Today, the NanoFabNet Hub was launched as a new network supporting suatinability in and through high-tech innovation. Set up as an ‘International Hub for sustainble High-Tech Innovation’, the NanoFabNet Hub provides a one-stop-shop for all matters and concerns pertaining to sustainable high-tech innovation and its successful incorporation into the complex,
‘Science-Fiction versus Science-Fact – Nanobiotechnology Applications for Delivery’ was the title of Dr Steffi Friedrichs’ presentation at the 2020 UNIDIR Innovation Dialogues – Life Sciences, International Security & Disarmament Conference, held online on the 20.-21. August 2020. Presentation by Dr Steffi Friedrichs at the 2020 UNIDIR Innovation Dialogues from Steffi
During the 8th Plant Genomics and Gene Editing Congress: Europe, held on the 4th and 5th March 2020 in Rotterdam, a panel of experts explored end discussed ‘The Regulatory Landscape’ of Genome Editing: Chair: Huw Jones, Professor of Translational Genomics for Plant Breeding, Institute of Biological, Environmental & Rural Sciences (IBERS),
This year’s CRISPRcon aimed to tackle the big questions of Science, Society and the Future of Gene Editing in Wageningen, The Netherlands, on the 20. and 21. June 2019. What influences how societies view, value and engage with technological innovation?, What does history teach us about the emergence of new
AcumenIST Dr Steffi Friedrichs participated in a panel discussion on the topic of “Securing the NanoReg2 Legacy”, which formed the ultimate closure of the EU H2020 project NanoReg2. Safe by Design represents the idea of early collaboration and conversation between innovators and risk assessors, so that both parties can preview
Dr Steffi Friedrichs discusses the societal & ethical implications of AI, robotics and biotechnologies. Panellists: French Deputy Cedric Villani, Laurent Alexandre, President of DNAvision Stuart Russell, Professor at UC Berkeley & AI pioneer, and Steffi Friedrichs.
Dr Steffi Friedrichs represented the nanotechnology industries during a panel discussion at the 8th WIEF (World Islamic Economic Forum), which took place on the 4.-6. December 2012 in Johor Bahru, Malaysia.
On the 27th – 28th March 2012, the OECD (Organisation for Economic Co-Operation and Development) and and the US NNI (National Nanotechnology Initiative) co-organised the seminal International Symposium on Assessing the Economic Impact of Nanotechnology, in order to systematically explore the need for and development of a methodology to assess
The 'EU 2030 Strategic Plan for Nanofabrication - a NanoFabNet Roadmap' highlights the findings of 10 detailed analyses, conducted by the @NanoFabNet1 over the past two years , and assigns a number of important activities to the newly formed NanoFabN...Read More
Genome editing policies have been clarified in the book chapter 'Regulatory and policy considerations around genome editing in agriculture' by @AcumenIst, @PeterKe69095785 & @MonashLawSchool in the new ‘Applications of Genome Modulation and Edi...Read More
‘How can the taxonomy for nanofabrication processes be harmonised across the borders of countries and disciplines [...]?’ - @NanoFabNet1 & @CEITEC_Brno provide the answer in its 'Implementation Roadmap on Infrastructures, Knowledge & Ski...Read More
Many thanks to the @NanoFabNet1 Team and all partners & launch-participants for strengthening our fabulous new network in #Sustainability & #Nanofabrication. - to become part of the future of High-Tech, join the #NanoFabNetHub! ...Read More