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COMMON UNDERSTANDINGS REACHED BY THE MEETINGS OF STATES PARTIES DURING THE INTERSESSIONAL PROGRAMME HELD FROM 2017 TO 2020. BACKGROUND INFORMATION DOCUMENT SUBMITTED BY THE IMPLEMENTATION SUPPORT UNIT
BWC/CONF.IX/PC/6 14 GE.22-01974 Annex I [English only] Working papers submitted by States Parties (2017-2020) MX1 - Cooperation and Assistance, with a Particular Focus on Strengthening Cooperation and Assistance under Article X 2018 Working papers BWC/MSP/2018/MX.1/WP.1 - Australia’s Article X report for 2016 and 2017 – Submitted by Australia BWC/MSP/2018/MX.1/WP.2 - Promotion of Capacity Building: Sustainable Laboratories for High Consequence Pathogens - Submitted by Canada and the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland BWC/MSP/2018/MX.1/WP.3 - Report on BWC Implementation Workshop Rabat, Morocco, 10-11 May 2018 - Submitted by the United States of America BWC/MSP/2018/MX.1/WP.4 - Outcome of the International Workshop on Cooperation and Assistance under Article X – Submitted by Norway BWC/MSP/2018/MX.1/WP.5 - Institutional Mechanism for International Co-operation and Compliance with Article X - Submitted by the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela on behalf of the Group of the Non-Aligned Movement and Other States Parties to the BWC BWC/MSP/2018/MX.1/WP.6 - Cooperation and Assistance, with a particular focus on Strengthening Cooperation and Assistance under Article X - Submitted by the Islamic Republic of Iran BWC/MSP/2018/MX.1/WP.7 - Report on Implementation of Article X of the Biological and Toxin Weapons Convention - Submitted by the United States of America BWC/MSP/2018/MX.1/WP.8 - Comparative review of biological threats needs assessment and national action plans implemented under BTWC, EU CBRN Centres of Excellence, WHO (IHR-JEE), and 1540 UNSCR, African Regional Conference, 25-26 October 2017, Rabat, Morocco - Submitted by the European Union BWC/MSP/2018/MX.1/WP.9 - Improving the Utility and Functioning of the BWC Assistance and Cooperation Database - Submitted by the United States of America BWC/MSP/2018/MX.1/WP.10 - Participation of the Russian Federation in implementation of the Article X of the BTWC - Submitted by the Russian Federation BWC/MSP/2018/MX.1/WP.11 - Implementación del Artículo X de la Convención de Armas Biológicas (CAB) – Submitted by Cuba (Spanish only) BWC/MSP/2018/MX.1/WP.12 - Cooperation and Assistance, with a particular Focus on Strengthening Cooperation and Assistance under Article X - Submitted by the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela on behalf of the Non-Aligned Movement and other States Parties to the Biological and Toxin Weapons Convention 2019 Working papers BWC/MSP/2019/MX.1/WP.1 - Facilitating the fullest possible exchange of science and technology under Article X - Submitted by the United States of America BWC/CONF.IX/PC/6 GE.22-01974 15 BWC/MSP/2019/MX.1/WP.2 - Capacity Building through International Cooperation: The British Medical Journal’s Clinical Decision Support Training Initiative - Submitted by the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland BWC/MSP/2019/MX.1/WP.3 - Institutional Mechanism for International Cooperation and Compliance with Article X - Submitted by the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela on behalf of the Group of the Non-Aligned Movement and Other States Parties to the Biological Weapons Convention BWC/MSP/2019/MX.1/WP.4 - Cooperation and Assistance, with a particular focus on Strengthening Cooperation and Assistance under Article X - Submitted by the Islamic Republic of Iran BWC/MSP/2019/MX.1/WP.5 - Report on implementation of Article X of the Biological and Toxin Weapons Convention - Submitted by the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland BWC/MSP/2019/MX.1/WP.6 - Cooperation and Assistance, with a particular Focus on Strengthening Cooperation and Assistance under Article X - Submitted by the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela on behalf of the Non-Aligned Movement and other States Parties to the BWC 2020 Working papers BWC/MSP/2020/MX.1/WP.1 - Report on Implementation of Article X of the Biological and Toxin Weapons Convention - Submitted by the United States of America BWC/MSP/2020/MX.1/WP.2 - What constitutes assistance and cooperation under Article X ? (...) Germany’s continued implementation of Article X under the special circumstances of COVID-19 - Submitted by Germany BWC/MSP/2020/MX.1/WP.6 - Challenges and obstacles to international cooperation, assistance and exchange in the biological sciences and technology under Article X - Submitted by the Islamic Republic of Iran BWC/MSP/2020/MX.1/WP.7 - Difficulties and obstacles faced by Cuba for the full implementation of Article X of the Biological Weapons Convention - Submitted by Cuba MX2 - Review of Developments in the Field of Science and Technology Related to the Convention 2018 Working papers BWC/MSP/2018/MX.2/WP.1 - Germany’s best practice in handling (bio)security-relevant research: Self-governance organized by the German National Academy of Sciences Leopoldina and the German Research Foundation (DFG) - Submitted by Germany BWC/MSP/2018/MX.2/WP.2 - Technical Working Paper on Genome Editing and Other Scientific and Technological Developments of Relevance to the Convention - Submitted by Switzerland BWC/MSP/2018/MX.2/WP.3 - Review of Developments in the Field of Science and Technology Related to the Convention - Genome editing – Submitted by Australia BWC/CONF.IX/PC/6 16 GE.22-01974 BWC/MSP/2018/MX.2/WP.4 - Genome editing: addressing implications for the Biological and Toxin Weapons Convention - Submitted by the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland BWC/MSP/2018/MX.2/WP.5 - Recent Advances in Gene Editing and Synthesis Technologies and their Implications - Submitted by the United States of America BWC/MSP/2018/MX.2/WP.6 - Review of Developments in the Field of Science and Technology Related to the Convention - Genome Editing - Submitted by the Islamic Republic of Iran BWC/MSP/2018/MX.2/WP.7 - Report of the Scientific Advisory Board of the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons on Developments in Science and Technology for the Fourth Special Session of the Conference of the States Parties to Review the Operation of the Chemical Weapons Convention - Note by the Implementation Support Unit BWC/MSP/2018/MX.2/WP.8 - Response by the Director-General of the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons on the Report of the Scientific Advisory Board of the on Developments in Science and Technology for the Fourth Special Session of the Conference of the States Parties to Review the Operation of the Chemical Weapons Convention - Note by the Implementation Support Unit BWC/MSP/2018/MX.2/WP.9 - Proposal for the development of a model code of conduct for biological scientists under the Biological Weapons Convention - Submitted by China and Pakistan BWC/MSP/2018/MX.2/WP.10 - Códigos de Conducta en el Marco de la Convención de Armas Biológicas – Submitted by Cuba BWC/MSP/2018/MX.2/WP.11 - Nuevos adelantos de la Ciencia y la Tecnología en la Esfera de la Biología, en particular la Edición de Genes y la Biología Sintética – Submitted by Cuba BWC/MSP/2018/MX.2/WP.12 - Review of Developments in the field of Science and Technology related to the Convention - Submitted by the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela on behalf of the Non-Aligned Movement 2019 Working papers BWC/MSP/2019/MX.2/WP.1 - Rethinking the BTWC science and technology review: A renewed case for a BTWC Scientific and Technological Experts Advisory Forum (STEAF) - Submitted by Germany, co-sponsored by the Netherlands and Sweden BWC/MSP/2019/MX.2/WP.1/Corr.1 - Rethinking the BTWC science and technology review: A renewed case for a BTWC Scientific and Technological Experts Advisory Forum (STEAF) - Submitted by Germany, co-sponsored by Chile, the Netherlands and Sweden BWC/MSP/2019/MX.2/WP.2 - Scientific and Technological Developments of Relevance to the Convention and the Assessment of Benefits and Risks - Submitted by Switzerland BWC/MSP/2019/MX.2/WP.3 - Approaches to Risk and Benefit Assessment for Advances in the Life Sciences - Submitted by the United States of America BWC/MSP/2019/MX.2/WP.4 - Review of Developments in the Field of Science and Technology Related to the Convention – Synthetic biology - Submitted by Australia BWC/MSP/2019/MX.2/WP.5 - Scientific and Technological Developments of Relevance to the Convention - Submitted by the Islamic Republic of Iran BWC/MSP/2019/MX.2/WP.6 - Biological risk assessment and management: some further considerations - Submitted by the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland BWC/MSP/2019/MX.2/WP.7 - Review of Developments in the Field of Science and Technology Related to the Convention - Submitted by the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela on behalf of the Group of the Non-Aligned Movement and Other States Parties to the BWC BWC/CONF.IX/PC/6 GE.22-01974 17 2020 Working papers BWC/MSP/2020/MX.2/WP.1 - Approaches to Governance for Scientific and Technological Advances in the Life Sciences Relevant to the Biological and Toxin Weapons Convention - Submitted by the United States of America BWC/MSP/2020/MX.2/WP.2 - Biorisk management standards and their role in BTWC implementation - Submitted