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    New York :Nova Science Publishers, Incorporated,
    Keywords: Electronic books.
    Type of Medium: Online Resource
    Pages: 1 online resource (742 pages)
    Edition: 1st ed.
    ISBN: 9781536192940
    Series Statement: Environmental Research Advances Series
    Language: English
    Note: Intro -- Contents -- Preface -- Chapter 1 -- General Consideration -- Toxicological Abbreviations -- Toxicology 1 -- Toxicology 2 -- Toxicology 3 -- Toxicology 4 -- Toxicology 5 -- Toxicology 6 -- Chapter 2 -- Detailed Classification -- Academy of Toxicology -- Aflatoxin -- Agent Orange -- Air Pollution -- Air Pollution Control -- Air Toxics/Toxic Air -- Antidote -- Antitoxin -- Biological Agents, Toxins -- Board of Toxicology -- Carcinogen -- Center for Toxicology -- Chemical and Biological Terrorism -- Chemical Pollution -- Chemical Toxicology -- Chemical Warfare Agents 1 -- Chemical Warfare Agents 2 -- Chemical Waste -- Chemical Weapon -- Clinical Toxicology -- College of Toxicology -- Cyanide -- Cytotoxic -- Dangerous Drug -- Dangerous to Life or Health Concentrations (IDLH) -- Dangerous Substance -- Detoxification -- Drug Safety -- Drug Toxicity/Drug and Poison -- Ecotoxicology 1 -- Ecotoxicology 2 -- European Center for Toxicology and Toxicology of Chemicals -- Emergency Response -- Enterotoxin -- EU Chemicals Regulatory -- Registration-No. -- Other Related Abbreviations -- Exotoxin -- Food Safety -- Forensic Toxicology -- Fungicides -- Hazardous Waste 1 -- Hazardous Waste 2 -- Herbicides -- Industrial Pollution -- Insecticides -- Institute of Toxicology -- Journals of Environmental Pollution -- Journals of Environmental Toxicology -- Journals of Pharmacology and Toxicology -- Journals of Toxicology -- Laboratory of Toxicology -- Lead Poisoning -- Marine Pollution -- Material Safety -- Medical Toxicology -- Medicine and Toxicology -- Mustard Agent -- National Center/Institute of Toxicology -- Nephrotoxic -- Nerve Agent -- Ocean Pollution -- Oil Pollution -- Pesticides 1 -- Pesticides 2 -- Poison -- Poison Center -- Pollutant -- Pollution Control -- Pollution Prevention -- Radioactive Waste -- Regional Pollution. , Research and Experiment in Toxicology -- Research Safety -- Rodenticides -- Safety -- Safety and Health -- Society of Toxicology -- Substance Abuse and Mental Health -- Therapeutic Toxicology and Chemotherapy -- Tobacco Toxicity -- Toxic and Addicting Drugs -- Amphetamine -- Buprenorphine -- Cannabinoid -- Cannabis -- Cocaine -- Ecstasy -- Hallucinogen -- Heroine -- Methadone -- Morphine -- Opioid Drugs/ Opium/…. -- Stimulants -- Toxic and Hazardous Waste -- Toxic Chemicals -- Toxic Drug -- Toxic Gas -- Toxic Material -- Toxic Shock -- Toxic Substance -- Toxic Waste -- Toxicity -- Toxicity and Assessment of Chemical Mixtures -- Toxicity Testing -- Toxicological Abbreviations -- Toxicologist -- Toxicology Association -- Toxicology Data -- Toxicology Division -- Toxicology Information -- Toxicology Programs -- Toxicology Research -- Toxicology Studies -- Toxin -- Toxoid -- Botulism -- Tetanus -- Venom -- Waste Management -- Waste Prevention -- Waste Recycling -- Waste Safety -- Waste Water -- Water Pollution -- Chapter 3 -- Environmental Dictionary -- Environmental Abbreviations -- Environmental Academy -- Environmental Administration -- Environmental Affairs -- Environmental Agency -- Environmental Alliance -- Environmental Analysis -- Environmental Assessment -- Environmental Assistance -- Environmental Association -- Environmental Authority -- Environmental Biology -- Environmental Biotechnology -- Environmental Board -- Environmental Bureau -- Environmental Business -- Environmental Center -- Environmental Club -- Environmental College -- Environmental Commission -- Environmental Committee -- Environmental Community -- Environmental Company -- Environmental Conference -- Aerospace Materials, Processes, and Environmental Technology (Conference) -- Environmental Congress -- Environmental Conservation -- Environmental