INBio


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INBioInstituto Nacional de Biodiversidad (National Biodiversity Institute, Costa Rica)
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GAMEZ, Rodrigo y Sittenfeld, Ana, Biodiversity Prospectig by INBio, Biodiversity Prospecting: Using Genetic Resources for Sustainable Development, trad.
As part of the transaction, Abingworth partner Tim Haines and Inbio investment manager Dmitry Kobyzev have been granted seats on the target's board, Proteon, which caters to patients with kidney and vascular diseases, said.
Se les expone el proyecto y el resultado fue sorpresivo: INBio propone no limitar la relacion a unicamente una asesoria puntual, sino, formalizar una especie de colaboracion de largo plazo.
Quesada, L-N- 287800, 427600 (INBIO); 6 [female] 3 [male] Provincia Heredia, Vara Blanca, Finca Georgina, IX-1989, Hanson, 2100 m; Provincia Heredia, Santo Domingo, Santa Rosa, INBIO parque, 1-XI-2004, R.
Instituciones como el INBio, el IICA, el CATIE, la EARTH, la ECAG, y los distintos centros e institutos de investigacion de las universidades publicas han venido haciendo contribuciones significativas en la gestion, innovacion y aplicacion de tecnologias mas apropiadas y amigables con la naturaleza.
KEY WORDS: BIOGENETICS RESOURCES * INDIGENOUS COMMUNITIES * FARMERS COMMUNITIES * ECOLOGY * MERCANTILISM * INBIO
INBio has so far signed 11 international agreements on behalf of the Costa Rica government.
Inbio was set up in 1989 as a non-governmental non-profit institute to increase awareness of Costa Rica's fauna and flora.
One of the first bioprospecting groups that attempted to implement the goals and guidelines of the CBD was a collaboration between the pharmaceutical firm Merck & Company and Costa Rica's Instituto Nacional de Biodiversidad (INBio), a private, nonprofit conservation and research group, INBio agreed to provide Merck with a limited number of plants, fungi, and other samples from Costa Rica's protected areas for scientific and commercial evaluation.
En Costa Rica, los colaboradores de INBio con Diversa recogen organismos de aguas termales y escapes naturales de vapor.
In Costa Rica, Diversa's INBio collaborators collect organisms from thermal spots like hot springs, mud pots and steam vents.
In addition, the company will make a royalty payment to INBio from commercial sales of products developed (Sedjo and Simpson 1995, 175).