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The CORBEL project ( launched a short survey about the expectations and needs of researchers using European research infrastructures. Please provide us with your feedback!

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MIRRI NEWS | Issue 7 online!
Read the latest project news, discover microbial highlights from our partners and much more...

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Curious about the structural and legal organisation of the future MIRRI? Interested in becoming a partner? Check out the relevant documents

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MIRRI NEWS | Issue 6 online!
Check out the latest news from the Microbial Resource Research Infrastructure...

Happy New Year 2016!
We hope you enjoyed the X-Mas break ;O)

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The latest MIRRI publication "Strength through Coordination" focuses on the added value of an coordinated offer from microbial resource centres. Check it out!

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MIRRI NEWS | Issue 5 available - check it out to learn about the latest updates on our research infrastructure!

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MIRRI in the Il Bioeconomista
Interview with C. Varese about the potential of marine biomass as well as MIRRI and its vision and mission. Check it out!

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MIRRI NEWS | Issue 4 online - The current MIRRI newsletter provides updates on the progress of the establishment of the Microbial Resource Research Infrastructure.
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Reminder: Workshop on Nagoya Protocol @FEMS 2015
Special Event @ FEMS2015: The Nagoya Protocol on biological diversity and is impact on microbiology
This workshop, taking place June 9, 2015, is organized by the European Culture Collections’ Organisation (ECCO) and the Microbial Resource Research Infrastructure (MIRRI).
The workshop will present, analyze and discuss key aspects of the EU Regulation and the draft Implementation Act. A particular focus of the workshop session will be on their impact on research and development activities and their possible implication on Bioeconomy and the preservation of Biodiversity. The legal aspects of sovereign and intellectual property, the transactions associated with the use of biological material in scientific research as well as in early stages of commercial research and development and the governmental control and monitoring mechanisms of the complex regulatory ABS regime in the EU will be introduced. The European ESFRI project MIRRI offers experts to assist microbiologists in Europe and around the world to cope with global and EU based ABS regulation by advising best practices and implementation strategies for an institutional ABS policy. The MIRRI experts introduce the various legal instruments, offer approaches for an appropriate implementation and show the threshold of legal compliance and obstruction of the use of genetic resources and the development of innovative products.
For details please visit the FEMS congress website.
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