Cooperation. , Environmental Corporation -- Environmental Council -- Environmental Data -- Environmental Degree/Certificate -- Environmental Certificate -- Environmental Department -- Environmental Design -- Environmental Development -- Environmental Document -- Environmental Economics -- Environmental Education -- Environmental Emergency -- Environmental Enforcement -- Environmental Engineering -- Environmental Ethics -- Environmental Executive -- Environmental Facility -- Environmental Federation -- Environmental Finance -- Environmental Forum -- Environmental Foundation -- Environmental Fund -- Environmental Group -- Environmental Hazard -- Environmental Health and Safety -- Environmental Health and Toxicology 1 -- Environmental Health and Toxicology 2 -- Environmental Hygiene -- Environmental Information -- Environmental Institute -- Environmental Laboratory -- Environmental Law -- Environmental League -- Environmental Movement -- Environmental Library -- Environmental Management -- Environmental Medicine -- Environmental Monitoring -- Environmental Network -- Environmental Office -- Environmental Oncogenes -- Environmental Organization -- Environmental Park -- Environmental Performance -- Environmental Policy -- Environmental Politics -- Environmental Pollution -- Environmental Preservation -- Environmental Product -- Environmental Program -- Environmental Project -- Environmental Protection -- EPA Acronyms -- Environmental Publication -- Environmental Quality -- Environmental Region -- District Environment -- Environmental Regulation -- Environmental Report -- Environmental Resources -- Environmental Restoration -- Environmental Safety -- Environmental Sanitation -- Environmental School -- Environmental Science -- Environmental Security -- Environmental Service -- Environmental Society -- Environmental Standards -- Environmental Studies. , Environmental Support -- Environmental Survey -- Environmental Symposium -- Environmental System -- Environmental Technology -- Environmental Toxicology -- Environmental Unit -- Environmental Waste -- Local Environment -- Chapter 4 -- Geographical Consideration -- African Environment -- American Environmental Abbreviations -- American Toxicology -- Environmental Abbreviations in Asia -- Environmental Abbreviations in Australia -- Environmental Abbreviations in California -- Environmental Abbreviations in Canada -- Ontario -- Environmental Abbreviations in China -- Environmental Abbreviations in England -- Environmental Abbreviations in Europe -- Environmental Abbreviations in France -- Environmental Abbreviations in India -- Indian -- Environmental Abbreviations in Ireland -- Environmental Abbreviations in Japan -- Environmental Abbreviations in New York -- Environmental Abbreviations in New Zealand -- European Environmental Abbreviations -- Environmental Abbreviations in UK -- Environmental Abbreviations in USA -- French Environmental Abbreviations -- German Environmental Abbreviations -- Italian Environmental Abbreviations -- Environment International -- Regional Environment -- Spanish Environmental Abbreviations -- Environmental Abbreviations in Other Countries -- Austria -- Belgium -- Denmark -- Finland -- Greece -- Hungary -- Netherlands -- Norway -- Poland -- Romania -- Sweden -- Swiss -- Switzerlamd -- Toxicologie -- Toxicology in America -- Toxicology in Europe -- Toxicology in France -- French Toxicology Abbreviations -- Toxicology in Germany -- 1. (kliphatox.charite.de)/Institut für Klinische Pharmakologie und Toxikologie [Institute of Clinical Pharmacology and Toxicology] -- 2. (master-toxikologie.charite.de) -- 3. Legende/Abkürzungen [Legend/Abbreviation] -- Toxicology in Italy -- 1. Indici Tossicologici [Toxicological Indices]. , 2. Le Sigle Che Identificano i Soggetti Testati Sono [The Acronyms That Identify the Tested Subjects Are]: -- 3. Abbreviazioni/Abbreviations -- Toxicology International -- Toxicology in the United Kingdom -- Toxicology in Other Countries -- Australia -- Canada -- Japan -- References -- About the Author -- Blank Page.
