We provide insights on latest assessments in biosafety, biosecurity and responsible bioscience to stakeholders and the interested public.

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Communication with the public and
open-space biosafety

  • New methods in gene technology, advantages and risks, U. Jenal, presentation for the alumni professors of the Swiss Institute of Technology, 2020

  • New vaccines through gene technology – who is protecting the environment, U. Jenal, Gymnasium Liestal, 2019

  • New methodologies in genetic research, advantages and hazards considered, presentation to the public regarding dual use potential and biosecurity, U. Jenal, presentation as part of the initiative of the University of Zurich to foster discussion with the public, Wissen-schaf(f)t Wissen, 2018

  • Assessment, management and communication on risks related to GMOs, Ph. Stroot, Ministry of the Environment, 2012 Tunis, Tunisia

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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