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EFSA: Risk assessment of New GE plants necessary even if no additional genes are inserted

European Food Safety Authority presents new report

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The European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) has published another report on the risk assessment of plants developed with new genetic engineering (New GE). Testbiotech has published its comments on the report.

The EFSA report includes plants generated using gene scissor CRISPR/Cas applications where no new additional genes are inserted (so-called SDN-1 applications). Testbiotech comments that the EFSA report shows that detailed risk assessment must be carried out even if no additional genes are inserted. The report is the outcome of a consultation which included Testbiotech.

https://www.gmwatch.org/en/news/latest-news/19705-efsa-risk-assessment-of-new-ge-plants-necessary-even-if-no-additional-genes-are-inserted

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‘Toby’ 11 mth old pug x beagle aka… – Molly Moos Westie Rescue Ireland | Facebook

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‘Toby’ 11 mth old pug x beagle aka “Puggle”is settling into his foster home. Unfortunately Toby was involved in a car accident which has left him blind, 🥲 sweetest well behaved guy, loves other dogs. Will be available for rehoming after further assessment.
🔹 will need a home with another patient dog to help him
🔹 no small kids due to his blindness

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Call for Submissions: Heritage Themed Mural at Lock Quay
Closing date: Friday 12th March 2021

Limerick City and County Council has chosen the Canal Harbour at Lock Quay for consolidation and restoration as part of its participation in the Military, Maritime, Industrial Atlantic Heritage (MMIAH) Project. The main objective of this project is to recover and rehabilitate abandoned, Military, Maritime and Industrial Heritage sites for tourism use and for the benefit of local communities.

A key element of this project will be the installation of a suitably themed mural at a prominent location at the entrance to the canal walkway. The proposed mural at the Canal Harbour at Lock Quay, will be sympathetically designed and enhance the public realm of the area. Its design should take inspiration from the rich maritime and industrial past of the Canal Harbour area. The mural should also reflect the ethos of the MMIAH Project in enhancing people’s knowledge and appreciation of the physical and cultural heritage of the area.

Timeline:
The timeline for the completion of the mural is the end of the calendar month of April 2021.

Budget:
There is a total budget of €4,000 allocated to the installation of the mural at Lock Quay. This includes the cost of materials and paint as well as the artists’ fee for the completion of the mural.

Materials, such as spray-paint, primer, and necessary ancillary art supplies will be provided by Limerick City and County Council upon the approval of the mural design.

Submissions:
Proposals for the mural are to be submitted to the Tourism, Culture & Arts Department of Limerick City and County Council by Friday 12th March 2021. The submission should also be accompanied by a recent CV.

For more information about the project brief and requirements for submission see: https://www.limerick.ie/council/services/community-and-leisure/culture-and-arts/funding-schemes-and-bursaries/mmiah-project

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#空手#空手道#日本空手松涛連盟#松涛連盟#武道#生涯空手#松濤館#松濤館流#組手#型#ヒロタ#伝統空手#カンボジア
#karate#jks#shotokan#shotokankarate#kumite#kata#hirota#karategi#Cambodia#japankarateshotofederation

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How do I find out who my TD is? Look… – Hyperemesis Ireland | Facebook

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How do I find out who my TD is? Look them up by constituency here https://www.oireachtas.ie/en/members/ or check www.whoismytd.com (though they are updating the database for some areas).

You can contact the Minister for Health at Ministersoffice@health.gov.ie

#HG2costly

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Call for Submissions: Heritage Themed Mural at Lock Quay
Closing date: Friday 12th March 2021

Limerick City and County Council has chosen the Canal Harbour at Lock Quay for consolidation and restoration as part of its participation in the Military, Maritime, Industrial Atlantic Heritage (MMIAH) Project. The main objective of this project is to recover and rehabilitate abandoned, Military, Maritime and Industrial Heritage sites for tourism use and for the benefit of local communities.

A key element of this project will be the installation of a suitably themed mural at a prominent location at the entrance to the canal walkway. The proposed mural at the Canal Harbour at Lock Quay, will be sympathetically designed and enhance the public realm of the area. Its design should take inspiration from the rich maritime and industrial past of the Canal Harbour area. The mural should also reflect the ethos of the MMIAH Project in enhancing people’s knowledge and appreciation of the physical and cultural heritage of the area.

Timeline:
The timeline for the completion of the mural is the end of the calendar month of April 2021.

Budget:
There is a total budget of €4,000 allocated to the installation of the mural at Lock Quay. This includes the cost of materials and paint as well as the artists’ fee for the completion of the mural.

Materials, such as spray-paint, primer, and necessary ancillary art supplies will be provided by Limerick City and County Council upon the approval of the mural design.

Submissions:
Proposals for the mural are to be submitted to the Tourism, Culture & Arts Department of Limerick City and County Council by Friday 12th March 2021. The submission should also be accompanied by a recent CV.

For more information about the project brief and requirements for submission see: https://www.limerick.ie/council/services/community-and-leisure/culture-and-arts/funding-schemes-and-bursaries/mmiah-project

Limerick.ie Mmiah Europe

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