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  • 2
    Keywords: Biology -- Research. ; Life sciences. ; Electronic books.
    Type of Medium: Online Resource
    Pages: 1 online resource (546 pages)
    Edition: 1st ed.
    ISBN: 9780309571098
    DDC: 570
    Language: English
    Note: The Life Sciences -- Copyright -- PREFACE -- CONTENTS -- MAJOR CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS -- PROLOGUE -- RECOMMENDATIONS -- Population Problems -- The Environment -- Health -- Agriculture -- The Academic Endeavor in the Life Sciences -- INSTITUTIONAL SUPPORT PROGRAMS -- GRADUATE EDUCATION IN THE LIFE SCIENCES -- STIPENDS -- CURRICULA -- MEDICAL STUDENTS -- TECHNICAL ASSISTANTS -- POSTDOCTORAL EDUCATION -- RESEARCH SUPPORT -- FEDERAL RESEARCH-SUPPORTING AGENCIES -- SPECIALIZED FACILITIES -- INSTRUMENTS -- COMPUTERS -- LABORATORIES -- Museums -- Marine Biology Stations -- Biological Information -- CHAPTER ONE FRONTIERS OF BIOLOGY -- THE LANGUAGE OF LIFE -- The Genetic Material -- PROTEIN SYNTHESIS -- THE LIFE AND TIMES OF A CELL -- The Energy for Cell Work -- PHOTOSYNTHESIS -- Metabolism -- METABOLIC PATHWAYS -- METABOLIC CONTROLS -- ACTIVE TRANSPORT -- ENZYMES -- SUBCELLULAR ORGANELLES -- Cell Division -- DEVELOPMENT OF AN ORGANISM -- Development of the Nervous System -- Plant Embryogenesis -- Animal Viruses -- FORM AND FUNCTION -- Muscular Contraction -- THE CONSTANCY OF THE Milieu Interieur -- Endocrines -- PLANT AND INSECT HORMONES -- THE NERVOUS SYSTEM -- The Neuron -- SIGNALING IN NEURONS-THE TRANSFER OF INFORMATION -- INITIATION OF IMPULSE ACTIVITY AT SENSE ORGANS -- The Central Nervous System -- SMALL BRAINS -- LARGER BRAINS -- INTERCALATED SYSTEMS: HOMEOSTATIC REGULATION -- BEHAVIOR -- Evolution, Inheritance, and the Development of Behavior -- Physiological Analysis of Behavior -- ORIENTATION AND HOMING -- Learning and Memory -- ECOLOGY -- Some Areas of Ecological Research -- ENVIRONMENTAL CHALLENGES TO INDIVIDUAL ORGANISMS -- THE ABUNDANCE OF LIVING THINGS -- SPECIES INTERACTIONS -- ENERGY FLOW IN ECOSYSTEMS -- STABILITY AND DIVERSITY -- THE ORIGIN OF LIFE -- HEREDITY AND EVOLUTION -- Population Genetics-An Extension of Mendelism. , Cytogenetics -- HUMAN CYTOGENETICS -- Polymorphism -- Some Recent Accomplishments -- THE DIVERSITY OF LIFE -- What Is a Species? -- Origins of Species -- Origin of Higher Groups -- Extinction -- Diversity and the Conceptual Framework of Biology -- CHAPTER TWO BIOLOGY IN THE SERVICE OF MAN -- BIOLOGICAL RESEARCH AND MEDICAL PRACTICE -- The National Health -- Diagnosis, Disease, and Drugs -- SULFONAMIDES AND ANTIMETABOLITES -- ANTIBIOTICS -- VIRAL DISEASES -- CANCER THERAPY -- GOUT -- GENETIC DISEASES -- THE IMMUNE SYSTEM -- TISSUE TRANSPLANTATION -- CARDIAC DISORDERS -- Population Control -- The Early and Latter Years of Life -- ON FEEDING MAN -- Crop Yields -- GENETICS AND AGRICULTURAL PRACTICE -- Agricultural Practice -- Animal Science -- MAN AND HIS ENVIRONMENT -- Water Supplies -- Air -- Food and Drugs -- RENEWABLE RESOURCES -- Role of Science in the Management of Renewable Resources -- Principles of Management -- Environmental Management -- AGRICULTURE -- FORESTRY -- FISHERIES -- WILDLIFE -- RECREATION -- URBAN AND RURAL DEVELOPMENT -- INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGY -- Pharmaceuticals -- Food -- Pesticides -- Fermentation Industry -- Instrumentation -- CHAPTER THREE THE WORLD OF BIOLOGICAL RESEARCH -- WHERE LIFE SCIENTISTS WORK -- MOBILITY OF LIFE SCIENTISTS -- PREVIOUS EDUCATION OF WORKING LIFE SCIENTISTS -- POSTDOCTORAL TRAINING -- EDUCATIONAL LIMITATIONS -- WITH WHAT MATERIALS DO LIFE SCIENTISTS WORK? -- WITH WHAT SPECIES DO LIFE SCIENTISTS WORK? -- WHAT FACILITIES AND TOOLS DO LIFE SCIENTISTS USE? -- Specialized Biological Research Facilities -- Major Instruments -- THE RESEARCH GROUP -- WHAT DO LIFE SCIENTISTS DO? -- FINANCIAL SUPPORT OF RESEARCH IN THE LIFE SCIENCES -- Utilization of Research Grants -- Research Support as a Function of the Investigator's Age -- RESEARCH INSTITUTES -- NATURAL HISTORY MUSEUMS -- BIOLOGICAL DISCIPLINES. , CHAPTER FOUR THE ACADEMIC ENDEAVOR IN THE LIFE SCIENCES -- ACADEMIC DEPARTMENTS -- The Life Sciences Faculty -- UNFILLED FACULTY POSITIONS -- Graduate Education in the Life Sciences -- CAPACITY OF THE CURRENT GRADUATE EDUCATION SYSTEM -- STUDENT STIPENDS -- Postdoctoral Fellows -- FINANCING POSTDOCTORAL EDUCATION -- FOREIGN POSTDOCTORALS -- FOREIGN INTERNS AND RESIDENTS -- Laboratory Space -- The Tools of Biological Research -- SPECIALIZED RESEARCH FACILITIES -- UTILIZATION OF RESEARCH INSTRUMENTS -- MEDICAL SCHOOLS AS RESEARCH AND EDUCATIONAL ENTERPRISES -- Medical Students in Research -- AGRICULTURAL SCHOOLS AS RESEARCH AND EDUCATIONAL ENTERPRISES -- FINANCING ACADEMIC RESEARCH IN THE LIFE SCIENCES -- Faculty Salaries -- CHAPTER FIVE REQUIREMENTS FOR THE FUTURE OF THE ACADEMIC ENDEAVOR IN THE LIFE SCIENCES -- INDIVIDUAL SCIENTISTS -- Academic Scientists -- Nonacademic Scientists -- Personal Constraints on Research -- Specialized Facilities -- Instrumentation -- DEPARTMENT CHAIRMEN -- Specialized Facilities -- Instrumentation -- Improvement and Expansion of the Academic Research Endeavor -- Expansion of the Graduate Education Endeavor -- NATIONAL CONSIDERATIONS -- Museums -- In Conclusion -- CHAPTER SIX EDUCATION IN BIOLOGY -- ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY EDUCATION -- UNIVERSITY EDUCATION -- The Setting -- Undergraduate Curricula -- The Teaching of Biology -- TEACHING AS AN ACTIVITY -- REWARDS FOR TEACHING -- NEW METHODS OF TEACHING -- THE TRAINING AND RETRAINING OF TEACHERS -- BIOLOGY AND LIBERAL EDUCATION -- Research Training: Graduate Education in the Life Sciences -- THE INSTITUTIONAL SYSTEM: FUNCTIONS AND DIVERSITY -- THE STUDENT POPULATION: SIZE, ATTRITION, LOCATION -- FINANCIAL SUPPORT OF THE GRADUATE STUDENT AND HIS EDUCATION -- THE GRADUATE PROGRAM -- THE FUTURE OF GRADUATE PROGRAMS -- CHAPTER SEVEN DIGITAL COMPUTERS IN THE LIFE SCIENCES. , GENERAL FACTS ABOUT COMPUTER USAGE -- THE STATE OF COMPUTER APPLICATION