UEBT’s Maria Julia Oliva has authored an article recently published in the leading medicinal plants and natural products journal Planta Medica.
The article, entitled ‘Sharing the Benefits of Biodiversity: A New International Protocol and its Implications for Research and Development’ was published in the July 2011 edition of the journal (Issue 11, Volume 77). The article describes some of the implications of the Nagoya Protocol, adopted in October 2010, for biodiversity based research and development.
The article can be accessed via the publishers of Planta Medica. More information can be found here.