by Austria, Belgium, Chile, France, Germany, Iraq, Ireland, Netherlands, Spain and Thailand BWC/MSP/2020/MX.2/WP.3 - Biological risk assessment and management: a need for guiding principles and frameworks-Submitted by the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland BWC/MSP/2020/MX.2/WP.4 - Strengthening the Biological Weapons Convention Proposal for the establishment of a Scientific Advisory Committee - Submitted by the Russian Federation BWC/MSP/2020/MX.2/WP.5* - Exploring Science and Technology Review Mechanisms under the Biological Weapons Convention - Submitted by Germany BWC/MSP/2020/MX.2/WP.6 - The Tianjin Biosecurity Guidelines for Codes of Conduct for Scientists - Submitted by China and Pakistan BWC/MSP/2020/MX.2/WP.6/Corr.1 - The Tianjin Biosecurity Guidelines for Codes of Conduct for Scientists - Submitted by China and Pakistan, co-sponsored by Brazil BWC/MSP/2020/MX.2/WP.7 - A Scientific and Technological Advisory Process for the Biological and Toxin Weapons Convention - Submitted by the United States BWC/MSP/2020/MX.2/WP.8 - Summary of October 2020 Experts’ Meeting on Strengthening Laboratory Biorisk Management - Submitted by the United States BWC/MSP/2020/MX.2/WP.9 - Benefits of science and technology developments for the global COVID-19 response - Submitted by the United States BWC/MSP/2020/MX.2/WP.10 - Managing Biosafety and Biosecurity Risks: The Importance of Codes of Conduct and a BTWC Science and Technology Advisory Process - Submitted by Switzerland BWC/MSP/2020/MX.2/WP.11 - Review Process of Science and Technology Developments relevant to the BWC: Some Considerations - Submitted by the Islamic Republic of Iran BWC/MSP/2020/MX.2/WP.12 - Examen de los adelantos en la esfera de la ciencia y la tecnología relacionados con la Convención - Presentado por Cuba MX3 – Strengthening National Implementation 2018 Working papers BWC/MSP/2018/MX.3/WP.1/Rev.1 - El transporte de agentes biológicos debe protegerse con medidas de Biocustodia - Submitted by Chile, Colombia, Panama and Spain (unofficial English translation in the annex) BWC/MSP/2018/MX.3/WP.2 - Building Confidence in Compliance: Peer Review Transparency Exercise at the Richard Lugar Center for Public Health Research (CPHR) of the National Center for Disease Control and Public Health (NCDC) in Tbilisi, Georgia - Submitted by Georgia, co-sponsored by Germany BWC/MSP/2018/MX.3/WP.3 - Improving the Quality of CBM Information: A Review of Recent Proposals and Some Suggestions for Future Work - Submitted by the United States of America BWC/CONF.IX/PC/6 18 GE.22-01974 BWC/MSP/2018/MX.3/WP.4 - Strengthening national implementation: The UK Biological Security Strategy 2018 - Submitted by the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland BWC/MSP/2018/MX.3/WP.5 - Séminaire sur la mise en œuvre de la Convention sur l’Interdiction des Armes Biologiques et à Toxines (Rabat, 10 et 11 Mai 2018) - Submitted by Morocco BWC/MSP/2018/MX.3/WP.6 - Step-by-Step Approach to CBM Participation Submitted by Japan, Co-sponsored by Australia, Germany, Malaysia, and Switzerland BWC/MSP/2018/MX.3/WP.6/Corr.1 - Step-by-Step Approach to CBM Participation Submitted by Japan, Co-sponsored by Australia, Germany, Malaysia, Republic of Korea and Switzerland BWC/MSP/2018/MX.3/WP.7 - National Implementation under Article IV - Submitted by the Islamic Republic of Iran BWC/MSP/2018/MX.3/WP.8 - Cumplimiento de las Disposiciones de la Convención de Armas Biológicas (CAB) – Submitted by Cuba BWC/MSP/2018/MX.3/WP.9 - Strengthening National Implementation - Submitted by the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela
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счет: 831227.9 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...pen&DS=BWC/CONF.IX/PC/6&Lang=R
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REPORT OF THE MEETING OF EXPERTS. SUBMITTED BY THE CHAIRMAN
S 10/8 AM China “cooperation” means breaking the barrier between the North and the South so that the development of biological science and technology can benefit all States Parties, especially the developing countries. (...) Bringing into the BWC issues of patents and domestic measures for international trade and investments, as we heard from one delegation, gives the impression that additional obstacles are sought to be created regarding international cooperation and assistance in peaceful uses of biological science. S 12/8 PM BWC/MSP/2015/MX/3 14/82 GE.15-14528 3. (...) S 11/8 AM TWAS TWAS provides a voice for science in the Global South. It has 1,148 elected Fellows with more than 80 percent coming from developing countries. 119 are women, 15 are Nobel Laureates, 94 countries and 124 young affiliates.
