Molecular basis of biodiversity, conservation, and sustained innovative
utilization (IUPAC Technical Report)
A. E. Fischli1,**,
U. K. Pandit2, and D. StC. Black3
1DDPI Discovery & Development Partners International,
Im Wenkenberg 20, CH-4125 Riehen/Basle, Switzerland; 2Institute for
Molecular Chemistry, University of Amsterdam, Nieuwe Achtergracht 129,
NL-1018 WS Amsterdam, Netherlands; 3School of Chemistry, University
of New South Wales, Sydney, 2052 Australia
Abstract: In this Technical Report, recommendations are presented
for international cooperation between academia and industry on molecular
biodiversity. The recommendations are based on discussions in workshops/meetings
held in Amsterdam (The Netherlands), Belo Horizonte (Brazil), Bangkok
(Thailand), Kunming (China), and Antalya (Turkey) involving national
and international representatives of relevant organizations.
** Corresponding author.
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