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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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2020.03.23 to 2020.03.24

RI-VIS Africa-Europe Symposium

The RI-VIS Africa-Europe Symposium will be held on Monday, March 23rd and Tuesday, March 24th, 2020, in the Wolfson pavilion and foyer on the Health Sciences Campus of the University of Cape Town.
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2019.11.15

EMBRC-NO is running!

The Norwegian node – EMBRC-NO – of the European Marine Biological Resource Centre (EMBRC) started officially on 4 September Bergen.

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2019.11.15

Associate Professor in Marine Microbial Biotechnology and Bioprospecting, UiT, Norway

UiT - The Arctic University of Norway (UiT) has an Associate Professor position available within Marine Microbial Biotechnology and Bioprospecting, hosted by the Department of Norwegian College of Fishery Science (NCFS) and affiliated to CANS (CANS). The position is located to the Marine Bioprospecting research group. We offer a competitive start- up package to the successful applicant.
Job posted by Sidonie, Gras | | Headquarters
2019.11.15

Research Fellow (Structural / Chemical Biology), Medicine, Medical Sciences & Nutrition at the University of Aberdeen

This post is based in the Institute of Medical Sciences at the University of Aberdeen. The successful applicant will join a group led by Dr Wael Houssen focused on developing enzymatic tools to generate bioactive cell-permeable peptides.

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