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24/08/2017

Dr Tony Pustovrh worked as an assistant professor at the Fa

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02/06/2017

The Convention on Biodiversity is inviting governments, indigenous peoples and local communities

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02/06/2017

The Convention on Biological Diversity invites any expert and stakeholder to submit information

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22/05/2017

On 19 May 2017, an international jury selected three winners of the Bio Art and Design Awards at

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15/05/2017

The National Academies Press released a prepublication of the report on “Human Genome Editing: S

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15/05/2017

The Swiss Academies of Arts and Sciences just released the report “Misuse potential and biosecur

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10/10/2016

SYNENERGENE is proud to sponsor the 8th annual meeting of the

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05/08/2016

The European Medicines Agency (EMA) has published a

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29/07/2016

Experts claim that synthetic biology is holding promises for the bioeconomy.

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27/07/2016

The Office of Technology Assessment at the German Bundestag (TAB) announces a public panel debat

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20/04/2016

TAB, the Office of Technology Assessment at the German Bundestag, has published an English summa

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24/03/2016

Responsible Research and Innovation (

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12/02/2016

The Working Group on Ethics in Research and Medicine of the Commission of the Bishops' Conferenc

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09/02/2016

The National Instute for Public Health and the Environment (RIVM) of the Netherlands, resorting

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26/01/2016

By blowing extremely small bubbles, researchers from the Kavli Institute of Nanoscience at Delft University of Technology (TU Delft) have found an efficient way of producing so-called liposomes – very small bubble-like structures often used to deliver medicine, but also key to generating artificial cells. The scientists publish their findings in the online edition of Nature Communications on Friday 22 January.

Read more at: http://phys.org/news/2016-01-closer-artificial-cell-divisionby.html#jCp

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15/01/2016

A new book in Springer's "Ethics of Science and Technology Assessment" series deals with the soc

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14/12/2015

Synthetic biology keeps making news, and the SYNENERGENE newsletter comes in an extra long versi

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03/11/2015

Cargill recently introduced the new zero-calorie sweetener Eversweet, produced by adding a few g

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27/10/2015

Recently, US company Cargill has presented its new "

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18/09/2015

Targeted cancer treatments, toxicity sensors and living factories: synthetic biology has the pot

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27/08/2015

Hailed for its simplicity and versatility, CRISPR allows scientists to make specific changes to

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