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Biological Resource Centers

Knowledge Hubs for the Life Sciences
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Brookings Institution Press
Biology, Life Sciences, Public Policy - Economic Policy, Business / Economics / Finance, Business & Economics, Business/Economics, Accounting - Governmental, Economics - General, Academies and Institutes, Biological resource centers, Biomedical Res
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ISBN 100815781490
ISBN 139780815781493

This book provides a systematic economic assessment of the impact of biological resource centers through their role in facilitating cumulative knowledge in the life sciences and building on their Author: Scott Stern. This book provides a systematic economic assessment of the impact of biological resource centers through their role in facilitating cumulative knowledge in the life sciences and building on their roles as knowledge hubs—institutions that facilitate the transfer of scientific and technical knowledge among members of a research by: This book provides a systematic economic assessment of the impact of biological resource centers through their role in facilitating cumulative knowledge in the life sciences and building on their roles as knowledge hubs institutions that facilitate the transfer of scientific and technical knowledge among members of a research by: Biological Resource Centers: Knowledge Hubs for the Life Sciences Scott Stern Biological resource centres (BRCs) collect, certify and distribute organisms for use in research and in the development of commerical products in the pharmaceutical, agricultural and biotechnology industries.

Get this from a library. Biological resource centers: knowledge hubs for the life sciences. [Scott Stern] -- Biological resource centres (BRCs) collect, certify and distribute organisms for use in research and in the development of commercial products.

This text looks at the impact of BRCs through their. This book provides a systematic economic assessment of the impact of biological resource centers through their role in facilitating cumulative knowledge in the life sciences and building on their roles as knowledge hubs--institutions that facilitate the transfer of scientific and technical knowledge among members of a research community.

This book examines the history and explores the impact of biological resource centers, the world’s “living libraries.” These biological resource centers collect, store, and distribute varied biological materials—including cell lines, microorganisms, recombinant DNA material, media, and reagents—and provide the information technology tools that allow researchers to access the.

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This body of unexplored diversity represents an untapped source of useful strains and derived products. However, a modicum of phenotypic data is available.

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Biological resource centers (BRCs) are institutions that store and maintain the subject materials of biological research, and provide services related to these materials.

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