On 24-25 April 2017, SYNENERGENE organised a workshop on Mutual Learning in Synthetic Biology: POLICY IMPLICATIONS OF RRI in Brussels. The workshop offered a platform for exchange on experiences and perspectives from the SYNENERGENE project.
On Friday, December 9th 2016, a multimedia event for the general public titled "Synthetic biology: bioreality and biofiction" took place at the Faculty of Social Sciences in Ljubljana in the scope of the EU 7th Framework programme "SYNENERGENE: Responsible Research and Innovation in Synthetic Biology" project.
TAB, the Office of Technology Assessment at the German Bundestag, has analysed the safety and security issues of synthetic biology as well as the involvement of societal stakeholders a
This transatlantic exchange of perspectives on bioeconomy notions was organised by KIT-ITAS and TU Darmstadt in collaboration with the Royal Flemish Academy of Belgium for Sciences and Arts and took place in Brussels at the Palace of the Academies on October 8 & 9, 2015. The workshop brought together European and U.S. experts from the fields of policymaking, industry and civil society organisations discussing different stakeholder perspectives on bioeconomic notions, expectations and future challenges.
This report focuses on task 6.2, conducted by Zebralog, University of Southern Denmark (SDU) and Karlsruhe Institute of Technology. It includes the assessment of online public opinion about SynBio (synthetic biology) by identifying actors and arenas in the online sphere that “talk” about that topic.
This report, edited by Rinie van Est and Dirk Stemerding (Rathenau Instituut), is the results of the project ‘Making Perfect Life’ that was conducted for the Science and Technology Options Assessment (STOA) Panel of the European Parliament.
Karlsruhe, 16.09.2015. New technologies have often been accompanied by fear and skepticism on the part of the public.
Videos from the colloquium "Biologie de synthèse/ Biologie de garage", held in Paris on June 26th, 2015, are available online, together
The session with the title "Public engagement with synthetic biology" took place on June 13th, 2015, at Ecsite'
BIO∙FICTION Science Art Film Festival was a three-day event hosted by Biofaction KG as part of the SYNENERGENE project from 23-25 October 2014 at the Museum of Natural History in Vienna, Austria.
A new report from the Secretariat of the United Nations Convention on Biological Diversity discusses synthetic biology's impacts on biodiversity and the adequacy of current risk assessment and regulatory schemes in order to assess the impact of t
Presentations from the workshop "The nuts and bolts of bioengineered systems", organised under the aegis of the SynBio working group of the EC-US Task Force in Biotechnology at the University of Valencia, Spain, are available online.
Piksel is an electronic music and art festival that takes places every year in the city of Bergen, Norway.
In December 2013, researchers at Agro Paris Tech (Morgan Meyer) and CNRS (Perig Pitrou) in collaboration with LaPaillase organized a one day workshop entitled “What can do-it-yourself biology do?”.
This SYNENERGENE workshop on “Responsible Research and Innovation in Synthetic Biology” took place at the Schader-Forum, Darmstadt (Germany), on 23 - 25 June 2014.
Christopher Coenen from ITAS/KIT and Franc Mali and Toni Pustovrh from the University of Ljubljana attended the SYNBIOREG symposium in Brnik, Slovenia.
Members of the Slovenian partner University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Social Sciences, attended the annual conference on Critical Issues in Science and Technology Studies, organized by the Institute for Advanced Studies on Science, Technology and
The latest OECD report on synthetic biology dealing with "Emerging Policy Issues in Synthetic Biology" appeared on June 4, 2014.
There has been little change in public awareness of either synthetic biology or nanotechnology since previous surveys, according to this 2013 poll of more than 800 U.S. adults.
The Germany-based Testbiotech group - Institute of Independent Impact Assessment on Biotechnology - has recently published a report on the future of genetically engineered organisms, new synthetic genome technologies and the planned free trade ag