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  • Genome edited animals

    Genome editing, also known as gene editing, encompasses a broad range of techniques that allows targeted changes in the DNA of animals (and plants). The Genetic Technology (Precision Breeding) Bill 2022 -2023, due for Second Reading in the House of Lords on 21 November 2022, intends to change the regulatory definition of certain genome-edited animals. https://doi.org/10.58248/PB50

    Genome edited animals
  • Science Diplomacy

    A overview of science diplomacy, outlining its role in scientific collaborations and to support international diplomatic relationships, and a resume of recent developments.

    Science Diplomacy
  • The impact of remote and hybrid working on workers and organisations

    This POSTbrief focuses on the impact of remote and hybrid working on individuals and organisations across the UK, as well as wider impacts. It provides an overview of key trends in remote and hybrid working before and during the COVID-19 pandemic and how this varies between groups and demographic factors. It reviews the emerging research evidence on the impact of remote and hybrid working on workers and organisations, as well as emerging data on the wider impacts.

    The impact of remote and hybrid working on workers and organisations
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