язык:Ру́сский
счет: 830740.4 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...en&DS=BWC/MSP/2015/MX/3&Lang=R
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REQUEST FOR OBSERVER STATUS
Aims and purpose of the Institute for Advanced Sustainability Studies (IASS) IASS was established in 2009 by the German Science associations with Professor Klaus Töpfer, former Executive Director of the United Nations Environment Pro- gramme (UNEP) and German Minister of the Environment as the Founding Direc- tor. (...) In general, the Ocean Governance research programme provides multidisciplinary expertise at the science-policy interface to develop innovative strategies for im- proved ocean governance. (...) Its members include the institute’s two funding bodies, i.e. the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) and the Brandenburg Ministry of Science, Research and Culture (MWFK), major German academic and research institutions as well as individuals from sci- ence and science policy.
язык:Ру́сский
счет: 827942.1 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...open&DS=ISBA/23/A/INF/6&Lang=R
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SPECIAL SEGMENT : INTERACTIVE DIALOGUE SESSIONS : CONVENTION TO COMBAT DESERTIFICATION : DRAFT DECISION / SUBMITTED BY THE PRESIDENT OF THE CONFERENCE OF THE PARTIES
Most speakers expressed their concern about UNCCD lacking a solid and authoritative science base and noted that the data sets available are fragmented and lack unification. (...) Moreover, speakers called for a stronger coordinating mechanism for all structures, components and parts of the Convention, especially at CST which has to have a better regional balance and have a new point of view of science and adequate financial resources and technology transfer. 11. We need better understanding of the global impact of desertification, land degradation and drought, a more holistic approach to adaptation and mitigation, and the ‘science to policy’ interface needs to be addressed.
язык:Ру́сский
счет: 827942.1 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...pen&DS=ICCD/COP(9)/L.14&Lang=R
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REPORT OF THE COMMISSION ON SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY FOR DEVELOPMENT ON ITS TWENTIETH SESSION
REPORT OF THE COMMISSION ON SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY FOR DEVELOPMENT ON ITS TWENTIETH SESSION
язык:Ру́сский
счет: 827245.2 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...f/get?open&DS=E/2017/31&Lang=R
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CLIMATE VARIABILITY AND CHANGE: TRENDS AND PROJECTIONS
GE.19-02314 (R) 280219 050319  Европейская экономическая комиссия Комитет по внутреннему транспорту
язык:Ру́сский
счет: 826143.1 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc.../TRANS/WP.5/GE.3/2019/9&Lang=R
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BACKGROUND INFORMATION DOCUMENT SUBMITTED BY THE IMPLEMENTATION SUPPORT UNIT
BWC/MSP/2018/MX.5/2 GE.18-09876 13 Annex Working Papers presented by States Parties between 2012 and 2017 on the topic of institutional strengthening of the Convention (in reverse chronological order) [English only] 2017 BWC/MSP/2017/WP.21 - Intersessional Programme - Submitted by the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela on behalf of the Group of the Non-Aligned Movement and Other States BWC/MSP/2017/WP.12 – “Institutional Mechanism for International Cooperation and Compliance with Article X” – Submitted by the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela on behalf of the Group of the Non-Aligned Movement and Other States BWC/MSP/2017/WP.10 - Elements of a Possible Intersessional Process - Submitted by Russian Federation, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland and United States of America BWC/MSP/2017/WP.8 - Intersessional Programme - Submitted by Cuba BWC/MSP/2017/WP.3 - Strengthening the Biological and Toxin Weapons Convention through a reinforced intersessional work programme - Submitted by the members of the Global Partnership Against the Spread of Weapons and Materials of Mass Destruction: Australia, Belgium, Canada, Chile, the Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Georgia, Germany, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Jordan, Kazakhstan, Republic of Korea, Mexico, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Philippines, Poland, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Ukraine, the United Kingdom, the United States of America, and the European Union BWC/MSP/2017/WP.2 - Need to establish a BWC science and technology review process - Submitted by Switzerland 2016 BWC/CONF.VIII/WP.31* - "Establishing a Non-Proliferation Export Control and International Cooperation Regime under the Framework of the Biological Weapons Convention" - Submitted by China and Pakistan BWC/CONF.VIII/WP.26 - "Proposals for the Final Document of the