Creating Responsible BioeconomiesThere is a need for the discussion of RRI in advanced biotechnology to be expanded to include the holistic concept of bioeconomy. In a series of future events, SYNENERGENE will take aspects of the bioeconomy into account. More
#SynbioForum: Read Rathenau's Storify of the event!Curious to know what happened at the #SynbioForum? Want to see some pictures? Read the Rathenau Institute's great summary of all tweets. Go to Storify
iGEMer’s Guide to the FutureThe iGEMer’s Guide to the Future is an interactive web-based tool that supports iGEM teams in their integrated human practices work and to do responsible research and innovation. More
Responsible Research and Innovation in Synthetic BiologySynenergene was a four-years project supported by the European Commission, aiming to establish an open dialogue concerning the potential benefits and risks of synthetic biology. The project ended in 2017. read more
Join us in examining the frontiers of genome engineering and synthesis. Across two days, we will explore topics including the application of synthetic biology in healthcare, tools and technologies, ethics, regulation and investment.
The German Network-Forum for Biodiversity Research (NeFo) is the national focal point for scientists, policy-makers and other stakeholders working in the field of biodiversity research and policies.
The 2016 annual meeting of the German Ethics Council will focus on "Genome Editing" and will be held on 22 June 2016 in Berlin.
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The Center for Philosophy of Science organizes this workshop to look at "the new engineering paradigm in biology".
To celebrate the launch of STS Austria, a new professional organization for Science and Technology Studies (STS) scholars, the international conference "Living in Techn
This conference, which aims to be a debate forum in which to discuss and exchange Synthetic Biology ideas with international scientific leaders experts in different subdisciplines of the field, is organised by B-Debate and Pompeu Fabra University,
The conference investigates the implications of viewing new technologies as a form of social experimentation. What does it mean to view new technologies as social experiments? How can such experiments be governed?