Code of Conduct Biotechnology

Additional knowledge useful when working in marine biotechnology field
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Code of Conduct Biotechnology
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228 students
Define the main features and organisations of the International Maritime Law
Define the Maritime Zones
Know why and when patent is needed
Know the main paths of patentability


  • No prerequisites are required

This course Code of conduct will give additional knowledge for students that could be useful when working in marine biotechnology field. The Regulation module gives short overview on main regulations and organizations dealing with the International Maritime Law. The Bioethics module gives overview about bioethics field in science and gives focus in marine biotechnology ethics. The Intellectual property module includes main aspects of industrial intellectual property and copyright. The main guidelines of patentability and commercialization of the invention are given.  The short quiz after each module will consolidate the basic knowledge needed for studying biotechnology.

Who this course is for:
  • Entrepreneurs looking for new opportunities in marine biotechnology
  • Students in biology, technology, engineering and marine science
  • Those interested in marine biotech
Course content
3 sections • 5 lectures • 1h 7m total length
  • Regulations
  • Test of Module 1
    10 questions
  • Bioethics
  • Test of Module 2
    7 questions
  • Introduction to the Intellectual Property
  • Test of Lesson 3
    4 questions
  • Patents and Patentability
  • Test of Lesson 4
    3 questions
  • Industrial Intellectual Property Types
  • Test of Lesson 5
    5 questions
  • Test of Module 3
    10 questions

Interreg South Baltic Programme FOCUS project consortium
SB FOCUS project
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  • 5,308 Students
  • 10 Courses

The project involves five partners from Lithuania (2), Sweden (1), Poland (1) and Denmark (1). The partnership is composed of the universities and a business college. The partners are supported by associated partners (biotechnology association, association of distance and e-learning as well as tourist information organisations). The project is led by the Klaipeda University from Lithuania.

The overall idea of the project is to enable the exchange of knowledge and transfer of good practice from R&D sector to practitioners in marine biotechnology, marine/coastal tourism sectors as well as to students searching for education in a given field.