More Irish Experts Needed to Develop New International Standards for Biotechnology

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The Chief Executive of the National Standards Authority of Ireland (NSAI) Maurice Buckley has called for more Irish researchers, scientists and manufacturers to participate in the development of the world’s first ever international standards for the biotechnology sector.

His call came as over 120 experts from 26 countries around the world gathered in Dublin Castle to continue their work developing new international standards for the biotechnology industry.

The ISO Technical Committee established in December 2013, developing standards in key areas of Biotechnology such as bio banking, bioprocessing, analytical methods, and data processing.

If you are interested in finding out more about how you can participate in the development of the new international standards for Biotechnology, both at a national or international level, please contact Linda Hendy, Standards Business Development Officer in the NSAI, linda.hendy@nsai.ie or visit goo.gl/YA960h

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