Eighth Review Conference of the Biological and Toxin Weapon Convention (BTWC): Intersessional Programme, Implementation Support Unit and Science and Technology" - Submitted by the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela on behalf of the Group of the Non-Aligned Movement and Other States BWC/CONF.VIII/WP.23 - "BTWC Article X Compliance Mechanism for the 8th Review Conference" - Submitted by the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela on behalf of the Group of the Non-Aligned Movement and Other States BWC/CONF.VIII/WP.16 - "Enhancing the Effectiveness of the Consultative Provisions of Article V of the Biological and Toxin Weapons Convention" - Submitted by the European Union BWC/CONF.VIII/WP.12 - "The BTWC Review Process of Science and Technology" - Submitted by the Islamic Republic of Iran BWC/CONF.VIII/WP.8 - "Draft decision on the establishment of a Temporary Working Group on Mobile Biomedical Units" - Submitted by the Russian Federation BWC/MSP/2018/MX.5/2 14 GE.18-09876 BWC/CONF.VIII/WP.3 - "New work programme for the intersessional period until the IX Review Conference: proposal of guidelines" - Submitted by Cuba BWC/CONF.VIII/PC/WP.1/Rev.2 - Strengthening the Biological Weapons Convention Operationalising mobile biomedical units to deliver protection against biological weapons, investigate their alleged use, and to suppress epidemics of various etiology - Submitted by the Russian Federation BWC/CONF.VIII/PC/WP.1/Rev.2/Add.1 - Strengthening the Biological Weapons Convention Operationalising mobile biomedical units to deliver protection against biological weapons, investigate their alleged use, and to suppress epidemics of various etiology. Addendum - Submitted by the Russian Federation BWC/CONF.VIII/PC/WP.2/Rev.2 - Strengthening the Biological Weapons Convention Proposal for the establishment of a Scientific Advisory Committee - Submitted by the Russian Federation BWC/CONF.VIII/PC/WP.3 -Science and technology review for the BWC: Features of an effective process - Submitted by the United States of America BWC/CONF.VIII/PC/WP.4 - A future science and technology review process - Submitted by the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland BWC/CONF.VIII/PC/WP.6 - Strengthening confidence building and consultative mechanisms under the Biological Weapons Convention - Submitted by the United States of America BWC/CONF.VIII/PC/WP.6/Rev.1 - Strengthening confidence building and consultative mechanisms under the Biological Weapons Convention - Submitted by the United States of America BWC/CONF.VIII/PC/WP.7 - Elements on science and technology for the 2016 Review Conference - the importance of an active review process - Submitted by Finland, Norway and Sweden BWC/CONF.VIII/PC/WP.8 - Strengthening the BWC science and technology review process - Submitted by Switzerland BWC/CONF.VIII/PC/WP.9 - Strengthening the ability to take action: An essential agenda for the Eighth Review Conference - Submitted by the United States of America BWC/CONF.VIII/PC/WP.15 - Eighth BWC Review Conference: New intersessional work programme - Submitted by the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland BWC/CONF.VIII/PC/WP.16 - Strengthening the BWC science and technology review process: Considerations regarding the composition of an S&T review body - Submitted by Switzerland BWC/CONF.VIII/PC/WP.21 - Functional structures of the Biological and Toxin Weapons Convention - Submitted by South Africa BWC/CONF.VIII/PC/WP.23 - Future Planning for the Implementation Support Unit - Submitted by South Africa BWC/CONF.VIII/PC/WP.24 - The 2017-2020 Intersessional Process - Submitted by Canada BWC/CONF.VIII/PC/WP.27 - Reviewing Science and Technology within the BWC: Elements for a politically independent process - Submitted by Spain BWC/CONF.VIII/PC/WP.32 - Establishing a Non-proliferation Export Control and International Cooperation Regime under the Framework of the Biological Weapons Convention - Submitted by China and Pakistan BWC/CONF.VIII/PC/WP.37 - New ideas for the intersessional programme - Submitted by Australia and Japan BWC/CONF/VIII/PC/WP.38/Rev.1 - Revised Proposal for Establishment of a Database for Assistance in the Framework of Article VII of the BWC - Submitted by France and India BWC/MSP/2018/MX.5/2 GE.18-09876 15 2015 BWC/MSP/2015/WP.8 - Establishing a Non-Proliferation Export Control Regime Under the Framework of the Convention on the Prohibition of the Development, Production and Stockpiling of Bacteriological (Biological) and Toxin Weapons and on Their Destruction - Submitted by China BWC/MSP/2015/WP.4/Rev.1 - Proposal for inclusion in the final document of the Eighth Review Conference of the Biological Weapons Convention - Submitted by Armenia, Belarus, China and the Russian Federation BWC/MSP/2015/MX/WP.14 - Proposal by the Russian Federation for inclusion in the report of the Eighth Review Conference of the Biological Weapons Convention.
