Establishing high-level evidence for the safety and efficacy of medical devices and systems

18 Oct Establishing high-level evidence for the safety and efficacy of medical devices and systems

Royal Academy of Engineering (UK) (RAEng) 2013 A summary of a roundtable forum held on 16 January 2013 hosted by the Royal Academy of Engineering and The Academy of Medical Sciences.
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18 Oct Perspectives on Biotechnology Communication. Controversies – Contexts – Formats2

National Academy of Science and Engineering (acatech) 2012 Biotechnology, and genetic engineering in particular, have been a point of focus for public debate in Germany for almost 40 years. However, controversy in social and academic settings centres around specific application rather than on the theory...
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18 Oct Value created from productive oceans in 2050/ English

Norwegian Academy of Technological Sciences (NTVA) 2012 The report presents a summary of the potentials for marine industries in Norway. The scale of value generation in marine sector in 2050 is estimated to of the order 70 billion EUR.
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18 Oct Food from the Ocean – Norway’s Opportunities/ English

Norwegian Academy of Technological Sciences (NTVA) 2013 The volume contains the written version of the talks presented at a symposium with the title « Food from the Ocean – Norway’s Opportunities ».
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18 Oct Manufacturing and its Prospects

Irish Academy of Engineering (IAE) 2015 John Mc Gowan, President (IAE)- 2015 Paper presented at the Dublin Economics Workshop 2015. Concentrated on future prospects for pharma and biotech industries and support environment required.
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18 Oct Biotechnology for all

Swiss Academy of Engineering Sciences (SATW) 2015 Biotechnological research is no longer limited to specialist laboratories: a growing community of biologists, amateur enthusiasts and technophiles is experimenting in kitchens, workshops and DIY laboratories. Some people view the democratisation of biotechnology as a threat, others as...
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18 Oct Renewable instead of fossil resources

Swiss Academy of Engineering Sciences (SATW) 2015 The current price of oil lessens the urgency of replacing fossil with renewable base materials. Yet due to oil’s finite nature, one day this replacement will become inevitable. Addressing this issue today, launching and intensifying research and development...
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18 Oct White biotechnology and synthetic biology

National Academy of Technologies of France (NATF) 2012 Biotechnology is the application of S&T to living organisms. White biotechnology (Bio-Based Industries – BBl) uses renewable carbon sources  in fermentation processes to produce food compounds, fuels, specialties and chemical commodities, and plastics.  Synthetic biology (SB) introduces...
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18 Oct Synthetic biology and (white) industrial biotechnologies (Advice) – (Report only in French)

National Academy of Technologies of France (NATF) 2012 Biotechnology is the application of S&T to living organisms. White biotechnology (Bio-Based Industries – BBl) uses renewable carbon-sources in fermentation-processes to produce food compounds, fuels, specialties and chemical commodities, and plastics.  Synthetic biology (SB) introduces engineering principles...
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