Welcome to ERA-MarineBiotech

Funded under the FP7 ERA-NET scheme, ERA-MarineBiotech is a consortium of national funding bodies seeking complementarities between national activities to pool resources to undertake joint funding of transnational projects in the area of Marine Biotechnology.
Cooperation between the funding bodies has been initiated during the FP7 supported ERA-NET Preparatory Action in Marine Biotechnology
(CSA MarineBiotech).

This website pools information on both FP7 projects and offers simultaneously a forum for the exchange of information between a broad network of academics, industry researchers and specialists with interests in marine biotechnology.
Ultimately this should raise the profile of European marine biotechnology research and lead to a self-sustainable and long lasting network in the area of marine biotechnology.

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ERA-MarineBiotech News

Dec-12-14

Through the first joint call entitled “The development of biorefinery processes for marine biomaterials”, the Marine Biotechnology ERA-NET (ERA-MBT) has a total budget of more than € 8 million to support transnational research projects...

Nov-25-14

The Marine Biotechnology ERA-NET (ERA-MBT) held the first stakeholder meeting in Lisbon, Portugal, on the 28th and 29th October, 2014. The mix of industry, funding agencies, policy makers/advisors and research delegates at...

Other News

Dec-17-14

The European Commission (DG MARE) has published the "Study in support of impact assessment work on Blue Biotechnology", co-developed...

Dec-01-14

Innovation Norway and the UK’s Technology Strategy Board have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the intention of developing a partnership in the areas of industrial biotechnology and biorefining. Both countries have expertise and...

Project Announcements

Oct-28-14

The ERA-MarineBiotech is pleased to distribute the first newsletter, containing project information and other relevant information about marine biotechnology in Europe.

Other Announcements

Nov-19-14

Europe’s appetite builds for developing products and technologies from the ocean. Find out more in an article published by the Chemical and Engineering News magazine.