IN THE LIFE SCIENCES -- Extent of Use -- Types of Use -- Computer Use in Research Areas of the Life Sciences -- The Growth of Computer Usage -- Institutional Arrangements for Computer Use -- Funding of Computer Use -- CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS -- CHAPTER EIGHT COMMUNICATION IN THE LIFE SCIENCES -- SPECIAL PROBLEMS IN HANDLING BIOLOGICAL INFORMATION -- USERS OF BIOLOGICAL INFORMATION -- INFORMAL INFORMATION TRANSFER -- Meetings -- Informal Publications and Correspondence -- PRIMARY PUBLICATION -- The Journal -- New Forms of Primary Publication -- Future Forms of Primary Publication -- The International Literature -- REVIEW ARTICLES AND DATA COMPILATION -- SECONDARY INFORMATION SERVICES -- Functions and Desirable Characteristics of a Secondary Service -- SPECIALIZED INFORMATION CENTERS -- LIBRARIES -- LOOKING FORWARD -- CHAPTER NINE BIOLOGY AND THE FUTURE OF MAN -- THE NATURE OF MAN -- THE GREAT HAZARDS -- War -- Man and His Environment -- The Size of Human Populations -- FOOD PRODUCTION: THE SHORT-TERM PROBLEM -- POPULATION CONTROL: THE LONG-TERM PROBLEM -- Guarding the Genetic Quality of Man -- THE OPPORTUNITIES -- Biology and Medicine -- MOLECULAR DISEASES -- INFECTIOUS DISEASES -- TRANSPLANTATION AND ARTIFICIAL ORGANS -- THE ETHICS OF TERMINAL MEDICAL CARE -- GENETIC DISEASES -- REGENERATION -- THE DELIVERY OF MEDICAL CARE -- Early Environmental Influences -- Controlled Sex Determination -- Differential Fertility -- Selection and the Variability of Man -- APPENDIX A METHODOLOGY: SURVEY OF INDIVIDUAL LIFE SCIENTISTS -- POPULATION SELECTION -- DATA ANALYSIS: DEFINITIONS AND TABULATION CONSTRAINTS -- Definitions -- Constraints -- SUBCATEGORY LISTINGS REQUIRED TO ANSWER QUESTIONS 18 AND 19 -- VALIDITY OF THE RESPONDENT POPULATION. , APPENDIX B METHODOLOGY: SURVEY OF ACADEMIC LIFE SCIENCE DEPARTMENTS -- SOURCE OF DEPARTMENTAL MAILING LIST -- POPULATION SELECTION -- Definition of a Department -- Exclusion Criteria -- DATA ANALYSIS -- Definitions and Coding Restrictions -- SPECIAL DEFINITIONS -- PANELS AND CONTRIBUTORS -- PANELS OF THE COMMITTEE ON RESEARCH IN THE LIFE SCIENCES -- Origins of Life -- Molecular Biology -- The Materials of Life and Their Transformations -- Cellular and Subcellular Structure and Function -- Developmental Biology -- Function of Tissues and Organs -- Anatomical Sciences -- Structure and Function of the Nervous System -- Behavioral Biology -- Ecology -- Evolutionary Mechanisms and Population Biology -- The Diversity of Life -- Biological Science and the Production of Food and Fiber -- Biological Science and the Advancement of Medicine -- Human Development and Changes With Time -- Biology and Industrial Technology -- Biology and Education -- Biology and Renewable Resources -- Biology and the Future of Man -- The Role of Computers in the Life Sciences -- Environmental Health -- Biology and National Defense -- INDIVIDUAL CONTRIBUTORS TO LIFE SCIENCES STUDY -- COUNCIL ON BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES INFORMATION.
