On 08 June 2021, MIRRI was honoured with the visit of a delegation of Economic Advisers and other elements from the European Commission. The visit, taking place at the University of Minho (Braga, Portugal), where MIRRI has its headquarters, has occurred on the framework of the Portuguese Presidency of the Council of the European Union, and has been coordinated by the Directorate-General for Economic Activities (DGAE) and the Portuguese Permanent Representation to the European Union (REPER). MIRRI had the chance to share with the visitors an overview of its mission, organization and activities, as well as to present its Strategic Research & Innovation Agenda 2021-2030.
The Microbial Resource Research Infrastructure (MIRRI) is pleased to inform that recently, and after 3 months of continuous and intense dissemination, has successfully completed its 1st call for Transnational Access (TNA) under the IS_MIRRI21 project. Applications have been received from Europe, Africa and Latin America, covering fields as diverse as biotechnology, bioeconomy, pharmacology, agri-food and environmental conservation.
The process is now proceeding with the evaluation phase, where external experts review the submissions and select the most suitable ones to have funded access to develop their projects at the IS_MIRRI21 partners’ facilities. The awarded submissions will be announced on the 4th of June on the IS_MIRRI21 TNA page and the access to the facilities will be granted from July 2021.
The unprecedented health crisis the world is living nowadays has made a lasting impact on research and the mobility of scientists. Notwithstanding, MIRRI and the IS_MIRRI21 project partners are always committed to guarantee, as much as possible, the access to its facilities and resources and keep supporting the development of meritorious research and innovation projects.
MIRRI and the IS_MIRRI21 project partners deeply appreciate the interest and the participation of all the applicants on this 1st Transnational Access call!Publisher: Institut Pasteur