Interdisciplinary decision-making

An assortment of different coloured building blocks are jumbled together in a pile.

Technical standards in engineering biology will help accelerate innovation - but IP and proprietary regimes may impact their effectiveness.

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Understanding public, industry and regulator perceptions of emerging biotechnologies to facilitate their uptake by society.

The sun is setting over a beautiful bay, the light catches a jetty leading out to a small wharf where some small boats are moored. The sky is blue with a few fluffy clouds.

Entering into cross-cultural dialogue with Indigenous Australians about novel biotechnologies.

A person's hand holds a dropper from a bio-reactive COVID-19 test, preparing to release the liquid into the container. The test sits on a textured wooden surface and the test packaging rests in the background.

Decision-making and trade-offs in the adoption of novel personalised health innovations.

Understanding economic opportunities for advanced engineering biology in the transition towards net zero.

A female scientist wearing safety goggles and a blue labcoat is peering into a machine that has a purple reflective glow.

New research from DR LUCY CARTER and colleagues interrogates whether science organisations actually utilise the results of public engagement research to its intended effect.

What institutional aspects need to be considered when introducing advanced bioengineering solutions in agriculture?

Informing decision making for algae-based processes through a technoeconomic framework.