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#134128
2022-04-20

[Analysis] Proposal on digital sharing of genetic information could circumvent benefit-sharing rights

A text related to sharing of digital information of genetic resources, fed into the biodiversity negotiations towards the end of the recently-concluded Convention on Biodiversity (CBD) talks, has experts and observers worried.

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#133935
2022-04-06

‘It’s a thorny issue.’ Why a fight over DNA data imperils a global conservation pact

For conservation biologists, the highest item on the global agenda this year is persuading the world’s nations to agree on new targets for saving nature. National leaders are scheduled to meet in China later this year to finalize a new strategic plan for the Convention on Biological Diversity (C ...

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#133435
2022-02-23

Multilateral benefit-sharing from digital sequence information will support both science and biodiversity conservation

Open access to sequence data is a cornerstone of biology and biodiversity research, but has created tension under the United Nations Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD). Policy decisions could compromise research and development, unless a practical multilateral solution is implemented.

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#133467
2022-02-23

Multilateral benefit-sharing from digital sequence information will support both science and biodiversity conservation

Open access to sequence data is a cornerstone of biology and biodiversity research, but has created tension under the United Nations Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD). Policy decisions could compromise research and development, unless a practical multilateral solution is implemented.

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#131967
2021-11-29

Environmental DNA sequencing will enable scientists to explore Amazon piscine diversity without catching fish

A scientific expedition in the Javari River basin on the border between Brazil, Colombia and Peru has shown use of environmental DNA sequencing to be feasible to investigate fish diversity in the Amazon. The eDNA method consists of extracting molecules of DNA present in water samples and identif ...

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