16.05.2018, Plouzané (France)
Workshop EMBRC BioBank
Practical steps for facilitating the use of marine biological resources for commercial R&D in the context of new Access & Benefit Sharing legal framework (Nagoya Protocol)
This workshop takes place in the frame of the the European Marine Biological Resource Centre - EMBRC BioBank project (EBB), aiming to remove barriers accessing bioresources. The coming workshop will connect companies, marine culture collections/biobanks and Access and Benefit Sharing (ABS) National Contact Points. The knowledge, issues and needs of companies regarding ABS regulation will be discussed, and flagship use-cases proposed by companies themselves will be selected and beta-tested for them by the EBB partners in the light of the ABS framework.
Published on: 2018-05-15
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