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Microb Microbial Tech 1 1: This is an Open Access article Accepted Date: Abstract MIRRI, the Microbial Resource Research Infrastructure, is a pan-European project that supports research and development in academia and industry by improving access to microbial resources.
There is a disadvantage for the mBRCs too, because, due to the lack of coordination of policy and practice, financial resources are wasted in duplication of biological material and of human efforts. As a result researchers and technical staff are slowed down in their attempts to provide optimal service to embrc business plan user community.
Put more dramatically and in a global way: This situation clearly impedes the research and development across Europe. MIRRI will address the challenge of access to microbial diversity and its potential embrc business plan providing a single virtual portal facilitating access to microbial resources, the related data as well as expertise, thereby accelerating discovery and fostering innovation in the field of biotechnology.
A shift in mind-set is more than overdue. Microorganisms are dwarfs in size, but giants in numbers.
Despite their proven global significance for the survival of life on our planet, a major The current landscape of culture collections and mBRCs across Europe fraction of their potential is still unused.
Redundant holdings of number of species have been described to date on the other hand resources occupy the space necessary for newly isolated strains, existing only a small amount of resources, mainly type and reference strains, used associated data are spread and not interoperable and the valuable in publications are publicly available [2,3].
Most of the microorganisms expertise within the collections is often not obvious to the user clientele. This will enable the Infrastructure. MIRRI was placed on the European Strategy Forum on users to rapidly and easily access information about resource availability, Infrastructure ESFRI roadmap in , belonging to the third generation existing associated data, offered services and location of expertise and of EU-funded infrastructures.
With its focus on microbial resources — more importantly — by searching through one gateway. Serving researchers in white, blue, green and red the access to other infrastructures for the MIRRI user community and help biotechnology sectors, MIRRI bridges to other research infrastructures to provide solutions to questions outside the field of microbial resources.
During the current Preparatory Phase solutions will be provided for microbiological problems. In addition, high- 16 Partner and 20 Collaborating Parties from 19 countries throughout quality training and education programs are under development.
These Europe are developing strategies for the infrastructure. Realisation of these courses will be targeted to researchers of all levels, offering valuable strategies will start with the beginning of the Implementation Phase in As there are redundancies and industry.
This European coordinated infrastructure can serve as a in holdings, some smaller collections do not have an online catalogue, existing nucleus for linking with other emerging research infrastructures, for associated data to microbial resources are scattered and the full package of example the U.
Time consuming internet searches are only partially successful in finding out where the microbe needed for study can be obtained, what kind The MIRRI infrastructure will be built around a central core established of associated data are available and where the expertise i.
Each National Node MIRRI is currently developing strategies to overcome this situation see can then act as a hub for the national network of culture collections or Figure 1. It is also envisaged to integrate elements mBRC.European research infrastructure ESFRI - European Strategy Forum on Research Infrastructures ESFRI, the European Strategy Forum on Research Infrastructures, is a strategic instrument to develop the scientific integration of Europe and to strengthen its international outreach.
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• Draft Business Plan* • First Iteration Business Case • Defining a MoU • First outline of Governance Structure • Revised Financial Plan • SC decision on Legal Structure (ERIC) • Reflection on the Central Coordinating Unit • Approaching national governing bodies • Outlining membership criteria • Organizing national networks.