Summary Experts Meeting Discovery of Novel Microbial Strains and the Impact of the Nagoya protocol

On Tuesday November 24, 2020, BaseClear organised an experts meeting on “Discovery of Novel Microbial Strains and the Impact of the Nagoya protocol“. In this meeting experts from the Centre for Genetic Resources, DSM Nutritional Products, WUR, SINTEF and BaseClear have shared their knowledge and insights on how the Nagoya protocol influences the discovery and industrial use of microbial strains. Presentations of this meeting;

  • Unlock: An open large-scale infrastructure for exploring new horizons for research on microbial communities  
    Dr. Peter Schaap | Associate Professor, WUR
  • Expanding the (meta)genomics toolbox for novel enzyme and bioactive compound discovery and production
    Dr. Alexander Wentzel | Senior researcher, SINTEF
  • The importance of culturomics for unraveling microbial life in extreme environments
    Dr. Aleksandrina Patyshakuliyeva | Product Manager – BaseClear
  • The Nagoya protocol: what you need to know
    Dr. Martin Brink | Policy Advisor, Centre for Genetic Resources
  • Industry perspective on the Nagoya protocol
    Dr. Markus Wyss | Strain Director, Global Regulatory Affairs & Quality Management, DSM Nutritional Products
  • The impact of re-classification of microbial strains 
    Dr. Adalberto Costessi | Product Manager Genomics & Regulatory Affairs, BaseClear

Have you missed the meeting? We have a detailed summary available, including key learnings and complete presentations from Dr. Martin Brink (Centre of Genetic Resources) and Markus Wyss (DSM Nutritional Products) about the Nagoya protocol.

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