Supporting two Stakeholder documents initiated by the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC)

Following the discussions at the LABIP Expert Workshop on the human microbiota and the Nagoya protocol and the publication of the outcome of the workshop in Microbial Cell Factories, LABIP has been asked to contribute to and co-sign two documents, initiated by the ICC knowingly:

  1. Implications of EU regulation 511/2014 on research on the human microbiome
  2. Promoting sustainable use and conservation of biodiversity through open exchange of Digital Sequence Information (DSI)
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