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Utilization of genetic resources and associated traditional knowledge in academic research. A good practice guide for access and benefit-sharing

Biber-Klemm, Susette and Martinez, Sylvia I.. (2016) Utilization of genetic resources and associated traditional knowledge in academic research. A good practice guide for access and benefit-sharing. Swiss Academies Reports, 11 (4). Bern, Switzerland.

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Abstract

This manual inform the academic community about the system governing access to genetic resources and Associated Traditional Knowledge and the sharing of the benefits arising from their use as established by the Convention on Biological Diversity and its Nagoya Protocol. The brochure explains the steps that researchers must take when accessing biological resources for research purposes and it informs about the ABS legislation in Switzerland. The manual is a Good Practice Guide in the sense of article 20.1 of the Nagoya Protocol.
Faculties and Departments:05 Faculty of Science > Departement Umweltwissenschaften > Botanisches Institut
UniBasel Contributors:Martinez, Sylvia I.
Item Type:Book
Publisher:Swiss Academies of Arts and Sciences
ISSN:2297-1564
e-ISSN:2297-1572
Number of Pages:73
Note:Publication type according to Uni Basel Research Database: Authored book -- Additional publication or translation in: http://www.naturwissenschaften.ch/organisations/biodiversity/abs
Language:English
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