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The European Marine Biological Resource Centre

EMBRC is a global reference Research Infrastructure responding to the societal Grand Challenges through advanced marine biology and ecology research.

The EMBRC-ERIC is a pan-European Research Infrastructure for marine biology and ecology research. With its services, it aims to answer fundamental questions regarding the health of oceanic ecosystems in a changing environment, enable new technologies to further our investigation capabilities, support life-science breakthrough discoveries with the use of marine biological models, and continue long-term marine monitoring efforts. EMBRC-ERIC is a driver in the development of blue biotechnologies, supporting both fundamental and applied research activities for sustainable solutions in the food, health and environmental sectors.

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Training course on Liquid Chromatography and Mass Spectrometry at CCMAR

An Assemble PLus Knowledge Exchange and Training course on LIQUID CHROMATOGRAPHY AND MASS SPECTROMETRY METHODS IN MARINE SCIENCES will take place on 28-30 October 2019, in FARO (CCMAR).
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Opportunity for Research on Sharks in South Africa

The Shark & Marine Research Institute is currently recruiting volunteers to be involved in groundbreaking marine research for 2019 & 2020!

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The Executive Masters in Management of Research Infrastructures is an international management development Programme tailored to the specific needs of Research Infrastructures. This Programme is designed to give experienced science professionals the skills and knowledge they need to take on greater managerial responsibilities. Take the opportunity to improve your managerial skills.
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BLUE GROWTH SUMMER SCHOOL at UGent Campus Ostend in Belgium

For Master or PhD students passionate about the sea.

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