The ECOreport reposts news from the UK, HydRegen Enables Cleaner Chemicals For A Greener Planet
Originally Published on University of Oxford News
By Lanisha Butterfield
In today’s political climate, science’s value to society is under threat and consistently questioned.
Yet in our everyday lives we reap the rewards of research without even realising it. Take chemistry, for instance. From the flavourings in the food we eat, to the fragrances we wear and the life-saving pharmaceutical drugs that we rely on, the field has a phenomenal impact on the world at large. But this impact often comes with a financial and environmental price attached.
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The ECOreport reposts an Op Ed from Germany, Biotechnology’s contribution to in a sustainable economy
Originally Published on the Technical University of Munich News
In July 2015, the Bavarian Ministry of the Environment and Consumer Protection set up the project group “Resource-friendly Biotechnology in Bavaria – BayBiotech.” The aim is to contribute to resource-friendliness through application specific research projects in the field of biotechnology and to support the transition to a sustainable bio-economy. Today scientists at the Technical University of Munich (TUM) and the University of Bayreuth presented the results of their research in Erlangen.
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