Dolly was an icon – but of what? – Ann Bruce
The Innogen Institute explores the social and economic impact of innovation in the life sciences. It is a dynamic collaboration between the University of Edinburgh and the Open University.
October 5 2016
Innogen History and Future: A celebration of what we have done so far and a strategy for the future
Joyce Tait talks at SNP Fringe - Growing Tomorrow’s Dinner: Should GM be on the Table?
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James Mittra was invited to the University of Rhode Island, College of Environment and Life Sciences, as part of its Distinguished Visiting International Scholar Programme.
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Making Medicines in Africa - The Political Economy of Industrializing for Local Health
Innogen offers a range of postgraduate study in areas relating to global health, food and energy security, the environment and the bioeconomy
Proportionate and adaptive governance of innovative technologies - The role of regulations, guidelines and standards
ShARE Project report on ‘Environmental regulation of synthetic biology: anticipating future regulatory oversights’ released 16 July 2016
Innogen is based at the University of Edinburgh and the Open University
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