Innogen · News · November 10, 2015

Joyce Tait gives presentation at the Royal Irish Academy

Joyce talks about ‘Risk regulation, uncertainty and ethics in governing biotechnologies’ on the 10th of November 2015.

This academy discourse considers how life science innovation trajectories are affected by our governance systems and the perspectives of different stakeholder groups. These factors will determine what new products and processes are able to reach a market place, which industry sectors thrive and which are driven out of business, the relative roles of small and large companies, and the competitive advantage of regions and nations in the global bio-economy. Some suggestions are offered on how we can improve our management of these complex interactions.

Further details about the event are available here.