European Marine Biological Resource Centre (EMBRC-ERIC)
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Preparatory phase: 2011-2014. Memorandum of Understanding came into effect Dec 2013. Implementation phase: Jan 2014-Dec 2017. Operational since 2018. Established as a legal structure in the form of a European Research Infrastructure Consortium (ERIC), 20 Feb 2018.
Deliver services to the marine community and increasing numbers of scientists who have turned to marine model organisms to investigate fundamental questions in biology; provide key facilities, equipment and services to: access and study marine ecosystems and biodiversity; develop key enabling technologies; deliver training and joint development activities for staff and users to improve access to marine biological resources and marine models.Available with paid subscription only.
Training/education; knowledge management/information dissemination; research and development; guidance/assistance/consulting; events/meetings.
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