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Description/Comment: SAP Banking; Treasury; SAP OperationsExecute and manage bank account openings/services required for In-House Bank (IHB) region, primary owner for specific IHB region and provide secondary support for other IHB regionsSupport the integration of bank service components required for SAP (i.e. bank file exchanges, cash management services required from each bank account)Analyze and monitor new bank fees associated with IHB for all bank accountDevelop and maintain bank account mappings by country.Ensure deployment of funding mechanisms are aligned with intercompany agreementsAssist with managing weekly discussions with IHB banks, cross functional /internal Treasury teamsAdditional Job Details:

 

 

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Re: [DIYbio] Re: Were the DIY CRISPR kits contaminated?

On Tuesday, December 26, 2017 at 9:01:47 AM UTC-5, Wolfgang Nellen wrote:

Did you get any response from the Germans yet?
Concerning communication: is there anything like a Facebook site where all communities could talk to each other and discuss issues like the kit? I guess the authorities do not have a clue where the DIY communities are!


Hi,

        There are some. Try https://www.facebook.com/groups/diybio/ and https://www.facebook.com/groups/769326966539324/ . This might be relevant too: https://www.facebook.com/groups/biohackacademy/ 

        Also, if you are into fungi these might be sort of relevant: https://www.facebook.com/groups/FungalSequencing/ & https://www.facebook.com/groups/fungalmaterials/

        There are many other possible matches.

August


 
On 22 Dec 2017 20:00, "Vanessa lorenzo toquero" <vloren...@gmail.com> wrote:
Hi,

I introduce myself. Vanessa Lorenzo from Hackuarium biohackerspace in Renens, Switzerland, co-leading it together with Rachel Aronoff and the board,

Just to inform that we had a kit from the Odin at the lab. We decided to get in contact with the German authorities who suggested that our kit might also be contaminated. We sent them the kit.

We also got better informed on how our community could contribute
better to the DIY Bio movement. A more dynamic dialogue between the authorities and the affected peers of the DIY Bio movement would had been more desirable but we are now navigating between different landscapes with different time scales and communication protocols. We should push for a better more transparent ones, and of course our door is literally transparent and always open on Wednesdays or on appointment (basically cause we are volunteers and have side jobs or even lives!). Having a constructive and responsible attitude towards the issues we face could help shaping the science we dream of.

Best regards

Vanessa

El viernes, 22 de diciembre de 2017, 9:52:09 (UTC+1), Jonathan Ferooz escribió:
Nathan I think you are wrong, in Belgium we are very interested to collaborate with other groups (and I'm sure in other EU countries too). But in contrast with some other groups we are a small group with no funding.
What do you think we can do?
We are pushing, at our level, to show what is the DIYbio and hope that we'll can adapt our laws to facilitate the DIYbio.
In europe just have the right to put GFP in a genome it's a fight with the authorities.
If other groups want to collaborate with us in Belgium, we are open.
We are not making the show on TV, Nature or other, but yes, we are there.

Le jeudi 21 décembre 2017 23:20:55 UTC+1, Nathan McCorkle a écrit :




I am surprised this has got any more attention, given the lack of response the EU biohackers have provided here on this mailing list. It gives the impression that EU biohackers are not interested in collaboration, and are making noise for some self-serving goals. This behavior only makes me wary of EU biohackers. Very sad.


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