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CAS conducts research in basic and technological sciences, provides Chinese policy makers with scientific data and advice, and undertakes government-assigned projects with regard to key science and technology problems in the process of social and economic development. Division within CAS with a role or interest in biosecurity: International Cooperation
- July 15, 2010
DIYbio.org is an organization dedicated to making biology an accessible pursuit for citizen scientists, amateur biologists and biological engineers who value openness and safety. This will require mechanisms for amateurs to increase their knowledge and skills, access to a community of experts, the development of a code of ethics, responsible oversight, and leadership on issues Read More »
Code of Ethics: DIY Bio Codes of Ethics
DIYbio.org organized a series of congresses in 2011, where we brought together delegates from regional groups in North America and Europe to collaborate on the development of a DIYbio code that may serve as a framework for helping us achieve a vibrant, productive and safe global community of DIYbio practitioners, regional groups, and community labs.
- January 18, 2012
IBS, Universiti Putra Malaysia was established in 1996 to enhance biology research and development (R&D) in Malaysia. The institute operates research laboratories in enzyme & microbial technology, molecular & cell biology, and natural products.
- July 19, 2010
The International Council for the Life Sciences (ICLS) is a non-profit, non-partisan organization dedicated to enhancing global biological security and safety and reducing the risks of the misuse of the life sciences. Founded in December 2005, the membership-based ICLS provides a forum for the sustained engagement of the life sciences community and governments on a Read More »
Code of Ethics: International Council for The Life Sciences (ICLS) Charter
- July 8, 2010
The establishment of the International Biosafety Working Group (IBWG) was initiated in the fall of 2001 in response to the identification of a need for an international forum to discuss a wide range of important biosafety issues. It was a time of unparalleled change and challenge for the biosafety profession. The recent bioterrorism letter incidents Read More »
- April 12, 2011