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Mentoring and training of biorisk management
advisors and train the trainer courses

  • Setting of and managing efficient Institutional Biosafety Committees, Ph. Stroot, 2-day workshops, Pakistan Biological Safety Association, 2018

  • Biosafety and biosecurity awareness, Ph. Stroot et al., 4-day workshops, Pakistan Biological Biosafety Association, 2013-2015

  • The Biosafety Professional, the expert to advise on and promote the implementation and the improvement of biosafety and biosecurity management in an institution, U. Jenal, 2nd Annual International Symposium “Biosecurity and Biosafety: future trends and solutions”, October 2010, Milano, Italy

  • Best Practice and Professional Responsibility in Biosecurity/Biosafety, The Initiatives of the European Biosafety Association, U. Jenal, Sustainable Scientists Engagement Worldwide, Opportunities to Prevent Proliferation by Enhancing Best Practice and Professional Responsibility, 26 Oct. 2009, G8GP Working Group, Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Landau Network Centro Volta, Rome, Italy

  • The Biosafety Officer -A Networking Expert, U. Jenal, 2008 Belgian Biosafety Symposium ‘The biosafety professional: roles and interactions in a complex network’, Belgian Biosafety Professionals, 11 Dec. 2008, Leuven, Belgium

Biorisk management advisors as gatekeepers of sustainable biotechnology

November 03 2021
Fostering biotechnology to achieve sustainable development goals needs sound biological risk assessment and mitigation to stay within the limits of safety and security of people and the environment.

Highlights of the World Vaccine Congress Europe 19-21 October 2021 in Barcelona

October 26 2021
Thanks to the tremendous efforts of Terrapinn UK the 2021 World Vaccine Congress Europe could take place on site. Highlights related to the COVID-19 pandemic and other vaccines are summarized below.

Gene technology for sustainable development

July 12 2021
Gene technology for sustainable development: a genetically modified Saccharomyces cerevisiae to produce ethanol from toxified lignocellulosic feedstocks
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