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  • 3
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    German Federal Institute of Hydrology
    In:  [Proceedings]
    Publication Date: 2022-02-07
    Type: Proceedings , NonPeerReviewed
    Format: text
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    Wuppertal : Wuppertal Institute for Climate, Environment and Energy | Wuppertal : Wuppertal Institut für Klima, Umwelt, Energie
    Publication Date: 2022-02-18
    Description: This paper aims to provide a comprehensive background and overview of key issues, debates and positions related to the international regulation and application of intellectual property rights over biological resources, including biotechnology, and the use and protection of the traditional knowledge of indigenous and local communities. It explores the linkages among biological diversity, rural livelihoods, biotechnology developments and intellectual property with specific view on the relationship between access to biological and genetic resources, agriculture systems, food security, and increased poverty levels around the world. The paper starts by outlining the background and evolution of intellectual property rights. It then provides two case studies on how intellectual property rights affect biodiversity and traditional knowledge. In the main part, the paper indulges on the international governance of biodiversity and intellecutal property rights, especially focussing on the Convention of Biological Diversity (CBD), the World Intellecutal Property Organization (WIPO), and the World Trade Organization with its Agreement on Trade-Related Aspects of Intellecutal Property Rights (TRIPS). However it also sheds light on the increasing impacts of bilateral agreements that govern intellectual property rights in conjunction with the plurilateral International Union for the Protection of New Varieties of Plants (UPOV), and it analyses their relationship with the FAO International Treaty on Plant Genetic Resources for Food and Agriculture and the CBD. The paper finishes by sketching out ideas for a way forward.
    Keywords: ddc:300
    Repository Name: Wuppertal Institut für Klima, Umwelt, Energie
    Language: English
    Type: workingpaper , doc-type:workingPaper
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  • 5
    Publication Date: 2014-11-11
    Description: Publication date: Available online 4 November 2014 Source: International Journal of Production Economics Author(s): Klaus Reinholdt Nyhuus Hansen , Martin Grunow Shorter product life cycles and the resulting increase in new product introductions boost the importance of product launch operations. In the pharmaceutical sector, product launch operations are of particular importance, as companies seek to reduce time-to-market to better exploit patent protection. Large volumes of product need to be ready to fill the downstream supply chain immediately at market launch. Building up the required inventory is, however, connected to several risks. In addition to the risk associated with the lack of demand information for a new product, there are several risks unique to the pharmaceutical sector. After approval by central authorities such as the FDA or EMA, a new drug still needs to receive market authorization, which is in most cases granted by some local authorities - in Europe, for example, by more than 30 national and regional bodies. The duration of these different market authorization processes as well as their outcomes (e.g. price and reimbursement levels, requirements of label or leaflet changes) are highly uncertain. We develop a two-stage stochastic model to support market launch preparation decisions. It trades off the costs of accepting these risks, for example by risk packaging before authorization, against the lost revenue caused by risk-averse operations. The model is applied to a case based on an empirical study. Our approach results in significant savings compared to current practices. We hereby provide an example of how quantitative methodology can provide valuable decision support for product launch operations, even when complex regulatory affairs need to be considered.
