decades worth of experience with Ori Biotech’s proprietary technology platform will allow both parties to address the significant challenges #CGT developers face. https://t.co/7lTCtWC44i
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Announcing Our Joint Development Agreement With Ori Biotech

HCATS has partnered with Ori Biotech to enhance the PCT service platform and help cell therapy developers overcome manufacturing challenges more effectively.

On Jan 18, 2020
@IAmBiotech shared
[email protected] named #ClimateChange as one of the biggest health crises the world faces in the next decade. Read how #biotech can help decarbonize air travel: https://t.co/FA8FmnrBNx https://t.co/9H2b4DnGve
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Climate Week: Biofuels to Decarbonize Air Travel

Last week Greta Thunberg took the United States by storm. She continued her mission of raising the alarm on climate change by visiting the United States for Climate Week and the United ...

On Jan 23, 2020
@NaturePlants shared
RT @PhilippBayer: Future crops Collection at @PLOSONE! 21 papers around making resilient plants for the 21th century https://t.co/MclIfqIizU
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Introducing the Future Crops Collection

We are excited to be launching our Future Crops Collection, the result of an interdisciplinary call for papers convened by PLOS ONE and our fabulous team of Guest Editors. The theme of the ...

On Jan 22, 2020
@prometheusgreen shared
RT @Clear_Food: Perhaps @Harvard @HarvardGSD should be listening rather than using $40K of their students' tuition & alumni gold to host Vandana Shiva in Cambridge this Spring. Read: https://t.co/s8o4aRXkfO #ivorytower #shame https://t.co/uAWb2CcTHO
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SSS Embraces Anti-Science Bunk for “Sustainability”

This Thursday, the esteemed Students for a Sustainable Stanford (SSS) will hold its annual Schneider Memorial Lecture. The guest is Dr. Vandana Shiva, whom SSS describes unironically as an ...

On Jan 21, 2020
@stuartsmyth66 shared
RT @EuropaBio: "The agri-food industry and #EU #farmers are calling for clarity and science-based solutions to meet their objectives as part of the EU’s recently announced European #GreenDeal." @EURACTIV: https://t.co/qrP3fOCP8R #Biotechnology #GMO https://t.co/h1KSoAngLk
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Industry and farmers expect ‘science-based’ solutions to deliver New Green Deal

The agri-food industry and EU farmers are calling for clarity and science-based solutions to meet their objectives as part of the EU’s recently announced European Green Deal. The new plans, ...

On Jan 22, 2020
@EuropaBio shared
RT @PoleIAR: Envie de participer au Start-Up Day « Bioproduction for sustainability » ? Nous nous sommes associés à @TWB_Biotech pour vous ! C'est gratuit et c'est le 6 février à Toulouse ! En savoir plus & inscriptions : https://t.co/wieAFTx23Z #startup #bioproduction https://t.co/37rmoNDspw
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TWB® Start-Up Day

3rd edition TWB® Start-Up Day “Bioproduction for sustainability” 6 February 2020 – Toulouse, France

On Jan 19, 2020
@IAmBiotech shared
Low Carbon Aviation is Making Flying Eco-Friendly https://t.co/7UD0wdfpVj #biofuel #ecofriendly #airplane https://t.co/JI3iMovzgj
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Low Carbon Aviation is Making Flying Eco-Friendly

In the fight against climate change, attention is turning to proposals for clean-fuels legislation and the transportation sector is making promises to achieve low-carbon goals. The ...

On Jan 21, 2020
@NaturePlants shared
RT @stuartsmyth66: The first GM crop approval was in 1992. Since then, 4,349 regulatory approval decisions have been made in 70 countries. Any risks identified are deemed equivalent to existing crops. Evidence verifies the safety of GM crops. https://t.co/1EiWiCKbcm
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ISAAA Brief 54-2018: Executive Summary

75.0 Maize, soybeans, cotton, canola, sugar beets, alfalfa, papaya, squash, potatoes, apples 2 Brazil* 51.3 Soybeans, maize, cotton, sugarcane 3 Argentina* 23.9 Soybeans, maize, cotton 4 ...