язык:Ру́сский
счет: 825033.2 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...&DS=BWC/MSP/2018/MX.5/2&Lang=R
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MAKING AVIAN INFLUENZA AEROSOL-TRANSMISSIBLE IN MAMMALS : BACKGROUND INFORMATION DOCUMENT / SUBMITTED BY THE IMPLEMENTATION SUPPORT UNIT
Впоследствии члены ННКСБ опубликовали заявление в изда- ниях "Nature" и "Science", где они подробно изложили причины, в силу которых данные исследования являются предметом озабоченности. 10. (...) Вирус д-ра Фушье также стал менее летальным, обретя более высокую трансмиссивность, как это впервые было указано в сообщениях от 29 февраля и подтверждено в комментарии в издании "Science" от 6 марта. 26 января в изда- нии "Nature" появилось интервью с д-ром Фушье и одним из его коллег, где они отстаивали выгоды от своей работы. 10 февраля издание "Science" привело вы- держки из заявлений д-ра Фушье и его коллег с разъяснением того, почему его работа имеет важное значение и должна быть опубликована. (...) В "Biosecurity and Bioterrorism" появилась ста- тья, в которой разбирались факторы риска, связанные с данными исследова- ниями. В "Science" вышла серия редакционных статей, в том числе "Дебаты во- круг H5N1: помешательство на неправильных вопросах" ("H5N1 Debates: Hung Up on the Wrong Questions"), "Науки о жизни на перепутье: H5N1, передающий- ся воздушно-капельным путем" ("Life Sciences at a Crossroads: Respiratory Transmissible H5N1") и "Пределы государственного регулирования науки" ("The Limits of Government Regulation of Science").
язык:Ру́сский
счет: 822020.3 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...S=BWC/MSP/2012/MX/INF.2&Lang=R
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REPORT OF THE INDEPENDENT EXPERT IN THE FIELD OF CULTURAL RIGHTS, FARIDA SHAHEED : ADDENDUM
Bridging the digital divide, which is still a challenge in Brazil as well as in many countries of the world, is an important measure to fully realize this right. 1. National Plan for Science, Technology and Innovation 62. The Action Plan for Science, Technology and Innovation for National Development (2007-2010), implemented by the Ministry of Science and Technology, seeks to ensure the right to enjoy the benefits of scientific progress and its applications through the promotion of science, technology and innovation for social development and social inclusion. Two priority actions are being implemented in this area: the popularization of science, technology and innovation, and the improvement in the teaching of science and the dissemination of technologies for social inclusion and development. (...) Illustrative programmes for the promotion of the use of science, technology and innovation 63. The programme on centres and museums of science, technology and innovation promotes itinerant activities, such as the Mobile Science project, which includes the exhibition of the Brazilian Association of Science Centres and Museums around Brazil.
язык:Ру́сский
счет: 820732.8 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...en&DS=A/HRC/17/38/ADD.1&Lang=R
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AN OVERVIEW OF RECENT CLIMATE CHANGE TRENDS AND PROJECTIONS AFFECTING TRANSPORTATION IN THE ECE REGION (PART II)
GE.17-10221 (R) 170717 180717  Европейская экономическая комиссия Комитет по внутреннему транспорту
язык:Ру́сский
счет: 820732.8 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc.../WP.5/GE.3/2016/4/REV.1&Lang=R
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