Innovation System of Slovenia SLO (150 pages) SLO (and part of it ENG)

18 Oct Innovation System of Slovenia SLO (150 pages) SLO (and part of it ENG)

Engineering Academy of Slovenia (IAS) 2015 Publication of the conference with the same name organised by the Slovenian Academy of Engineering. The publication includes statements on the innovation systems in Slovenia, the Euro-CASE policy paper on European Innovation Policy, presentations of speakers at the conference...
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18 Oct Innovative system of Slovenia (252 pages) SLO

Engineering Academy of Slovenia (IAS) 2016 Following one of the main projects if IAS, IAS has made and published the Analysis of Sustainable Development of Slovenia, Analysis of Educational System in Slovenia, Analysis of Research, Development and innovative achievements of Slovenia. It includes recommendations for...
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18 Oct Statements on Technical Education in Slovenia (5 pages) SLO

Engineering Academy of Slovenia (IAS) 2016 Statements and recommendations on technical education in Slovenia from high school to university education is a product of the IAS working group for education. The statements were designed through the process of 2 thematic evenings and a final round...
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18 Oct Biotechnologies and Environnent (92 pages)

National Academy of Technologies of France (NATF) 2010 This study examines the impacts on the environment of implementing biotechnologies, viz; those technologies that rely on certain properties of micro-organisms, animal or vegetable cells, cell constituents, notably enzymes, in order to create new products, new production...
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18 Oct Municipal Solid Waste: What to do with the biodegradables?

Belgium Academies (ARB) 2010 Geen abstract, enkel deze draak van een samenvatting: The paper deals with the biodegradable part of waste generated by citizens in urban environments. This is essentially household waste and gardening waste. Assimilated to this category of waste is almost all that...
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18 Oct Biotechnological Energy Conversion – Present Situation, Opportunities and the Research Required in the Future

National Academy of Science and Engineering (acatech) 2009 What will come after fossil fuels? Against the backdrop of the current discourse on the expanded use of biomass for energy generation, acatech, the German Academy of Science and Engineering, examines the numerous questions entailed therein with...
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18 Oct Predictive Genetic Diagnostics as an Instrument for the Prevention of Illnesses

National Academy of Science and Engineering (acatech) 2010 The early diagnosis of treatable illnesses plays an ever greater role in modern medicine. Predictive genetic diagnostics in conjunction with rapidly developing analytical methods and the sequencing of entire genomes presents uncharted territory in this respect. A...
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18 Oct Pre-Implantation Diagnostics (PID) – the Impact of a Limited Approval in Germany

National Academy of Science and Engineering (acatech) 2011 Pre-implantation diagnostics (PID) is a diagnosis procedure that makes it possible for parents, who have a high risk of giving birth to a child with a serious hereditary disease, to give birth to a child who is...
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18 Oct Biotechnologies, tomorrow

National Academy of Technologies of France (NATF) 2010 It is generally recognized that biotechnologies will be one of the major basis for the 21st century sustainable development. This report proposes six priorities in France integrating industrial and agricultural activities. 1. Application of biotechnologies should extend...
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18 Oct Synthetic Biology: scope, applications and implications

Royal Academy of Engineering (UK) (RAEng) 2009 This report aims to define the term ‘synthetic biology’, review the state of the field and consider potential future developments and their likely technological, economic and societal impact. It also attempts to assess the requirements for the development...
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