5. DEVELOPMENT OF RUSSIAN BIOTECHNOLOGY PLATFORMS FOR NEW PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT
• Platform participants assessing inputs from state representatives and experts in a wide array of fields, including:
• Participating institutes include:
Siberian State Medical University
Lomonosov Moscow State University
Russian Technologies State Corporation
Kurchatov Institute for Atomic Energy
• Specific priority areas for the near future include:
Bioplastics and biomaterials
Transgenic plants and animals
Valorization of waste
Pulp and paper
Functional foods and feeds
SOURCE: Russian Biotechnology Association, September 2011. Updated during subsequent discussions in Moscow.
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