On Jan 22, 2020
@pharminews shared
Associate Principal Scientist - Synthesis - Cheshire, England, Macclesfield - AstraZeneca https://t.co/SAj25PZZBe
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Associate Principal Scientist - Synthesis

Associate Principal Scientist - Synthesis AstraZeneca is a global, innovation-driven biopharmaceutical company where we not only focus on the discover

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On Jan 23, 2020
@gmopundit shared
RT @GlobalFarmerNet: For years, much of Africa has resisted the gene revolution. We’ve made the mistake of looking to Europe for leadership because of our colonial history and our geographic proximity. But we have a continent of malnourished people to feed. https://t.co/BD7D0ySRdo @KokuOnyi #Africa
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GM Crops: “Nigeria in perfect position to lead Africa’s biotech revolution” – Cowpea Farmer/Expert

Nigeria on the 7th of October last year reached a significant milestone when it became the first country in the world to approve Biotech (BT) Cowpea and usher the commercial release of the ...

On Jan 20, 2020
@Thesciencevort1 shared
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Native Americans did not make large-scale changes to environment prior to European contact

Contrary to long-held beliefs, humans did not make major changes to the landscape prior to European colonization, according to new research conducted in New England featuring faculty at ...

On Jan 23, 2020
@SynBioBeta shared
Decorated with vibrant colors and a retro vibe, this food truck is an eye-catching way for scientists to engage with the public about genetic modification and #foodsecurity. https://t.co/sMQ2nO3tqJ #scicomm @ScienceAlly #synbio
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The sweet side of science, ‘Modified’

Cornell’s newest science communications vehicle is retro, mobile and dishing modified munchies with a side of biotechnology knowledge. “Modified,” the Cornell Alliance for Science food ...

On Jan 24, 2020
@JonEntine shared
GMO sustainability advantage? Glyphosate spurs no-till farming, preserving soil carbon @Jon Entine https://t.co/8iJa8S0JBA
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GMO sustainability advantage? Glyphosate spurs no-till farming, preserving soil carbon

Skeptics of GMOs decry the growing practice of no-till farming and its connection to herbicide-tolerant crops. Yet, agronomists say good stewardship of glyphosate on crops gives farmers ...

On Jan 22, 2020
@SynBioBeta shared
Out of the lab and into your frying pan: the advance of #culturedmeat https://t.co/nXTJAQzcyx @ZoeCorbyn @GoodFoodInst #foodtech #futurefood #futureoffood
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Out of the lab and into your frying pan: the advance of cultured meat

In a few years meat grown from animal cells may be on our plates, a prospect that raises complex technical, social and ethical questions

On Jan 23, 2020
@klausammann shared
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GLP tackles one of the most frequently asked biotech questions: What are GMOs?

The desire to regulate genetically modified foods and products has resulted in the creation of several often contradictory definitions of GMOs.

On Jan 23, 2020
@SciDevNet shared
Farmers face up to climate risks in south Asia https://t.co/bgeB1bzV4a #ClimateChange #environnement @CGIAR #farmers #agricultural https://t.co/aMcUfqrfva
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Farmers face up to climate risks in south Asia

How are small-scale farmers mitigating the growing risks of climate change? Sanjit Baghi reports on India and Nepal.

On Jan 19, 2020
@henryimiller shared
The scientific community protests the detestable Vandana Shiva being invited to lecture at Stanford and UC Santa Cruz: https://t.co/9Ta8usxTib
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On Jan 24, 2020
@GHGGuru shared
Interested in so called “cell based meat alternatives” (aka “cultured meat”)? Read the @BioBeef blog. @ucanr https://t.co/ubdPEcjUTY
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Alternative meats and alternative statistics: What do the data say? 1 of 4

If cultured meat is to match or exceed the nutritional value of conventional meat products, nutrients found in meat not synthesized by muscle cells must be supplied as supplements in the ...

On Jan 22, 2020
@keanbirch shared
RT @ddemortain: And, it's out! My history of @usepagov and of the invention of science-based risk decision-making now available. https://t.co/MdxZXeOoER
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The Science of Bureaucracy

How the US Environmental Protection Agency designed the governance of risk and forged its legitimacy over the course of four decades. The US Environmental Protection Agency ...

On Jan 23, 2020
@NaturePlants shared
RT @forum_wales: Meet the 'star ingredient' changing fortunes in Alaska's waters: seaweed https://t.co/2KFjcn4Yaw
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Meet the 'star ingredient' changing fortunes in Alaska's waters: seaweed

Growing awareness of the climate crisis and a shift to plant-based diets have turned kelp farming into a thriving industry