Posts tagged with ‘marine biotech cluster’

  • Building biotech base: Group creating marine research institute in Gloucester, MA

    For the past two years, the Gloucester Marine Genomics Institute’s public profile has been little more than a relatively discreet office space off the beaten path, tucked into the side of Cruiseport Gloucester. That seems about to change in a substantial way in the coming months. Founded in 2013 by three internationally regarded genomic scientist-entrepreneurs and local business executive Sheree […]
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  • India-France Sign MoU to establish a Marine Biology Institute

    a(MOU) was signed in the presence of Prime Ministers of India and France during a recent visit Shri Narendra Modi to France, for establishing an Institute for frontier Marine Science & Technology Research in the five years. Under the MOU India?s Department of Biotechnology would join hands with the Université Pierre Et Marie Curie (UPMC) and the Centre National de […]
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  • Marine Biotechnology ERA-NET Stakeholder Meeting: 28th – 29th October 2014 PORTUGAL

    The first Stakeholder meeting of the Marine Biotechnology ERA-NET (ERA-MBT) is a chance to influence the future of the ERA-MBT as it seeks to expand and reinforce the network of researchers, industry, policy makers and funding agencies to support the development of European marine biotechnology.  This interactive event is open to scientists, companies, policy makers/advisors and other key individuals involved in or interested […]
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  • Launch of Masterplan Marine Biotechnology for Schleswig-Holstein / Germany

    The northern German federal state Schleswig-Holstein is known as “land between the seas”. Already in 2004 its government launched the initiative “Sea Our Future” to pool and promote maritime issues. Schleswig-Holstein’s economy is closely linked to the North and the Baltic Sea. Marine Biotechnology as a future key technology is an integral part of it. Within the SUBMARINER project, Norgenta is […]
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  • Marine Biotechnology in the European Research: Challenges and Opportunities for Europe

    The final conference of the CSA MARINEBIOTECH project will bring together scientists, industry representatives, policy makers/advisors and other key stakeholders involved or interested in Marine Biotechnology research in Europe, to -          Provide insight in some of the most important recent and ongoing Marine Biotechnology research, coordination and policy projects and initiatives, including the CSA MARINEBIOTECH project, and look forward towards a future MARINEBIOTECH […]
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  • Initial phase of new marine science park completed in Argyll

    The first phase of a new multi-million pound marine science park in Argyll has been completed. The new development will support business is Scotland’s growing life sciences and energy sectors and will potentially support up to 125 jobs Dunstaffnage site already a globally recognised centre of excellence for marine science The state of the art building at Dunstaffnage, near Oban, […]
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  • Economic outlook in North Carolina focuses on marine biotech

    The sea is offering the Wilmington area another path to prosperity as research and the business of marine biotechnology prepare to grow here. It’s “an industry that’s waiting to happen,” said Randall Johnson, director of the N.C. Biotechnology Center’s southeastern office. And a new umbrella organization – the Marine Biotechnologies Center of Innovation – hopes to serve as a catalyst for […]
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  • BIOPROSP ’13 Conference Registration Now Open

    The 6th BIOPROSP Conference A biennial International Conference on Marine Bioprospecting from cold marine environment. To be held in the world’s northernmost University City in February 20th – 22nd in Tromsø, Norway. Conference objective: BIOPROSP_13 will focus on the challenges and possibilities related to industrial applications of marine bioactive compounds Target group: Biotech and pharmaceutical industry, scientists, medicine, cosmetics, public […]
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  • Taoiseach Launches Plan to Double Ireland’s Ocean Wealth

    The Taoiseach Enda Kenny, TD, recently launched a Government plan to double the value of Ireland’s ocean wealth to 2.4% of GDP by 2030 and increase the turnover from our ocean economy to exceed €6.4bn by 2020. The report,‘Harnessing Our Ocean Wealth – An Integrated Marine Plan for Ireland’ was launched at the Marine Institute, Galway. The plan presents a […]
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  • Norway’s MareLife issues summer newsletter summarizing recent marine biotech-related activities and projects

    Marelife, the independent science-based marine innovation network, has reinforced its staff and put in operation R&D projects initiated by experienced working groups covering key areas in marine innovation. Read their new summer newsletter which sums up the Marelife activities Winter and Spring 2012. More info
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