biología sintética en el IFS CSIC, madrid, viernes 11 de enero

International Workshop «Ethical, Philosophical and Political Issues of Synthetic Biology»


Viernes, 11 enero 2013
10:00 h., Sala Menéndez Pidal 0E18

Andrés Moya (Chairman. Institut Cavanilles of Biodiversity and Evolutionary Biology – University of Valencia)

Presentation: «Synthetic Biology: ethical and social challenges»

10:15 – 10:45 Kepa Ruiz Mirazo / Alvaro Moreno (University of the Basque Country – UPV/EHU)

“Synthetic Biology: challenging life in order to grasp, use or extend it”

10:45 – 11:15 Pere Puigdomènech (CRAGENOMICA – CSIC)

“A European Reflection on Synthetic Biology”

11:15-11:45 Discussion

11:45-12:00 Coffee Break

12:00-12:30 Joachim Henkel / Robert Lüttke (Technical University of Munich)

“Intellectual Property issues in Synthetic Biology”

12:30-13:00 Emma Frow (University of Edinburgh)

“Negotiating Standards in synthetic biology”

13:00-13:30 Discussion

13:30-15:45 Lunch

15:45- 16:00 Jordi Maiso (Chairman. Centre of Human and Social Sciences – CSIC)

“Presentation: Political Issues of Synthetic Biology»

16:00-16:30 Carlos Romeo Casabona (University of Deusto / Committee of Bioethics of Spain)

“The assesment of synthetic biology by the National Ethic Comissions: the report of Spain and Portugal»

16:30-17:00 Catherine Heeney (Centre of Human and Social Sciences – CSIC)

Ethics and the empirical: ways of approaching biotechnologies and techniques”

17:00-17:30 Discussion

17:30-17:45 Coffee Break

17:45-18:15 Vincenzo Pavone (Centre of Human and Social Sciences – CSIC)

             “Science, Bioeconomy and the Rise of Neoliberal Nature”

18:15-18:45 Markus Schmidt (Biofaction, Austria)

“Towards sustainable development with synthetic biology: opportunities and risks»

18:45-19:15 Discussion

Organized by: 7FP – Standardization and orthogonalization of the gene expression flow for the robust engineering of NTN (new-to-nature) biological properties
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