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Appendix C List of Webinars Requests for public access to webinar presentations and written materials submitted to the committee may be submitted through the National Academies Projects and Activities Repository. WEBINARS 1. A Philosophical Perspective on Biological Collections (February 15, 2019) â¢ Rachel A. Ankeny, The University of Adelaide, Australia â¢ Sabina Leonelli, University of Exeter, United Kingdom 2. Exploring the Application of Blockchain to Natural History Collections Data (May 16, 2019) â¢ Nelson Rios, Yale University 3. CSIROâs National Biological Collections as 21st Century Research Infrastructure (May 24, 2019) â¢ Andrew Young, National Research Collections Australia 4. Opportunities and Challenges to Expanding Access to Collections: Cultural and Legal Perspectives (July 3, 2019) â¢ Todd Kuiken, North Carolina State UniversityââBroad Perspectives on the Access and Benefit-Sharing and Propertization of Genetic Resourcesâ â¢ Margo Bagley, Emory University School of LawââThe Nagoya Protocol and Digital Sequence Information (DSI) on Genetic Resources: Emerging Issuesâ â¢ Christina Agapakis, Gingko BioworksââExploring Extinct Biodiversity: Using Synthetic Biology to Revive a Lost Scentâ 5. The Costs and Value of Federal Scientific Collections (July 9, 2019) â¢ Keith Crane, Science and Technology Policy Institute â¢ Lauren Bartels, Science and Technology Policy Institute â¢ Thomas Olszewski, Science and Technology Policy Institute 162 Prepublication Copy