The Nagoya Protocol: The fair and equitable use of genetic resources

22nd Aug 2016

Blog post by Katie Beckett, ABS Project Manager at the Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy


The world’s flora has been studied for millennia. The first plant records known to exist are from the Neolithic Revolution, about 1000 years ago, the same period that is often described as the Agricultural Revolution. Fast forwarding through history, from the work of Mendel to new drug discovery and advances in molecular biology, plant science is at the cutting edge of research and development (R&D) in many sectors around the world.

Read the full post on our blog All Under One Leaf

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