Access to Digital Sequence Information must remain open; calling upon the convention of parties of the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD), national and EU decision makers to maintain Open Access to Digital Sequence Information as part of the ‘Open Science’ principle and therefore NOT to include this in the Nagoya Protocol as this would substantially decrease the analysis and improvement of germplasm including that of plants from Developing Countries.
- Register now for the EPSO–CINEA webinar on the LIFE programme on 12.09.2022 19/08/2022
- 2nd call Biodiversa+, the biodiversity partnership, on “Improved transnational monitoring of biodiversity and ecosystem change for science and society” will open on 8.9.2022 – Register for the info session on 20.09.2022. 17/08/2022
- Register for the 15th EPSO Plant Science Seminar – the 15th September 2022 seminar will focus on “Data Science for Understanding Plants” 16/08/2022