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Second Transnational Access call for innovative marine biotechnology research projects

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By Milthon Lujan

The EMBRIC project has launched today its second Transnational Access call for innovative marine biotechnology research projects for academic and industrial scientists in Europe and overseas. EMBRIC offers access to top-rated facilities and high-quality technologies from 21 research institutions in Europe.

EMBRIC, the European Marine Biological Research Infrastructure Cluster opens its second call for Transnational Access (TA) for maturation of research projects in marine biotechnology to access high-quality research facilities and technology platforms at five European Research Infrastructures (RIs).

Transnational Access is granted on a competitive basis to applicants from academia or industry who submit innovative projects that require visits to two Access Providers of different Research Infrastructures within the EMBRIC consortium.

The EMBRIC TA program covers the costs of max two persons per project of:

• Access to labs, Research services, and standard disposables (max 6 weeks)
• Travel (max €800/person)
• Accommodation (max €120/person-day)
• Shipping of biological material (up to €400)

For more information, visit the Transnational Access portal ( www.embric.eu/access/TA ) or contact the EMBRIC Access Officer Dr. Davide di Cioccio (davide.dicioccio@szn.it) who will be happy to answer more specific questions. The deadline for project submission is April 30.

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