Create immunotherapy treatments for cancer

Immunotherapy has a long history of use against cancer: in the 1890’s bacteria was injected into a tumour in an attempt to encourage a response by the immune system against the cancer.

Reduce the depletion of small fish in our oceans

Our ocean’s resources are limited, and the world’s growing population cannot continue to take fish from the seas indefinitely.

What if we used algae to make biofuel?

Adjusting a specific algae gene with genome editing, enabling the algae to be a feedstock for biofuels.

Create ‘living drugs’ that treat cancer

Treatment for certain cancers has taken a huge leap forward thanks to new “living drugs”, created through biotechnology.

What if we could heal sick blood cells

When “adult” blood causes illnesses, rejuvenating blood cells might be a remedy

What if we could find new tools in the fight against cancer

There are many types of cancer and many causes that lead to cancer, making the science of finding anti cancer drugs a challenge.

Inter-association letter to the European Commission and Member States


What if we could transform wood into food preservatives?

Converting plant biomass into high-value chemicals with the help of improved microorganisms.

What if we could prevent childhood blindness

Genome editing dysfunctional cells in the eye could be a cure for one type of childhood blindness.
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