    Print ISSN: 0925-5273
    Electronic ISSN: 1873-7579
    Topics: Technology , Economics
    Published by Elsevier
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  • 6
    Publication Date: 2024-02-07
    Description: Coastal countries have traditionally relied on the existing marine resources (e.g., fishing, food, transport, recreation, and tourism) as well as tried to support new economic endeavors (ocean energy, desalination for water supply, and seabed mining). Modern societies and lifestyle resulted in an increased demand for dietary diversity, better health and well-being, new biomedicines, natural cosmeceuticals, environmental conservation, and sustainable energy sources. These societal needs stimulated the interest of researchers on the diverse and underexplored marine environments as promising and sustainable sources of biomolecules and biomass, and they are addressed by the emerging field of marine (blue) biotechnology. Blue biotechnology provides opportunities for a wide range of initiatives of commercial interest for the pharmaceutical, biomedical, cosmetic, nutraceutical, food, feed, agricultural, and related industries. This article synthesizes the essence, opportunities, responsibilities, and challenges encountered in marine biotechnology and outlines the attainment and valorization of directly derived or bio-inspired products from marine organisms. First, the concept of bioeconomy is introduced. Then, the diversity of marine bioresources including an overview of the most prominent marine organisms and their potential for biotechnological uses are described. This is followed by introducing methodologies for exploration of these resources and the main use case scenarios in energy, food and feed, agronomy, bioremediation and climate change, cosmeceuticals, bio-inspired materials, healthcare, and well-being sectors. The key aspects in the fields of legislation and funding are provided, with the emphasis on the importance of communication and stakeholder engagement at all levels of biotechnology development. Finally, vital overarching concepts, such as the quadruple helix and Responsible Research and Innovation principle are highlighted as important to follow within the marine biotechnology field. The authors of this review are collaborating under the European Commission-funded Cooperation in Science and Technology (COST) Action Ocean4Biotech – European transdisciplinary networking platform for marine biotechnology and focus the study on the European state of affairs.
    Type: Article , PeerReviewed , info:eu-repo/semantics/article
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  • 7
    Publication Date: 2022-02-18
    Description: Based on the European Waste Framework Directive and the German Recycling Management Act of 01.06.2012 the objectives for a national waste prevention programme were defined. As main objective, according to art. 1 WFD, the "prevention or reduction of the disadvantageous impacts of waste generation and management on the human health and the environment" is recommended. Indicators for a quantitative and qualitative monitoring are derived for both, the individual measures as well as for a waste prevention programme.
    Keywords: ddc:320
    Repository Name: Wuppertal Institut für Klima, Umwelt, Energie
    Language: English
    Type: report , doc-type:report
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    Springer, Cham
    In:  EPIC3Springer Nature Switzerland, Springer, Cham, 404 p., ISBN: 978-3-319-51157-3
    Publication Date: 2021-07-23
    Description: This volume addresses the potential for combining large-scale marine aquaculture of macroalgae, molluscs, crustaceans, and finfish, with offshore structures, primarily those associated with energy production, such as wind turbines and oil-drilling platforms. The volume offers a comprehensive overview and includes chapters on policy, science, engineering, and economic aspects to make this concept a reality. The compilation of chapters authored by internationally recognized researchers across the globe addresses the theoretical and practical aspects of multi-use, and presents case studies of research, development, and demonstration-scale installations in the US and EU.
    Repository Name: EPIC Alfred Wegener Institut
    Type: Book , peerRev
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  • 9
    Publication Date: 2023-06-29
    Description: The purpose of this report is to examine the current situation, risks and responses to the recreational use of nitrous oxide in Europe. To support this, the report also provides a state-of-the-art review of the chemistry, pharmacology and toxicology of the gas. It is intended for policymakers and practitioners.
    Type: Report , NonPeerReviewed
    Format: text
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    Wuppertal : Wuppertal Institut für Klima, Umwelt, Energie | Wuppertal : Wuppertal Institut für Klima, Umwelt, Energie
    Publication Date: 2022-02-18
    Description: This report presents the findings and recommendations of the EMI case study undertaken as part of the Digital Europe project. Chapter 2 sets out the background to the case study; chapter 3 investigates the environmental impacts of digital music; and chapter 4 highlights the social impacts of digital music. Chapter 5 outlines future scenarios for the sector and chapter 6 draws recommendations for business and government.
    Keywords: ddc:600
    Repository Name: Wuppertal Institut für Klima, Umwelt, Energie
    Language: English
    Type: report , doc-type:report
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