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The Role of Transformation in Biology Science and Education for Supporting Sustainable Development Goals

Version 1 : Received: 22 April 2019 / Approved: 23 April 2019 / Online: 23 April 2019 (10:59:39 CEST)

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Today in times of increasing inequality, climate change, and major social challenges, education is the best way to equip citizens, scholars and leaders to implement meaningful change and prevent future crises. Biologi education and science will solve these problems to supporting sustainable development goals especially in soil remediation, clean water, education quality and clean and affordable energy. This paper will describe how biological education could solve these problems. New biology can solve the problem about hunger use biotech, use synthetic biological material to find new advance material. New biology could driving intersectorial, interdisciplinary and international connectivity, and the leveraging of existing investments in synthetic biology, materials science, allied science and technology areas, are the major challenges in delivering the Materials from Biology vision.


biology education; sustaiable development goals; new biology; biology science


Biology and Life Sciences, Biology and Biotechnology

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