The Deadline for the 2nd TNA call has been extended to May 31st. Submit your proposal to get funded access to our facilities, microbial products, and services! All information and submission instructions can be found here!!
In line with the positions of the European Commission and the European Strategy Forum on Research Infrastructures, MIRRI informs its user communities that, until further notice, requests for accessing resources/services provided by MIRRI partner organisations located in the Russian Federation will not be considered. Moreover, requests submitted to MIRRI by user based in the Russian Federation or in the Republic of Belarus for accessing resources/services provided by MIRRI and/or any of its partner organisations will also not be considered.
MIRRI joins the voices of all who are calling for peace, mutual understanding and tolerance. MIRRI promotes scientific excellence beyond all national boundaries, but this is only possible in a context of peaceful cooperation banning all forms of violence.
In the framework of its Transnational Access (TNA) Programme, run under the IS_MIRRI21 project, MIRRI will be holding a webinar for researchers, startups and SMEs on why and how to apply to the 2nd TNA Call, which is open until 15 May 2022 and aims to providing free-of-charge access to a selection of high-quality microbial resources, services and facilities.
The live webinar will take place on 23 March 2022, between 11:30 and 12:30 CET. After a brief presentation outlining the goals of the IS_MIRRI21 TNA Programme, MIRRI’s Access Officer will explain everything potential applicants need to know about the call – eligibility criteria, application procedure, current TNA offer, modalities of access, etc. -, followed by a slot for Questions & Answers.
Registration in the webinar is free, yet mandatory. To register, please click here.
For information about the TNA Programme and the 2nd TNA Call, please visit MIRRI’s TNA Programme Platform here.
MIRRI is pleased to announce that it has entered a new collaboration with the British Embassy Lisbon and it has launched today the Biotech Business Mentoring Support (BBMS) Programme. Resulting from a partnership between these two organisations, and counting on the technical expertise from a UK-based consultancy firm, this pilot programme intends to provide tailored support for life science and biotechnology researchers, implementing a mentorship scheme to cover crucial research-to-market topics.
Read the full press release here.
MIRRI is pleased to announce that it will be participating in the projects “canSERV – Providing cutting edge cancer research services across Europe” and “AgroServ – Integrated services supporting a sustainable agroecological transition”, both of which have been selected for funding from the European Union’s Horizon Europe research and innovation programme.
Read the full press release here.
On 18 and 19 November 2021, MIRRI has held the webinars “Microbial resources for a green, healthy and sustainable future” and “Cutting-edge technologies for 2030 microbial Culture Collections”.
A total of 390 participants, including 30 speakers, have joined the several sessions, discussing the decade ahead on aplying microbial resources and cutting-edge technologies for research and innovation in Health & Food, Agro-Food and Environment & Energy.
Video recordings of the webinars will be available soon.
For more details about the programmes, please visit https://www.mirri.org/mirri-webinars-microbial-resources-for-a-green-healthy-and-sustainable-future-cutting-edge-technologies-for-2030-microbial-culture-collections/.
MIRRI, as a pan-European Research Infrastructure, will dedicate the decade ahead to applying microbial resources and cutting-edge technologies for research and innovation in Health & Food, Agro-Food, and Environment & Energy through its Strategic Research & Innovation Agenda (SRIA) and the capacities of its partner organisations.Continue reading
MIRRI is pleased to announce that it will take part in a new €12 million Horizon Europe funded project, BeYond-COVID (BY-COVID), through the participation of three of the member organisations of MIRRI’s Italian node.Continue reading