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Sustainability

On May 13, 2020
@IndBiotechEU shared
RT @EFIBconference: The journey to #EFIB2020 starts now! Check out the latest updates on the conference programme & join our #SustainabilityDialogues in the lead up to EFIB 2020 (5-6 October)! Find out more and sign up for regular updates: ▶️https://t.co/JuBzQY4wMC https://t.co/huKICaZOs6
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+++ The event journey starts now +++

+++ The event journey starts now +++

We hope you are doing well. These are challenging times for everyone doing research, innovation or business. And for sure, there is no quick return to normal for months, or even …

On May 18, 2020
@Camjenglish shared
RT @Iuisventura: Viewpoint: Expanding organic agriculture could make another pandemic more likely https://t.co/5YKeGDdXyF
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Viewpoint: Expanding organic agriculture could make another pandemic more likely

Viewpoint: Expanding organic agriculture could make another pandemic more likely

Modern technology and agricultural intensification are the proven path to a safer future.

On May 15, 2020
@henryimiller shared
RT @JonEntine: Organic v conventional using GMOs: Which is the more sustainable farming? https://t.co/dM9FWL57kW
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Organic v conventional using GMOs: Which is the more sustainable farming?

Organic v conventional using GMOs: Which is the more sustainable farming?

The debate also has taken on ideological connotations with anti-GMO campaigners embracing organics as a symbol of ‘agro-ecological’ farming while conventional growers see …

On May 15, 2020
@Camjenglish shared
RT @GeneticLiteracy: USDA updates plant biotechnology regulations for the first time in 3 decades. https://t.co/f6yLJLGnS9 @USDA
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USDA eliminates antiquated rules for GMOs which it says will bring plant biotech regulations ‘into the 21st century’

USDA eliminates antiquated rules for GMOs which it says will bring plant biotech regulations ‘into the 21st century’

U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue announced a final rule updating and modernizing the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) biotechnology

On May 14, 2020
@pharminews shared
Head EHS Head EHS LPBN and SI - Site Visp - Visp - Lonza #jobs #pharma #hiringnow #pharmiweb https://t.co/FX5DXR4U74
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Head EHS Head EHS LPBN & SI - Site Visp

Head EHS Head EHS LPBN & SI - Site Visp

 Today Lonza is a global leader in life sciences. We are more than 15,000 employees in more than 100 locations around the world. While we work

On May 18, 2020
@SynBioBeta shared
[email protected], @GenScript and @Astarhq launch first-in-the-world SARS-CoV-2 serology test to detect neutralising antibodies without need of containment facility or specimen https://t.co/K3lkiKE55v
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Duke-NUS, GenScript and A*STAR launch first-in-the-world SARS-CoV-2 serology test to detect neutralising antibodies without need of containment facility or specimen

Duke-NUS, GenScript and A*STAR launch first-in-the-world SARS-CoV-2 serology test to detect neutralising antibodies without need of containment facility or specimen

As a first-in-the-world "rapid smart test kit", the cPass™ which can measure neutralising antibodies in an hour will be a huge boost to current COVID-19 investigations, from contact ...

On May 15, 2020
@gmopundit shared
RT @ReutersAg: EU to halve pesticides by 2030 to protect bees, biodiversity: draft https://t.co/PUjrow5cpe
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EU to halve pesticides by 2030 to protect bees, biodiversity: draft

EU to halve pesticides by 2030 to protect bees, biodiversity: draft

The European Commission is seeking to halve the use of chemical pesticides by 2030 to halt the decline of pollinators, in a plan likely to draw criticism both from those urging a phase-out ...

On May 15, 2020
@gmopundit shared
RT @markbuckingham1: More resiliance from more innovation, by me in @FarmersGuardian @FutureFarmingUK https://t.co/JSeAcc8L55
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Anti-innovation EU policy has left UK farmers out in the cold – now things can change

Anti-innovation EU policy has left UK farmers out in the cold – now things can change

The EU’s anti-innovation approach to policy making has stopped UK farmers benefitting from the latest scientific developments – but now there is an opportunity to change that, says Mark ...