Applications are open till Feb 15th The European Advanced Studies Course on Microbial Resource Centres (EuroMiRC) aims to create a new generation of highly qualified professionals that will work in microbial Culture Collections (CC) or the more advanced concept of Microbial Resource Centres (mBRCs). The prepared 30 ECTS curricular program is designed to give science professionals the skills and knowledge they need to take on greater responsibilities in the management of microbial resources. Students who successfully complete the 30 ECTS program are awarded a Diploma in Advanced Studies on Microbial Resources Centres issued by University of Minho (Braga, Portugal). The teaching body of this Advanced Studies Course assembles a critical mass of microbiologists with long and […]
Modality of accessess includes: The TNA programme provides three means of access: physical, remote, and virtual access. Physical access can be defined as the hands-on access of any user, i.e., the users physically visit the Access Provider and use its laboratories and equipment. Virtual access can be defined as any access through communication networks in which resources can be simultaneously accessed by an unlimited number of users. This is the typical case of the access to data and on-line applications. Remote access can be defined as the non-physical access to the services of the Access Provider. There are two types of remote access: Set of experiments carried out at the Access Provider’s location, […]
The TNA program aims to support financially and logistically the access (physical, remote and virtual) of external users to the research facilities of IS_MIRRI21 partners throughout Europe to carry out their research projects. All information here .
POSITION Name: CPI-21-605Group: ASubgroup: A1Category: Senior Research TechnicianProject: «Implementation and sustainability of Microbial Resource Research Infrastructure for the 21st Century (IS_MIRRI21). CPI-21-605»Research Project Manager: Rosa Aznar Novella CALL DOGV Publication Date: 10-01-2022DOGV Publication URLNo. of posts announced: 1 APPLICATION FORMS Submission deadline: January 11-24, 2022.Electronic application
Braga (Portugal), 07 December 2021 – The Microbial Resource Research Infrastructure (MIRRI), a panEuropean research infrastructure that brings together over 50 scientific institutions, from 11 countries, has been awarded with the “Landmark” status on the European Strategy Forum on Research Infrastructures (ESFRI) Roadmap 2021, which lists leading European research infrastructures in several scientific domains.MIRRI has integrated the ESFRI Roadmap since 2010, holding the “Project” status, and presently being placed on its “Health & Food” domain. As other research infrastructures, MIRRI experienced a period of incubation for advancing its implementation and reaching the operational phase. The results of this work have now been on the basis for ESFRI’s decision to award […]
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