Actions to Enable an Equitable and Innovative U.S. Bioeconomy
Publication Date: May 2022
The fourth industrial revolution will likely be fueled by operationalizing biomanufacturing and engineering biology. Critical to realizing the benefits of these opportunities will be a diverse workforce and ensuring that the benefits of biotechnology will be equitably dispersed across the United States. In this policy paper, Albert Hinman discusses workforce development, resource cultivation, and open science opportunities for a more inclusive and equitable bioeconomy.
Citation: Albert W. Hinman and Douglas C. Friedman. Actions to Enable an Equitable and Innovative U.S. Bioeconomy. Engineering Biology Research Consortium. 2022. https://doi.org/10.5072/FK2K64KS62
Keywords: biomanufacturing, equity, inclusion, innovation, infrastructure, open science
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